Dennis Wong

Hong Kong

Dennis Wong

Graphic Designer

Dennis joined the Post as a graphic designer after working for TIME Magazine for almost two decades. He focuses on infographics that depict local and regional developments

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Hong Kong district council elections: winners and losers

Both the government and opposition are claiming the district council elections show public support for their policies.

27 Nov 2019 - 8:42PM

Both the government and opposition are claiming the district council elections show public support for their policies.

Hong Kong district council elections: winners and losers
Violence worsens as police, radicals clash at siege of Polytechnic University
Cantonese Opera: history, performance, theatre and costume design
Big Brother: China has the world’s most heavily monitored cities

China is home to eight of the world’s 10 most heavily-monitored cities, but the use of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras is increasing throughout the world. 

8 Nov 2019 - 11:22AM

China is home to eight of the world’s 10 most heavily-monitored cities, but the use of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras is increasing throughout the world. 

Big Brother: China has the world’s most heavily monitored cities
Did Bruce Lee create mixed martial arts in Hong Kong?

The Chinese-American film and television superstar Bruce Lee was a disciplined athlete with legendary martial arts skills. 

7 Oct 2019 - 11:43AM

The Chinese-American film and television superstar Bruce Lee was a disciplined athlete with legendary martial arts skills. 

Did Bruce Lee create mixed martial arts in Hong Kong?
100 days of protests rock Hong Kong

Hongkongers have taken to the streets to demonstrate against the extradition bill in huge numbers. The protesters and the government are in no mood to compromise and police have found themselves thrust into the front line

 
20 Sep 2019 - 10:56AM

Hongkongers have taken to the streets to demonstrate against the extradition bill in huge numbers. The protesters and the government are in no mood to compromise and police have found themselves thrust into the front line

 
100 days of protests rock Hong Kong
Fifa World Cup 2022: Hong Kong to face Middle East in Qatar qualifiers
How Hong Kong airport protests ended in chaos

Unprecedented scenes of violence broke out at the Hong Kong International Airport after thousands of anti-government protesters occupying the airport terminal building brought flights to a halt for two days straight. This is how the events unfolded

4 Sep 2019 - 4:43PM

Unprecedented scenes of violence broke out at the Hong Kong International Airport after thousands of anti-government protesters occupying the airport terminal building brought flights to a halt for two days straight. This is how the events unfolded

How Hong Kong airport protests ended in chaos
Tokyo 2020 Olympic climbing debut explained

Climbing is an eye-catching addition to next year’s Olympics, with athletes putting on gravity-defying exhibitions of dexterity, strength, endurance and problem-solving using only their physical bodies. However, not everyone in the climbing community is happy…

12 Aug 2019 - 2:52PM

Climbing is an eye-catching addition to next year’s Olympics, with athletes putting on gravity-defying exhibitions of dexterity, strength, endurance and problem-solving using only their physical bodies. However, not everyone in the climbing community is happy…

Tokyo 2020 Olympic climbing debut explained
Rare earths are found in everyday items, from TVs to smartphones and fridges

There are 17 rare earth elements in the periodic table which, contrary to their name, are as abundant in the Earth’s crust as tin or lead.

17 Jul 2019 - 2:00PM

There are 17 rare earth elements in the periodic table which, contrary to their name, are as abundant in the Earth’s crust as tin or lead.

Rare earths are found in everyday items, from TVs to smartphones and fridges
Will Beijing weaponise its rare earth supply in the US-China trade war?

There are 17 rare earth elements listed in the periodic table which, contrary to their name, are as abundant in the Earth’s crust as tin or lead. However, rare earths are always fused with other minerals which makes many countries reluctant to invest in rare earth mines because they are too expensive and polluting to extract and refine in commercially viable quantities

29 Jun 2019 - 8:19AM

There are 17 rare earth elements listed in the periodic table which, contrary to their name, are as abundant in the Earth’s crust as tin or lead. However, rare earths are always fused with other minerals which makes many countries reluctant to invest in rare earth mines because they are too expensive and polluting to extract and refine in commercially viable quantities

Will Beijing weaponise its rare earth supply in the US-China trade war?
How Hong Kong’s anti-extradition protesters besieged city’s legislature

Tens of thousands of masked protesters equipped with umbrellas and goggles brought the roads leading to Hong Kong's legislature to a standstill on June 12. How did they do it?

15 Jun 2019 - 1:51PM

Tens of thousands of masked protesters equipped with umbrellas and goggles brought the roads leading to Hong Kong's legislature to a standstill on June 12. How did they do it?

How Hong Kong’s anti-extradition protesters besieged city’s legislature
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
MMA fighting styles explained

From boxing to wing chun, karate to kickboxing, sanshou to taekwondo, these are the fighting skills and techniques needed in the MMA cage.

28 Nov 2019 - 1:31PM

From boxing to wing chun, karate to kickboxing, sanshou to taekwondo, these are the fighting skills and techniques needed in the MMA cage.

MMA fighting styles explained
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
27 May 2019 - 6:10PM
China's vehicle ventures