Eric Stryson

Eric Stryson is managing director of the Global Institute For Tomorrow.
Eric Stryson
Eric Stryson is managing director of the Global Institute For Tomorrow.

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Opinion | Hong Kong’s fear over the extradition law is neither unique nor new. Remember the Treaty of Wanghia

Hongkongers’ fight against a proposed law that would open the door to politically-motivated exploitation should be understood in the wider context of history. The first China-US diplomatic treaty signed 175 years ago offers lessons on extraterritorial law enforcement and the Chinese imperative for sovereignty.

9 Jul 2019 - 8:44PM

Hongkongers’ fight against a proposed law that would open the door to politically-motivated exploitation should be understood in the wider context of history. The first China-US diplomatic treaty signed 175 years ago offers lessons on extraterritorial law enforcement and the Chinese imperative for sovereignty.

Hong Kong’s fear over the extradition law is neither unique nor new. Remember the Treaty of Wanghia
Finding sufficient land won’t solve Hong Kong’s housing crisis on its own, and it may not even be the most pressing issue

To combat the housing crisis, Hong Kong should be tackling policy issues such as overhauling the dependence on land sales for revenue, tackling unaffordability and setting up a housing bureau

27 Apr 2018 - 9:05PM

To combat the housing crisis, Hong Kong should be tackling policy issues such as overhauling the dependence on land sales for revenue, tackling unaffordability and setting up a housing bureau

Finding sufficient land won’t solve Hong Kong’s housing crisis on its own, and it may not even be the most pressing issue
Forget the US and Europe, Hong Kong’s entrepreneurs need to look to the region for the best opportunities
Overdosing on virtual connections

A decade ago, all the talk was about the digital divide leaving behind millions of poor people. Today, that has been replaced by a modern drug of choice for the masses - digital crack.

14 Feb 2013 - 1:29AM

A decade ago, all the talk was about the digital divide leaving behind millions of poor people. Today, that has been replaced by a modern drug of choice for the masses - digital crack.

Overdosing on virtual connections