Dennis Wong

Dennis Wong joined the Post as a graphic designer after working for Time Magazine for almost two decades. He focuses on infographics which cover Hong Kong and regional developments.
Dennis Wong
Dennis Wong joined the Post as a graphic designer after working for Time Magazine for almost two decades. He focuses on infographics which cover Hong Kong and regional developments.

Latest from Dennis Wong

How Bruce Lee and street fighting in Hong Kong helped create MMA
China’s coal capital is dying as local natural resources are exhausted

For more than a century, coal was the centre of life for the residents of Fushun, 50km from the Liaoning provincial capital of Shenyang, earning the city the nickname “capital of coal”.

10 May 2019 - 5:31PM

For more than a century, coal was the centre of life for the residents of Fushun, 50km from the Liaoning provincial capital of Shenyang, earning the city the nickname “capital of coal”.

China’s coal capital is dying as local natural resources are exhausted
Belt and Road Initiative explained: How China is looking beyond borders

The “Belt and Road Initiative” was announced by the Chinese government in 2013 as a global trade strategy based on the ancient Silk Road trading route.

10 May 2019 - 5:34PM

The “Belt and Road Initiative” was announced by the Chinese government in 2013 as a global trade strategy based on the ancient Silk Road trading route.

Belt and Road Initiative explained: How China is looking beyond borders
Can an economy be free and easy?

Hong Kong consistently ranks as a first-rate financial centre, thanks partly to the city’s laissez-faire system. Here, we take a look around the world to see whether regulations to make doing business easier always result in greater economic freedom

13 Mar 2019 - 6:15PM

Hong Kong consistently ranks as a first-rate financial centre, thanks partly to the city’s laissez-faire system. Here, we take a look around the world to see whether regulations to make doing business easier always result in greater economic freedom

Can an economy be free and easy?
What is space junk and why is it a problem?

Low Earth orbit is becoming increasingly cluttered and full of junk. China is one of the many countries responsible for the mess

28 Mar 2019 - 10:48AM

Low Earth orbit is becoming increasingly cluttered and full of junk. China is one of the many countries responsible for the mess

What is space junk and why is it a problem?
As the trade war heats up, Beijing looks to make its aerospace less reliant on other countries

Under the ‘Made in China 2025’ industrial plan, Beijing is looking to create a domestic commercial aircraft industry which can develop, manufacture and export its own products thereby reducing its dependence on foreign suppliers.

 

It is making progress, but the reliance on foreign suppliers continues to be an issue, particularly in the crucial field of engines, where some analysts put China 20 to 30 years behind the global leaders.

29 Oct 2018 - 11:45PM

Under the ‘Made in China 2025’ industrial plan, Beijing is looking to create a domestic commercial aircraft industry which can develop, manufacture and export its own products thereby reducing its dependence on foreign suppliers.

 

It is making progress, but the reliance on foreign suppliers continues to be an issue, particularly in the crucial field of engines, where some analysts put China 20 to 30 years behind the global leaders.

As the trade war heats up, Beijing looks to make its aerospace less reliant on other countries
How village houses and Hong Kong offices will soon go green – and save with solar energy
Why Djibouti is home to China's first foreign military base
In graphics: the yawning trade gap between China and the US
Rich taking bigger slice of world's growing wealth pie
What's in your virtual wallet? An illustrated guide to bitcoin
Will the next big fuel source be flammable ice?
A visual guide to the base hosting China’s war games
Hong Kong housing: low supply, high demand
Liaoning: everything you need to know about China’s first aircraft carrier
Full tanks, empty pockets: Tracking Hong Kong's sky high petrol prices
China's vehicle ventures
16 May 2017 - 10:53AM
China's vehicle ventures
Drivers decry closure of multi-storey car park in Central district, saying it makes work harder
Nuclear reaction: the USS Carl Vinson and Carrier Strike Group 1
Every cup, bowl, shield and plate since the start of the Hong Kong Sevens
Inside Cathay Pacific's new condensed economy class
A world of graft
1 Aug 2018 - 12:14PM
A world of graft
Can China's powerful new navy behemoth outclass America's warships?
Best laid plans
1 Aug 2018 - 12:13PM
Best laid plans
Home sweet home
3 Oct 2016 - 10:48AM
Home sweet home
Anatomy of an iPhone: what’s in it and where the parts come from
Healing the ozone layer
6 Sep 2016 - 2:47PM
Healing the ozone layer
China’s struggle with Yangtze River flooding
What is coffee? Learn about the benefits of coffee and its history in one infographic
INFOGRAPHIC: Powering the delta