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24 Jul 2014

At last the HKICPA's long-running disciplinary case against former Hospital Authority chairman Anthony Wu Ting-yuk is over with the announcement yesterday of the sanctions for his professional...

Bio
Howard Winn has been with the South China Morning Post for two and half years after previous stints as business editor and deputy editor of The Standard, and business editor of Asia Times. His writing has also been published in the Far Eastern Economic Review, the Wall Street Journal, and the International Herald Tribune. He writes the Lai See column which focuses on the lighter side of business.
24 Jul 2014 - 12:59am
24 Jul 2014

The urban forest rivalling New York's Central Park that was to have graced the West Kowloon Cultural District is reduced to a series of lawns under a cost-cutting design unveiled yesterday.

Bio
Jake van der Kamp is a native of the Netherlands, a Canadian citizen, and a longtime Hong Kong resident. He started as a South China Morning Post business reporter in 1978, soon made a career change to investment analyst and returned to the newspaper in 1998 as a financial columnist.
24 Jul 2014 - 12:21am
23 Jul 2014

For the past two months, Beijing's efforts to break through the bureaucratic bottleneck blocking...

Hu Shuli is editor-in-chief of Caixin Media Company, editor-in-chief of the weekly magazine Century Weekly, executive editor-in-chief of the monthly journal China Reform and dean of the School of Communication and Design at Sun Yat-sen University. She founded CAIJING magazine, a business and finance review, in 1998.
24 Jul 2014 - 1:40am
23 Jul 2014

Logistics is a fertile field for reform that would benefit the trading economies in Asia-Pacific...

Patrick Low is vice-president of research at the Fung Global Institute
24 Jul 2014 - 1:00am
23 Jul 2014

It's really simple - if you are going to claim credit for things going well on your watch, you...

Stephen Vines is a Hong Kong based writer and journalist. He has worked in Asia for The Guardian‚ The Daily Telegraph‚ and The Independent‚ and was a consultant editor for The Asia Times.
24 Jul 2014 - 12:57am
23 Jul 2014

What's wrong with making massive donations to political parties and anti-government groups?...

Alex Lo is a senior writer at the South China Morning Post. He writes editorials and the daily “My Take” column on page 2. He also edits the weekly science and technology page in Sunday Morning Post.
23 Jul 2014 - 4:16am
23 Jul 2014

Speaking near the Berlin Wall on June 12, 1987, the late US president Ronald Reagan issued this...

Michael Chugani is a Hong Kong-born American citizen who has worked for many years as a journalist in Hong Kong, the USA and London. Aside from being a South China Morning Post columnist he also hosts ATV’s Newsline show, a radio show and writes for two Chinese-language publications. He has published a number of books on politics which contain English and Chinese versions.
23 Jul 2014 - 3:35am
23 Jul 2014

We have long moaned about illegal parking and the lack of police effort to control it.

Howard Winn has been with the South China Morning Post for two and half years after previous stints as business editor and deputy editor of The Standard, and business editor of Asia Times. His writing has also been published in the Far Eastern Economic Review, the Wall Street Journal, and the International Herald Tribune. He writes the Lai See column which focuses on the lighter side of business.
23 Jul 2014 - 1:20am
23 Jul 2014

Nicole Elliott is a technical analyst with 32 years experience of financial analysis working for some of the world’s biggest investment banks. Her key expertise is in foreign exchange, interest rate products, bullion, indices and commodities markets. Nicole is a regular TV commentator on financial markets and has authored books on technical analysis for financial professionals. She has a BSc from the London School of Economics.
23 Jul 2014 - 12:14am
22 Jul 2014

Sexuality is not a choice; science shows genetics plays a part. Being gay is not something...

Kelly Yang is the founder of The Kelly Yang Project, an after-school writing program for children in Hong Kong. At KYP, she teaches creative writing, public speaking and critical reasoning. She is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley and Harvard Law School. Follow Kelly on Twitter: @kellyyanghk
23 Jul 2014 - 2:03am

Today's Poll

  • Yes: 80%
  • No: 20%
22 Jul 2014
  • Yes
  • No
Total number of votes recorded: 638

Insight

The Chinese saying, "playing music to an ox", describes the phenomenon of two people talking past each other. It's apt imagery for the recently held Sino-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue.

Updated 24 Jul 2014 - 3:56am

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