Dan Bland

Dan Bland began his career covering hedge funds, then corporate banking and debt capital markets for trade magazines. His role as a graphics coordinator for the Post draws on his experience as a native Hongkonger and his data journalism skills.
Dan Bland
Dan Bland began his career covering hedge funds, then corporate banking and debt capital markets for trade magazines. His role as a graphics coordinator for the Post draws on his experience as a native Hongkonger and his data journalism skills.

Latest from Dan Bland

Explore the China-India border standoff
Interactive explainer: China’s city tiers
Pokemon Go: where to catch 'em all in Hong Kong

An interactive guide to all the points that Pokémon Go already have in Hong Kong including PokeStops and Gyms.

22 Feb 2019 - 3:19PM

An interactive guide to all the points that Pokémon Go already have in Hong Kong including PokeStops and Gyms.

Pokemon Go: where to catch 'em all in Hong Kong
The cost of a family in Hong Kong
INFOGRAPHIC: Powering the delta
INFOGRAPHIC: Identity Parade
30 Mar 2016 - 10:14AM
INFOGRAPHIC: Identity Parade
Explained: the difference between atomic and hydrogen weapons ... and North Korea’s capacity to launch them
Work-life balance: Hongkongers, it's time to go home
It's time to publicly shame Hongkongers behaving badly

Why do we tolerate people streaming into MTR carriages before exiting passengers alight as a matter of routine, and other such acts, asks Dan Bland

18 Aug 2015 - 9:57AM

Why do we tolerate people streaming into MTR carriages before exiting passengers alight as a matter of routine, and other such acts, asks Dan Bland

It's time to publicly shame Hongkongers behaving badly
Hypercautious Hong Kong: the perils of being overprepared
Why so many barriers on Hong Kong's pavements?

Hong Kong hems you in. Tall buildings loom over narrow pavements; long work hours keep us cooped up in cramped cubicles; and the police herd us through makeshift pens during public holidays.

28 Feb 2015 - 10:51PM

Hong Kong hems you in. Tall buildings loom over narrow pavements; long work hours keep us cooped up in cramped cubicles; and the police herd us through makeshift pens during public holidays.

Why so many barriers on Hong Kong's pavements?
Rant: umbrella revelation
4 Oct 2014 - 10:09PM
Rant: umbrella revelation