Edith Terry

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.

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Opinion | Passion for Hong Kong should guide protesters to initiate a way out of the deadlock

Most would-be advisers look to the Hong Kong government to take the first step, but why not the protesters? A leadership council could be convened and a meeting called, inviting all stakeholders to commit to a way forward for Hong Kong’s future.

Most would-be advisers look to the Hong Kong government to take the first step, but why not the protesters? A leadership council could be convened and a meeting called, inviting all stakeholders to commit to a way forward for Hong Kong’s future.

19 Aug 2019 - 6:20AM
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

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
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.

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
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

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

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