Brian Yeung

Brian Yeung

Brian Yeung is the founder of Brianstorm Content Solutions and the author of 'Stepping Inside a Foreign Land – Russia', published in 2020. With a decade of experience as a communications professional, he has contributed to more than 10 Chinese, English and Russian media outlets including print, online and broadcast.

Latest from Brian Yeung

Global forum spotlights 3 regional hubs key to powering Asia’s economy

Experts and leaders from around the region gather for first Global Innovation and Technology Forum streamed from Chengdu, Hong Kong and Singapore

25 Nov 2020 - 4:47PM

Experts and leaders from around the region gather for first Global Innovation and Technology Forum streamed from Chengdu, Hong Kong and Singapore

Global forum spotlights 3 regional hubs key to powering Asia’s economy
5 things to watch out for if you want to immigrate to Ireland

‘Emerald Isle’ of 4.98 million people – home to rock group U2 and actors Colin Farrell and Liam Neeson – now attracts growing number of would-be residents

7 Dec 2020 - 9:58AM

‘Emerald Isle’ of 4.98 million people – home to rock group U2 and actors Colin Farrell and Liam Neeson – now attracts growing number of would-be residents

5 things to watch out for if you want to immigrate to Ireland
6 fintech trends that will redefine the future of finance

November’s fully virtual Hong Kong FinTech Week features expert speakers, who will share their insights into Fourth Industrial Revolution

19 Oct 2020 - 3:13PM

November’s fully virtual Hong Kong FinTech Week features expert speakers, who will share their insights into Fourth Industrial Revolution

6 fintech trends that will redefine the future of finance
Pitching to investors: lessons learned by local entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley
Hong Kong social enterprises on an upward trajectory

Social enterprises (SEs) are seen as an innovative way of tackling various issues which concern the community by setting up new businesses which usually operate on a not-for-profit basis. For nearly a decade, various stakeholders have been actively developing this concept in Hong Kong and to date the city probably has the highest number of social enterprises per capita in Asia.

11 Dec 2014 - 11:34AM

Social enterprises (SEs) are seen as an innovative way of tackling various issues which concern the community by setting up new businesses which usually operate on a not-for-profit basis. For nearly a decade, various stakeholders have been actively developing this concept in Hong Kong and to date the city probably has the highest number of social enterprises per capita in Asia.

Hong Kong social enterprises on an upward trajectory
Nurturing Hong Kong’s local and international entrepreneurs
Why bet on an MBA in France?
30 Sep 2014 - 5:43PM
Why bet on an MBA in France?