...index heavyweight HSBC tumbled to a seven-year low after the company decided to scrap a pay freeze plan aimed at cutting costs due to staff protests.
Should one feel sympathy for the youngsters who caused the worst riot in Hong Kong since 1967? Many people apparently think so. Personally, I find it hard to.
Over the past month, Hong Kong has had an unusual taste of “weird weather”.
It’s a refrain we’ve heard time and again.
SCMP columnist and senior editor Yonden Lhatoo argues it’s become more necessary than ever to...
Some inequality is good, but history has shown that too much is bad.
Of the recent spate of consultation papers published by the government, I think “Consultation on...
Fears of a global recession are stalking financial markets.
Speaking out to defend the so-called Yellow Umbrella protesters during the height of the unrest...
China’s foreign exchange reserves, already at a three-year low, are poised to post a second c
Since the story broke about the mysterious disappearance of controversial bookseller Lee Bo, officials and public figures from the pro-establishment camp have been running for cover.
- Yes - they were taking an important stand
- No - they should feel the full force of the law
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The rioting in Mong Kok on the first day of the Lunar New year was disturbing and unsettling. Reportedly, it stemmed from the mishandling of a crackdown on illegal hawkers which became the...