Denise Tsang

Denise Tsang is an award-winning journalist, with her journalism career built on covering business and Hong Kong local news. She has won a number of regional and Hong Kong press awards and was a part-time lecturer on business journalism at Hong Kong Baptist University.
Denise Tsang
Denise Tsang is an award-winning journalist, with her journalism career built on covering business and Hong Kong local news. She has won a number of regional and Hong Kong press awards and was a part-time lecturer on business journalism at Hong Kong Baptist University.

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Lord Mayor of London sees fintech promise in China’s Greater Bay Area plan, seeks stronger ties with Hong Kong ahead of Brexit

Peter Estlin looks to drum up investment for London’s financial district before Britain’s divorce from European Union.

19 Feb 2019 - 9:12PM
Lord Mayor of London sees fintech promise in China’s Greater Bay Area plan, seeks stronger ties with Hong Kong ahead of Brexit

Peter Estlin looks to drum up investment for London’s financial district before Britain’s divorce from European Union.

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort posts loss for fourth straight year – despite higher visitor numbers reducing deficit to HK$54 million

New managing director attributes performance to 8 per cent rise in attendance and 18 per cent rise in revenue, and says company is focused on making most of new transport links to mainland China

18 Feb 2019 - 11:12PM
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort posts loss for fourth straight year – despite higher visitor numbers reducing deficit to HK$54 million

New managing director attributes performance to 8 per cent rise in attendance and 18 per cent rise in revenue, and says company is focused on making most of new transport links to mainland China

US-China trade war and stronger US dollar will cause Hong Kong’s tourism industry to slow in 2019

While total of visitors to the city is expected to top last year’s record, officials say the mainland’s slowing economy will influence spending.

18 Feb 2019 - 11:35PM
US-China trade war and stronger US dollar will cause Hong Kong’s tourism industry to slow in 2019

While total of visitors to the city is expected to top last year’s record, officials say the mainland’s slowing economy will influence spending.

Blueprint for China’s ‘Greater Bay Area’ project covering Hong Kong, Macau and 9 Guangdong cities set to be revealed on Monday at the earliest

China’s cabinet, the State Council, is due to reveal the blueprint, according to a source, while constitutional and mainland affairs chief Patrick Nip says document will mark a new beginning in the working relationship between Hong Kong and central authorities.

18 Feb 2019 - 12:37PM
Blueprint for China’s ‘Greater Bay Area’ project covering Hong Kong, Macau and 9 Guangdong cities set to be revealed on Monday at the earliest

China’s cabinet, the State Council, is due to reveal the blueprint, according to a source, while constitutional and mainland affairs chief Patrick Nip says document will mark a new beginning in the working relationship between Hong Kong and central authorities.

International standards to be at the core of ‘Greater Bay Area’ plan, source reveals about blueprint

Making the 11-city mega zone favourable to living, travel and doing business is a priority. Hong Kong’s key role in the plan will hinge on financial services, arbitration, hi-tech manufacturing and aviation.

16 Feb 2019 - 11:29PM
International standards to be at the core of ‘Greater Bay Area’ plan, source reveals about blueprint

Making the 11-city mega zone favourable to living, travel and doing business is a priority. Hong Kong’s key role in the plan will hinge on financial services, arbitration, hi-tech manufacturing and aviation.

‘Bad’ US compound in Hong Kong to get facelift, says Consul General Kurt Tong

America’s top man in Hong Kong says previous remodels have all been bad and building is ‘scruffy inside’.

15 Feb 2019 - 7:04AM
‘Bad’ US compound in Hong Kong to get facelift, says Consul General Kurt Tong

America’s top man in Hong Kong says previous remodels have all been bad and building is ‘scruffy inside’.

Hong Kong’s port business drops out of top five in world for first time as Asian rivals Shanghai, Singapore, Ningbo, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Busan leave city in their wake

City was a dominant global player as the world’s busiest port for more than a decade until 2004, but sank to No 7 last year.

14 Feb 2019 - 11:07PM
Hong Kong’s port business drops out of top five in world for first time as Asian rivals Shanghai, Singapore, Ningbo, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Busan leave city in their wake

City was a dominant global player as the world’s busiest port for more than a decade until 2004, but sank to No 7 last year.

Differential treatment for Hong Kong will continue even though city is stuck in middle of US-China trade war, consul general Kurt Tong says

Washington will honour its Hong Kong Policy Act while the city remains a special administrative region of China, consul general Kurt Tong says.

14 Feb 2019 - 8:52AM
Differential treatment for Hong Kong will continue even though city is stuck in middle of US-China trade war, consul general Kurt Tong says

Washington will honour its Hong Kong Policy Act while the city remains a special administrative region of China, consul general Kurt Tong says.

New MTR boss must restore public faith in rail operator following string of scandals on Sha Tin-Central link, says Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam

Chief Executive Carrie Lam says incoming non-executive chairman – thought to be Rex Auyeung – must restore public faith in rail operator following string of scandals on Sha-Tin-Central link.

12 Feb 2019 - 11:28PM
New MTR boss must restore public faith in rail operator following string of scandals on Sha Tin-Central link, says Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam

Chief Executive Carrie Lam says incoming non-executive chairman – thought to be Rex Auyeung – must restore public faith in rail operator following string of scandals on Sha-Tin-Central link.

