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Hong Kong’s status as a global city makes it ideal for cross-cultural DBA and EMBA learning, writes Ben Young
With China tipped to become the world’s largest civil aviation market within five years, HKUST can help supply aeronautical engineers
Family support during ‘complicated’ high school years is important for teenagers, says David Lovelin, high school principal, Hong Kong International School
Grades matter, of course, but diversity and being the right fit is as, if not more, important.
Bianca Dos Santos Silva untouchable as Brazil win qualifier and secure return to women’s series next season.
Team progress beyond pool stages of qualifying tournament for first time, but lose to Japan in quarter-finals.
Former player brings team now ranked as third-best in Asia back to Hong Kong for first time since 2012
Slotted in a group with Kenya, Papua New Guinea and Uganda, the Hong Kong women have drawn what some call an easy pool
HKU Racing team gears up for Formula Student competition in July after some tips from DS Techeetah boss Mark Preston during Hong Kong E-Prix
Defending champion believes ‘it can only get better from here’ after shaky start to season five, and hopes his bad luck is over heading into Hong Kong E-Prix
Chairman Alejandro Agag says ‘very cool’ season six finale will be a highlight of the calendar, with NIO driver Oliver Turvey relishing the return of a home race
Second-paced Ethiopian Dawit Wolde says he thought he had won after battling two others to the finish line
Rio Olympian now sets her sights on qualifying for Tokyo and husband Chan Ka-ho believes she can do it
Hong Kong’s Jcy Ho finishes the 50 miles in 14 hours, 17 minutes and 52 seconds
50 miles were completed on Saturday; 50 kilometres lay ahead on Sunday
Fredelyn Alberto continues her good form to win another race, only a week after taking first at the Gurkha Trailblazer
The 31-year-old boat worker completes the gruelling 162km race in 23 hours, 44 minutes and eight seconds, while Li Lai-ting wins the women’s race
Apart from technology advancement and globalisation, academics and top executives are examining the outlook of the ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ and its impact on the world
MBA courses worldwide focus more on entrepreneurship, social responsibility and technology applications, among other business skills
The Ukrainian is one of Asia’s top runners but only took up the sport at 25
Chinese runner breaks more records as he easily wins the 50k race at Lantau and plans on competing in Sunday’s Shenzhen International Marathon
Runners with different backgrounds come together in competition at the Lantau Vertical race
The Mads cry and embrace each other after two days on Hong Kong’s famous ultramarathon