Hong Kong internet blocked from Winnie-The-Pooh on Disney site (Update Oct 11)

Hong Kong internet blocked from Winnie-The-Pooh on Disney site (Update Oct 11)

The main character site for Winnie the Pooh is available elsewhere, but Hong Kong and some other Asia-based web surfers get directed to a 404…

The Last Cut

The Last Cut

Amid all the chaos, people try to carry on life as normal. And important milestones cannot go left un-noted, but they are not untouched by…

Canada and Britain to co-host conference on media freedom; promoted in Hong Kong

Canada and Britain to co-host conference on media freedom; promoted in Hong Kong

Canada and the United Kingdom will co-host a global conference on media freedom in London. A joint press release states the aim is to, “shine…

Protest vs extradition law goes global

Protest vs extradition law goes global

16 cities confirmed to host protests against the extradition law, targeting HK offices and Chinese embassies and consulates. Update: As of June 9, 2019, 29…

Short term rentals serve government, not just people

Lo Ming Hin is Secretary of The Sharing Economy Alliance. Here, he makes the case for how AirBnB style short term rentals serve government objectives….

Bright Hong Kong hosts author Charlotte Chu, Song of Praise for a Flower

Bright Hong Kong hosted Charlotte Chu for the first time she has spoken publicly about her new novel, ‘Song of Praise for a Flower’. A…

Angel investors converge on Istanbul for $250-billion meeting

by Baybars Altuntas, Chairman, World Business Angel Investment Forum Harbour Times is proud to support, for the second year in a row, the World Business…

London Grenfell Tower Fire Policy Reactions Lead to Anger and Preference Changes

    Pak Shuen Policy changes driving by the Grenfell Tower fire in London (UK) have implications for Hong Kongers looking at that market. Pak…

‘Never again’ guides international policy- Oxford prof on China

by Germán Muñoz, Bright Hong Kong Founder & Director Professor Rana Mitter, Director at the University of Oxford China Centre, posits China’s perception of its past…

Open Data Can Boost Vitality of the City

Open Data Can Boost Vitality of the City

Dr. Winnie Tang Honorary Professor, Department of Computer Science, The University of Hong Kong Making more government datasets available could not only boost the economy…