Old hand Roger Bayliss to return to MTR Corporation as projects director in March

The 61-year-old engineer previously worked for the company for 12 years, overseeing a number of network expansion projects in the 1990s. He rejoins MTR Corp in the midst of a crisis surrounding accusations of shoddy work at a station on its new Sha Tin-Central link.

9 Feb 2019 - 1:07AM
Old hand Roger Bayliss to return to MTR Corporation as projects director in March

The 61-year-old engineer previously worked for the company for 12 years, overseeing a number of network expansion projects in the 1990s. He rejoins MTR Corp in the midst of a crisis surrounding accusations of shoddy work at a station on its new Sha Tin-Central link.

New woes for contractor in mega bridge fake test scandal Jacobs China as fraud allegations emerge over other Hong Kong projects

Various government departments have contacted law enforcement over suspected forged signatures in reports for contracts awarded to Jacobs China.

8 Feb 2019 - 10:59PM
New woes for contractor in mega bridge fake test scandal Jacobs China as fraud allegations emerge over other Hong Kong projects

Various government departments have contacted law enforcement over suspected forged signatures in reports for contracts awarded to Jacobs China.

Hong Kong toys: new generation bids to join father of the rubber duck, makers of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and VTech in being next big thing to be made in city

The value of the world’s toy market rose 5.9 per cent to US$218.3 billion in 2018 and industry veterans see an opportunity for creative young Hongkongers.

11 Feb 2019 - 10:57AM
Hong Kong toys: new generation bids to join father of the rubber duck, makers of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and VTech in being next big thing to be made in city

The value of the world’s toy market rose 5.9 per cent to US$218.3 billion in 2018 and industry veterans see an opportunity for creative young Hongkongers.

What is Hong Kong’s role in a new economic world order as supply chains shift amid US-China trade war?

Industry leaders remain confident of city’s ability to adapt as uncertainty looms, pointing to focus on logistics and trade financing.

15 Jan 2019 - 10:53PM
What is Hong Kong’s role in a new economic world order as supply chains shift amid US-China trade war?

Industry leaders remain confident of city’s ability to adapt as uncertainty looms, pointing to focus on logistics and trade financing.

Hong Kong taxpayers asked to cough up further HK$17.5 billion for huge basement complex under West Kowloon Cultural District

Legislator notes cash injection would make underground complex even more expensive than district’s main facilities.

13 Jan 2019 - 6:15PM
Hong Kong taxpayers asked to cough up further HK$17.5 billion for huge basement complex under West Kowloon Cultural District

Legislator notes cash injection would make underground complex even more expensive than district’s main facilities.

Beijing approves blueprint for ‘Greater Bay Area’ to rival Silicon Valley with document expected to be released on February 21

Hong Kong will be positioned as a leading finance platform due to its strengths as a global financial centre.

13 Jan 2019 - 11:14PM
Beijing approves blueprint for ‘Greater Bay Area’ to rival Silicon Valley with document expected to be released on February 21

Hong Kong will be positioned as a leading finance platform due to its strengths as a global financial centre.

Fears of cargo cartel spark probe into ‘super alliance’ at Hong Kong container terminal

Four of five operators at one of the world’s busiest container terminals plan to band together. But others in the trade say such a team, with 95 per cent market share, could monopolise the crucial industry.

11 Jan 2019 - 3:37PM
Fears of cargo cartel spark probe into ‘super alliance’ at Hong Kong container terminal

Four of five operators at one of the world’s busiest container terminals plan to band together. But others in the trade say such a team, with 95 per cent market share, could monopolise the crucial industry.

Products with ‘STEAM’ educational element steal show at Asia’s largest toy fair in Hong Kong

Discipline covering science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics has been a buzz word in city’s curriculum.

8 Jan 2019 - 12:02PM
Products with ‘STEAM’ educational element steal show at Asia’s largest toy fair in Hong Kong

Discipline covering science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics has been a buzz word in city’s curriculum.

Hong Kong and mainland Chinese toymakers dodge US-China trade war and Toys ‘R’ Us collapse with innovation, new markets

Trend is seen at major toy fair in city where companies express pessimism over any breakthrough in superpower trade dispute, while demise of Toys ‘R’ Us chain in America also influencing buying patterns of US importers.

7 Jan 2019 - 11:04PM
Hong Kong and mainland Chinese toymakers dodge US-China trade war and Toys ‘R’ Us collapse with innovation, new markets

Trend is seen at major toy fair in city where companies express pessimism over any breakthrough in superpower trade dispute, while demise of Toys ‘R’ Us chain in America also influencing buying patterns of US importers.

Traditional construction firms building for the future through technology and innovation

Big engineering companies are striving to innovate and add technological elements to work processes to save costs and boost efficiency.

6 Jan 2019 - 10:49PM
Traditional construction firms building for the future through technology and innovation

Big engineering companies are striving to innovate and add technological elements to work processes to save costs and boost efficiency.

Knock-on from US-China trade war causes slowest growth in 18 months for Hong Kong retail sales

Retail sales rose 6 per cent in October but growth fell to 1.4 per cent the following month. Hong Kong Retail Management Association says demand for luxury goods will remain weak as uncertainty surrounding the trade war prevails.

3 Jan 2019 - 10:53PM
Knock-on from US-China trade war causes slowest growth in 18 months for Hong Kong retail sales

Retail sales rose 6 per cent in October but growth fell to 1.4 per cent the following month. Hong Kong Retail Management Association says demand for luxury goods will remain weak as uncertainty surrounding the trade war prevails.

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