The graphic designer and branding guru talks to Jo Baker about the importance of culture and capturing the spirit of Hong Kong.Sunday, 2 September, 2012, 12:44pm
After two iconic magazine launches, Tyler Brûlé knows all about building brands, says Anna Healy Fenton.30 Apr 2012 - 12:00am
Doing what comes naturally to a Norwegian, Cecilie Gamst Berg undertakes an exploration of Hong Kong Island. As she soon discovers, however, hiking all the way around is easier said than done.20 Oct 2012 - 11:34pm 3 comments
Guangdong TV presenter Ou Zhihang is a man on a mission, highlighting issues in Hong Kong and the mainland one naked press-up at a time. Hannah Xu reports.31 Aug 2012 - 5:17pm
Can Singaporean banks win more business in Hong Kong or even in the much bigger mainland market simply through high-cost acquisitions?7 Apr 2014 - 8:37am
Most of the time, Shanghai just means business, but the city has also played some significant political roles in contemporary Chinese history. The Sino-US Shanghai Communiqué was signed there in 1972, marking a new chapter in ties for the two big nations.31 Mar 2014 - 8:13am 1 comment
Beijing's decision to let a Hong Kong-listed unit of Citic Group take over its parent company in a deal valued at about 225 billion yuan (HK$283.6 billion) surprised the financial community on Wednesday evening.31 Mar 2014 - 5:52pm 2 comments
How do you defeat the country's No 1 e-commerce firm? It may not require any innovation in technology, just a piece of paper, says Jack Ma Yun, the founder and chairman of Alibaba.
As the central government steps up its efforts to crack down on the red-hot online finance sector - led by Alibaba and its rival Tencent - Ma could not remain silent any longer.20 Mar 2014 - 12:53am 1 comment
"As long as you can meet the listing requirements of the Hong Kong stock exchange, you should definitely go there." That was the clear message from one of the most senior stock market regulators on the mainland when asked about the funding needs of small-sized, capital-hungry private enterprises.10 Mar 2014 - 10:18am 5 comments
Mainland Chinese working in Hong Kong have found a way to use “free money” from local banks to invest in profitable financial products across the border.
They take advantage of cheap personal loans aggressively hawked by banks in an attempt to expand their business. The borrowers quietly turn around and invest the cash on the mainland for higher returns.27 Feb 2014 - 12:42am 8 comments