Anna Healy Fenton
Anna Healy Fenton
Anna is a business writer. During her 20-year Hong Kong career, she’s written everything from stock market reports and luxury goods sector analysis to speeches for the HKSAR Chief Executive and served as president of the Foreign Correspondents’ Club for two years.

Process addictions – an obsession with a behaviour, rather than a substance – are spiking, with counsellors blaming the internet and mobile devices for people being hooked on porn, cybersex, gambling, gaming and much more.

A proposal to relocate feral cattle and buffalo herds in South Lantau, now under consideration by Hong Kong officials, has divided people in Mui Wo and Pui O where the bovines roam


The streets of Lan Kwai Fong, the city's best known entertainment district, have seen a sharp rise in drug dealing. Anna Healy Fenton and photographer Dean Cox investigate the trend, and why some asylum seekers feel crime is their best option.

Anyone looking for blue skies and sunshine in Hong Kong's property market could be disappointed. It's hard to find an analyst who can put a positive spin on prospects for next year, with predictions of price dips of at least 5 per cent in 2015.

A luxurious train journey from Pretoria to Cape Town offers a champagne-filled, rose-tinted glimpse of South Africa, writes Anna Healy Fenton.

No, really, Harry Banga was set to enjoy life when he retired from Noble. But his sons begged him to join them in a new venture, writes Anna Healy Fenton.

Eighteen-year-old Shazad Rangzeb dreamed of bridging the divide between Hong Kong's Pakistanis and the wider society. Three months ago, those dreams were dashed on a Lantau beach. Here, his grief-stricken family tells Anna Healy Fenton of a life cut far too short.

Oh the irony. I learn that mainland Chinese tourists flock to Dublin’s poshest department store Brown Thomas, because they now have 12 in-store terminals that accept China UnionPay cards.

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