Dozens of countries want to sign up to China's Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, despite pressure from the US. Australia and Austria are the latest to get the green light from their...
Two hundred million dollars may be a small drop in the ocean compared to trillions of dollars managed by our government. But when used wisely, the money can generate much social benefits.
Asia Television does not deserve to live. It's been airing re-runs; its news service staff are badly demoralised and many have left; it has had troubles paying employees and...
Speculators believe the time is right to swap property for stock, despite official warnings.
We see that our chief executive has been speaking about constitutional reform again.
Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying should refrain from political rhetoric and do something positive for Hong Kong.
We met at nine", "We met at eight", "I was on time", "No, you were late", "Ah yes, I remember it well." The lyrics of the song from the musical Gigi, as sung by Maurice...
The Executive Council's hasty decision last week to approve the third runway has triggered a public outcry.
As those few of you reading this at the Hong Kong Sevens today will know, tickets are extremely hard to get.
Assessments of countries’ creditworthiness can prove controversial, particularly when undertaken by rating agencies whose methodologies have been under intense scrutiny since...
China's long march towards economic expansion has gone hand in hand with urbanisation, which is a powerful engine for sustained growth. In 1950, about 13 per cent of China's citizens lived in...
I was appalled by the careless driving verdict in the death of Colin Robertson ("Driver fined in cyclist's death", March 25).
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