Future of InnoTech: Three-in-one listing of Science Park, Cyberport and ASTRI

Future of InnoTech: Three-in-one listing of Science Park, Cyberport and ASTRI

The government has already invested more than HK$100 billion in fostering technology development since establishing the Innovation and Technology Bureau five years ago. What are…

Rescue startups: government adopts more local products and services

Rescue startups: government adopts more local products and services

Commercialising innovation and technology is a means of saving local startups, says Dr Winnie Tang, adjunct professor at the University of Hong Kong. Photo courtesy…

High Court case highlights HKSTP’s intrusion into tenants’ space

High Court case highlights HKSTP’s intrusion into tenants’ space

A lawsuit against the HKSTP shows government interference may be threatening Hong Kong’s global competitiveness. Photo: Charles K Kao Auditorium – Hong Kong Science Park….

Time to invest in the Hong Kong harbour

Time to invest in the Hong Kong harbour

There is no time to waste on investing in a greener and cleaner harbour, says Richard Wesley, Museum Director of the Hong Kong Maritime Museum.

HK Experts make top picks on tech policy in 2020

HK Experts make top picks on tech policy in 2020

Tech experts make their picks on what policies they want to see Hong Kong’s government address in 2020.

Smart city strategy should be sustainable

Smart city strategy should be sustainable

Dr. Winnie Tang explains why Hong Kong should elevate its smart city strategies if it wants to compete on an international level.

Cybersecurity not a priority in Hong Kong – but it should be

Cybersecurity not a priority in Hong Kong – but it should be

It’s time for the government to be more proactive on cybersecurity in Hong Kong, tech experts say. Photo: Network Box Security Operations Centre in Hong…

Extending the Great Firewall of China would “destroy” Hong Kong – but it can be done

Extending the Great Firewall of China would “destroy” Hong Kong – but it can be done

The suggestion of implementing restrictions to HK’s Internet has many up in arms – but how easily can it be pulled off? Photo: A landscape…

Saving lives, saving time through smart city tech

Saving lives, saving time through smart city tech

Whether it’s saving lives or saving you time, GIS has got you covered. Photo: Our Hong Kong champion Tommy Chan (third right at the back)…

How public-private-government partnership heats up the innotech startup atmosphere

How public-private-government partnership heats up the innotech startup atmosphere

Dr. Winnie Tang, Honorary Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Hong Kong Hong Kong can successfully attract entrepreneurs from overseas, and has an excellent…

Smart lampposts should be equipped with accurate spatial data

Dr. Winnie Tang, Honorary Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Hong Kong We are gradually approaching the fifth generation (5G) mobile phone era,according to…

Funding alone is not enough to promote innovation and technology, says IT industry

Funding alone is not enough to promote innovation and technology, says IT industry

“We need a blueprint, not a short-term work plan,” said insiders from the IT industry in a seminar on Tuesday, held to discuss how funding…

Grand vision for tech park on northern border but many doubt benefits

Grand vision for tech park on northern border but many doubt benefits

A funding of $800 million is needed for the early-stage development of the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Innovation and Technology Park in the Lok Ma Chau Loop,…

Hong Kong needs cooperation with China to become a talent hub

Dr. Winnie Tang, Honorary Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Hong Kong  A commentary in a local newspaper by retired People’s Bank of China (PBOC) governor Zhou Xiaochuan suggests Hong…

Brainstorming our green future

Brainstorming our green future

When it comes to green building, Singapore offers yet another good example for the Hong Kong government to refer to. (Photo credit: Esri China (HK))

InnoTech Expo helps nurture young scientists

InnoTech Expo helps nurture young scientists

(Photo: There are expert forums in the InnoTech Expo 2017, including Dr. Xian-Sheng Hua, Alibaba data scientist to explore artificial intelligence; 10 Hong Kong top…

New Board should take the role of startup financing

New Board should take the role of startup financing

The proposed platform will have to be able promote the growth of the new economy as well as to facilitate startups/SMEs to be truly ‘new’….

Business sector calls for sustainable consumption

Business sector calls for sustainable consumption

The Business Environmental Council has launched its sustainable consumption programme and introduced a certification scheme, in effort to jump on the global ‘green’ bandwagon. Photo:…

A pressing need to improve quality of death in Hong Kong

A pressing need to improve quality of death in Hong Kong

To rest in peace may not be as easy as it sounds in Hong Kong. Adopting healthtech can be the first step to let more…

HealthTech innovations: The future for the Hospital Authority?

HealthTech innovations: The future for the Hospital Authority?

Despite recent medical blunders hitting the headlines, Hong Kong’s healthcare system is in fact one of the best and most efficient in the world. The…

Getting Hong Kong’s construction engine going: From a labour perspective

Getting Hong Kong’s construction engine going: From a labour perspective

Hong Kong’s suffering competitiveness will help break the deadlock on debates regarding imported labour. Attracting young talent and promoting greater use of technology are among…

Embracing innovation to boost our vitality

Embracing innovation to boost our vitality

The opportunities are there to take for those who are willing to change and adapt to innovation and technology. (Photo credit: Esri China (HK))

US Innotech companies shed light on Hong Kong Smart City initiative

US Innotech companies shed light on Hong Kong Smart City initiative

AmCham pledges to join Hong Kong’s innotech parade by bridging US-based companies and local stakeholders. (Photo: AmCham president Tara Joseph (mid) chairing the media luncheon…

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

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)

Gearing up for Smart City 3.0

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)

Future Education: From STEM to STEAM

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…

Exert the power of crowdfunding

Exert the power of crowdfunding

John Tsang’s campaign is a clear example of successful crowdfunding, but the government still has a long way to go to recognise and unleash the full…

Four-P play for a smart, competitive Hong Kong

Four-P play for a smart, competitive Hong Kong

Yokohama shows a way forward for Hong Kong.

中國製的會爆炸!統計處即日起停用MOKO「尿袋」

中國製的會爆炸!統計處即日起停用MOKO「尿袋」

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Harsh words for HK regulators on e-cigs

Harsh words for HK regulators on e-cigs

Hong Kong regulators are again panned for refusing to engage in any sort of discussion on e-cigarettes as the global vaping community meets in Warsaw…