Edith Terry

Edith Terry is an author and consultant who has spent nearly four decades in Asia. A former editor of the op-ed pages of the South China Morning Post, she was also a foreign correspondent for Business Week magazine and East Asian economics correspondent for the Globe and Mail newspaper, based in Tokyo. She is the author of How Asia Got Rich: Japan, China, and the Asian Miracle.
Edith Terry
Edith Terry is an author and consultant who has spent nearly four decades in Asia. A former editor of the op-ed pages of the South China Morning Post, she was also a foreign correspondent for Business Week magazine and East Asian economics correspondent for the Globe and Mail newspaper, based in Tokyo. She is the author of How Asia Got Rich: Japan, China, and the Asian Miracle.

Latest from Edith Terry

Hong Kong’s ‘recreational clubs’ are remnants of its colonial past; what does that mean for their future?

The Victoria Recreation Club has survived wars, typhoons and benign dictatorship, but now, after 169 years, it must face its biggest challenge – the changing demands of a much altered Hong Kong

29 Nov 2018 - 4:51PM

The Victoria Recreation Club has survived wars, typhoons and benign dictatorship, but now, after 169 years, it must face its biggest challenge – the changing demands of a much altered Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s ‘recreational clubs’ are remnants of its colonial past; what does that mean for their future?
Why Hong Kong’s private clubs deserve their ‘cushy’ rental deals – today more so than ever

Private recreational clubs are a part of Hong Kong’s evolving history and have contributed to nurturing less-popular sports as well as a unique hybrid culture.

9 Mar 2018 - 6:49PM

Private recreational clubs are a part of Hong Kong’s evolving history and have contributed to nurturing less-popular sports as well as a unique hybrid culture.

Why Hong Kong’s private clubs deserve their ‘cushy’ rental deals – today more so than ever
Coin stash that puts new spin on China’s 100 years of humiliation

Inside a nondescript Hong Kong warehouse sit seven tons of Qing dynasty coins – proof, their owner says, that it was the imperial monetary system, not the opium trade, that brought China low in the 19th century

15 Nov 2017 - 9:28AM

Inside a nondescript Hong Kong warehouse sit seven tons of Qing dynasty coins – proof, their owner says, that it was the imperial monetary system, not the opium trade, that brought China low in the 19th century

Coin stash that puts new spin on China’s 100 years of humiliation
Asean at 50 is a model that has aged surprisingly well
Region in the grips of Internet explosion
The numbers game
31 May 2002 - 12:00AM
The numbers game
Secretive task force set to launch power shake-up
Jiang moves cloud US trip status
Military's new PR battle yet to win over Pentagon
Buffing a tarnished firm
14 Aug 2002 - 12:00AM
Buffing a tarnished firm
Tending to Hong Kong's soul
6 Aug 2002 - 12:00AM
Tending to Hong Kong's soul
Business-friendly scheme to save Shangri-La
Learning to thrive with the 'enemy'
The story behind the Asian miracle
US stance may spur Asean drive
22 Jul 2002 - 12:00AM
US stance may spur Asean drive
Healing the rift
18 Jun 2003 - 12:00AM
Healing the rift
Troubled beaches
27 Sep 2003 - 12:00AM
Troubled beaches
Race for bottom
2 Aug 2002 - 12:00AM
Race for bottom
Fong So's world
10 Jul 2003 - 12:00AM
Fong So's world
Art of war
1 Nov 2003 - 12:00AM
Art of war
Conspiracy theory as safe as houses
Tread lightly
27 Aug 2003 - 12:00AM
Tread lightly
Concerted chaos
8 Nov 2003 - 12:00AM
Concerted chaos
Evolution, not revolution
26 Apr 2003 - 12:00AM
Evolution, not revolution
Unwelcome guests
2 Oct 2003 - 12:00AM
Unwelcome guests
Diplomacy business
13 Dec 2003 - 12:00AM
Diplomacy business
Making a difference
5 Jul 2003 - 12:00AM
Making a difference
Assault the heavens
24 Jan 2004 - 12:00AM
Assault the heavens
From good to great
3 Mar 2004 - 12:00AM
From good to great
Loving China
14 Feb 2004 - 12:00AM
Loving China