Lok Ma Chau Loop converges talents to revitalise Hong Kong’s economy
Opinion

Lok Ma Chau Loop converges talents to revitalise Hong Kong’s economy

Japan and Malaysia have shed light on how Hong Kong can utilise the vast Lok Ma Chau Loop. (Photo credit: Esri China (Hong Kong) Limited)

HK 2030+: Can everyone afford to live here?
Opinion

HK 2030+: Can everyone afford to live here?

Who is going to fill this city of the future? (Photo credit: Chris Lusher)

Ethnic Minorities Firmly on the Election Manifesto
Opinion

Ethnic Minorities Firmly on the Election Manifesto

Hong Kong changes its approach to CRS in order to avoid being labelled non-compliant by the OECD & the European Union
Opinion

Hong Kong changes its approach to CRS in order to avoid being labelled non-compliant by the OECD & the European Union

(photo credit: Chris Lusher)

Timothy Peirson-Smith: An early look into Carrie Lam’s administration
Opinion

Timothy Peirson-Smith: An early look into Carrie Lam’s administration

The CE-elect now has a chance to prove that she is better than her predecessor by first picking her council members wisely.

The Next Five Years: Mission Impossible IV
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The Next Five Years: Mission Impossible IV

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Gearing up for Smart City 3.0
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Gearing up for Smart City 3.0

Our future Chief Executive has to fire up the innovation and technology development. (Photo credit: Esri China (Hong Kong) Limited)

Timothy Peirson-Smith: Behold the Hong Kong Game of Thrones
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Timothy Peirson-Smith: Behold the Hong Kong Game of Thrones

Future Education: From STEM to STEAM
Opinion

Future Education: From STEM to STEAM

STEM education may provide the backbone for a new generation of innovation, but without art it will be like a pistol without a trigger. (Photo credit: Esri…

BUDGET 2017: All is lost! Except a trillion dollar surplus
David O'Rear

BUDGET 2017: All is lost! Except a trillion dollar surplus

The constant prophecies of doom has justified the building of a massive government stash. This constant overdraw on Hongkongers pockets is mollified only by one-off…