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Art Basel 2019: Why Hong Kong is a lightning rod for luxury art in Asia

Top fairs like Art Basel and Art Central are bringing in the world’s best collectors, which drives the quality of art and galleries being showcased in the city.

30 Mar 2019 - 6:57AM

Top fairs like Art Basel and Art Central are bringing in the world’s best collectors, which drives the quality of art and galleries being showcased in the city.

Art Basel 2019: Why Hong Kong is a lightning rod for luxury art in Asia
Art Basel Hong Kong: tips on how to invest in art

While art is essentially a passion investment, it also helps diversify a portfolio, especially in times of economic uncertainty

29 Mar 2019 - 12:18PM

While art is essentially a passion investment, it also helps diversify a portfolio, especially in times of economic uncertainty

Art Basel Hong Kong: tips on how to invest in art
Art Basel Hong Kong 2019: everything you need to know

With 242 galleries and 21 new global participants, this year’s fair at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre paints a diverse picture

27 Mar 2019 - 12:35PM

With 242 galleries and 21 new global participants, this year’s fair at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre paints a diverse picture

Art Basel Hong Kong 2019: everything you need to know
Navigating the bumps on the ‘Belt and Road Initiative’

Finding the right talent and partners and getting support from banks are key

20 Sep 2018 - 2:01PM

Finding the right talent and partners and getting support from banks are key

Navigating the bumps on the ‘Belt and Road Initiative’
Cost of funding ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ is daunting task
Beijing’s New Silk Road project serves as a highway for ‘smart cities’
Chinese universities must wake up and modernise or be left further behind

Why haven't Chinese universities produced more world-class scholars and innovators? My experience in China points to three adverse factors: outmoded teaching methods, autocratic academic governance, and administrative "bureaucratism".

27 Oct 2014 - 11:36AM

Why haven't Chinese universities produced more world-class scholars and innovators? My experience in China points to three adverse factors: outmoded teaching methods, autocratic academic governance, and administrative "bureaucratism".

Chinese universities must wake up and modernise or be left further behind
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