Hong Kong has moved two places up to seventh in the latest World Economic Forum’s (WEF) global competitiveness report, which was released on Wednesday.Wednesday, 4 September, 2013, 8:22pm 2 comments
Constructive criticism is not always easy to take, especially for a place as successful as Hong Kong. Yet, if we ignore our critics, we miss the opportunity to identify weaknesses and make improvements.7 May 2013 - 2:22am 2 comments
In a rapidly changing world, we have to prepare ourselves for challenges that will confront us every day. This requires a liberally educated citizenry. To indicate the importance of liberal education to a democratic society, let me quote David Kearns, former CEO of Xerox Corporation.2 Dec 2012 - 3:53pm
On the shortage of international primary school places in HK:
Douglas Bland - The government has done enough damage already, it should allow the schools and concerned business networks to come up with proposals to create more international school capacity.7 Nov 2012 - 1:57am
Hong Kong has for many years traded on the idea that it is Asia's global city, a welcoming home and gateway for foreign business to work in China and Southeast Asia.
It is the equivalent of London for Europe, New York for North America and Dubai for the Middle East.6 Nov 2012 - 2:25am
Is Hong Kong's competitiveness really being eroded by the lack of international school places? This is the rallying cry that the international business chambers periodically sound when they demand more schools and places.3 Nov 2012 - 2:45am 4 comments
Hakka village is important heritage site
Hongkongers see their trips to the countryside during holidays and at weekends as an opportunity to enjoy greenery and breathe fresh air.
One of their favourite haunts is Sai Kung, and the village of Pak Sha O has a rich ecological and cultural heritage.1 Nov 2012 - 2:58am
Hong Kong has for many years been singled out by conservative think tanks as the freest economy. It will be interesting to see what is made of the interventionist rhetoric of Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying in outlining his governing philosophy in a keynote speech to lawmakers. It does not take much to upset them.25 Oct 2012 - 2:42am
Even as the acute stress of the financial crisis begins to ease, companies are left dealing with some of its lingering effects, and mainland firms are no exception.7 Sep 2010 - 12:00am
Teresa Cheng Yuek-wah will be reappointed chairwoman of the Transport Advisory Committee for two more years from October 1. The senior barrister has led her 15-strong team through many big transport issues, including a review of the taxi trade's competitiveness.27 Sep 2008 - 12:00am