Developing strategies for public health management is at the core of the postgraduate courses offered by Hong Kong’s universities
Universities are redesigning their higher-level courses to keep up-to-date with a post-pandemic business world
Hong Kong’s old buildings – especially privately owned ones that can be destroyed at any time – need help from government, private developers and the public to be revived, so what’s being done?
Today, local universities have grasped the importance of fintech and seek collaborations in teaching it, both across faculties within the organisation, and externally in industry and academia overseas
Despite the trade war, China added 182 new faces to hit 799 billionaires in Hurun’s latest rich list – but how much of that wealth will stay in the country?
The centrally located districts have attracted numerous promising property projects
Hong Kong Financial Reporting Standard 16, which involves accounting for leases, could have a radical impact on the financial reports and operations of companies across the SAR
Close relationships with the city’s galleries in the region seem to be a key entry point for artists planning their expansion in the region