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  1. Comment - Insight & Opinion - LEADER

    Multinationals welcome, but they must adapt to rules of the game

    Posted Oct 17th 2014, 04:55am by SCMP Editorial

    ... made clear China needs multinationals. They help grow the economy, set high standards and provide jobs. But firms should not expect a blind eye to be turned to bad practices or law-breaking. ... SCMP Editorial Multinationals play vital role Foreign companies in China have every right to feel targeted. Investigations into their operations and business practices have multiplied over ...

  2. Comment - Insight & Opinion - OCCUPY CENTRAL

    Having tasted freedom, Hong Kong will never settle for a fake democracy

    Posted Nov 25th 2014, 12:12pm by ROBERT BOXWELL

    ... their eyes- the Communist Party has 80 million members. And now China reneges on democracy, the only hope most of Hong Kong's people have to influence their own futures. Meanwhile, that beacon ... been elected and had promised to stay out of politics. With tears in his eyes, he said he would make a "sacrifice" and take the job. Two weeks later, he named his cabinet. Eleven ...

  3. Comment - Letters

    Letters to the Editor, November 24, 2014

    Posted Nov 24th 2014, 05:17am by LETTERS

    ... this is the case with all mainlanders and Hong Kong must always be aware of the need to maintain its competitiveness in Greater China and produce good quality graduates. Rex Cheng Ho-kei, Hung Hom ... is not only a good politician but a genuine human being. Isabel Escoda, Lantau   Why pope and Beijing don't see eye to eye There have been a number of recent articles about Pope Francis pursuing ...

  4. Comment - Insight & Opinion - INTERNET FREEDOM

    'One country, two internets', and why we need to protect it

    Posted Nov 21st 2014, 10:43am by Lokman Tsui

    ... in question is the Computer Crimes Ordinance. Originally intended to battle computer fraud and hacking, it has been drafted in such a way that it has serious potential for abuse. The most recent case ... post has been removed and the police have so far declined to comment on the specifics of the case. Let’s not forget what is at stake. We only need to look across the border to see a tightly ...

  5. Comment - Insight & Opinion - LEADER

    Foreign health funding can help to raise standards on mainland China

    Posted Sep 05th 2014, 04:28am by SCMP Editorial

    ... SCMP Editorial Foreign cash a good remedy Social services tend to lag great urban migrations. The mainland's health system is a case in point. Subject to free-market reforms while ... gouging. Patients expect a lot and blame doctors if treatment fails, often resulting in violence. Because barriers to private services remain high and public hospitals are crowded, illegal ...

  6. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    Systemic overhaul of securities law can liberalise China's capital markets

    Posted Oct 15th 2014, 12:30pm by Hu Shuli

    ... liberalise China's capital markets China's securities law is to undergo a comprehensive revision- almost a decade after the last major overhaul. Public consultation is due to start ... the establishment of China's first stock exchange, the Shanghai Stock Exchange in 1990- and sought to create greater uniformity in the rapidly expanding securities market. The law, which protects ...

  7. Comment - Letters

    Letters to the Editor, November 3, 2014

    Posted Nov 03rd 2014, 04:21am by LETTERS

    ... of Beijing, they will refer to, say, Tiananmen Square or the Palace Museum not the new headquarters of China Central Television, known as "the Big Underpants". The weird architecture ... to remove the front wheel. Perhaps the Hong Kong government could open its blind eyes towards cyclists, and only grant licences to transportation providers when they show that cyclists are being ...

  8. Comment - Insight & Opinion - OCCUPY CENTRAL

    Political leaders must steer the protests towards an achievable outcome

    Posted Nov 03rd 2014, 04:21am by ANDREW LEUNG

    ... has begun to manifest itself. The eleventh-hour cancellation of a formal ballot on protest sites is a case in point. Protest fatigue is showing. Public patience and initial support ... of one-party rule in China or who is likely to lead Hong Kong towards separatism. On the latter score, the implications for Tibet and Xinjiang loom large. These risks are anathema to Beijing. ...

  9. Comment - Letters

    Letters to the Editor, October 22, 2014

    Posted Oct 22nd 2014, 05:52am by LETTERS

    ... of property ownership, and of commerce and travel. The only freedom they lack is to elect their own chief executive who is free from the influence of Greater China. This goal is unattainable for the simple reason Hong Kong is owned by China, which does not have a democratic system, and for many other legitimate political reasons. Unless these students want to start a revolution to overturn ...

  10. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    Chinese universities must wake up and modernise or be left further behind

    Posted Oct 27th 2014, 04:06am by David Ho

    ... a love of learning Wake-up call Why haven't Chinese universities produced more world-class scholars and innovators? My first-hand experience in China points to three adverse factors: ... attempts to ensure Chinese universities are among the best in the world. In my time visiting academic institutions in China since 1971, I have been witness to dramatic changes that have taken place ...




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