From the Rugby Sevens to Clockenflap, the return of major international events and reduced travel restrictions spell a rosier year ahead – but is it too soon to celebrate?
Grimes, Elon Musk’s partner, sold US$6 million worth and many celebrities have jumped on the bandwagon, but what does it mean for the art market?
Shanghai-based electric vehicle maker’s founder William Li Bin insists the company has a bright future, but the Anhui native faces a race against time to succeed
The outspoken CEO of Huawei’s consumer business group has overseen the growth of its smartphone business into a giant, and says the firm will consolidate its place among the top manufacturers in the world
Gree Electric’s ‘air con queen’ Dong Mingzhu is known for a fierce streak and a cool business head
From streaming video to liquid detergent, the Chinese billionaire has always proved a canny investor
Given the idyllic setting of mountains and sea, areas like Deep Water Bay have retained their strong appeal
With a gift from his parents – and thanks to a Hong Kong law – Eric Tse joins Forbes list of billionaires, making him richer than Donald Trump
Meet NetEase founder who got rich through video games such as Fantasy Westward Journey, and brought comic books including Iron Man and Captain America to China
Sichuan-born CEO of hotpot chain Haidilao, which went public last year, tops Singapore’s 50 Richest List, by Forbes, with estimated net worth of US$13.8 billion
There is a strong demand for valuable Chinese art worldwide, especially in the United States, but the US-China trade war and tariffs on art from China could have a detrimental impact on many American art dealers
ByteDance’s founder started out as an ordinary tech engineer who made the wildly successful apps TikTok and Jinri Toutiao. He’s now worth US$16.2 billion
Serial entrepreneur is best known as vice-chairman of world’s biggest surveillance products maker, Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology
Clifford Chance organises an annual art event celebrating LGBT+ artists. Its Arcus Annual Pride Art exhibition is held in 11 of its offices around the world, including Hong Kong