Eugene Tang
Eugene Tang
Hong Kong
Editor, Business
Eugene Tang has been a business journalist since 1994 and has 16 years experience in China, including 10 years building and managing a bilingual news operation as editor and Bloomberg's China Bureau Chief. Before joining the Post, Eugene was product director of institutional news and Factiva products at Dow Jones/Wall St Journal. As Business Editor, he is responsible for coverage of markets, banking and finance, property and industries.

Shan Weijian was the co-managing partner of San Francisco-based private-equity firm Newbridge Capital when it took over a controlling stake in Shenzhen Development Bank in 2005.


In this edition of the Global Impact newsletter, we look back at the highlights from the Global Financial Leaders’ Investment Summit and ponders what it means for Hong Kong’s future as a global financial hub.


In this issue of Global Impact, we recap the recent run of hot weather that offers more evidence of climate change and looks at what can be done.

In this issue of Global Impact, we look back at the day, when over 22 million people in Shanghai were allowed to resume their daily lives and over 2.5 million businesses were given free rein to operate as China's commercial hub lifted its two-month long lockdown. 

In this issue of Global Impact, we bring you up to speed on the current state of the property sector in China and on what the future looks like after a turbulent time.

In this issue of Global Impact, we look back at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, more commonly referred to as COP26, and to the future of the global crisis that is climate change. 

In this issue of Global Impact, we take a look at the latest crisis to have befallen China’s property industry, and particularly, China Evergrande Group, after an ambitious debt-fuelled expansion plan hatched four years ago left the company battling for its very survival.

In this issue of Global Impact, we look at how China's electricity curbs coincided with World News Day this year focusing on the 'The Climate Crisis'.

The unprecedented weather and natural events of the past have signalled the significant impact of the climate on our lives and livelihoods, and the Post is committed to give the climate change crisis the attention it deserves.

In this issue of Global Impact, we look at what is the future for Chinese tech firms who want to list overseas after Didi Chuxing was put under the country’s first-ever cybersecurity review. 

In this issue of Global Impact, we take a look at how Hong Kong's recovering property market is spilling over to ever-higher prices for new homes, lived-in apartments, rental charges for shops, and even the price of car-parking bays.

In this issue of Global Impact, we takes a look at the future of the Hong Kong stock exchange under its new leadership of CEO Nicolas Aguzin. 

This week, the Global Impact newsletter takes a closer look at how the wealthy fared during the coronavirus and the impact of the rising wealth gap on Hong Kong.

In the first part of a new series on housing problems, the Post examines how the issue of high land prices is linked to government financing and the low-tax environment.

Ma, the co-founder of Asia’s most valuable company and one of China’s most recognisable names, will remain Alibaba’s executive chairman for 12 months until September 10, 2019.

Ma will remain executive chairman while the plan is carried out. A New York Times report that said he was “stepping down” to “retire” was out of context, and factually wrong, an Alibaba spokesman said

The automotive world’s turnaround wunderkind and globalist par excellence says the industry’s future lies in services that combine technology and engines with applications

Stock exchange officials from New York, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore are trying to pitch their bourses on what would probably be the largest global initial public offering in four years

The Hong Kong dollar, the biggest loser among a dozen Asian currencies against the euro last year, weakened to 7.8499 per US dollar on Wednesday, the weakest level since 1983.

US President Donald Trump is mulling a so-called reciprocal tax on imports to help America narrow its US$375 billion trade deficit with China, and he won’t back off until the imbalance “moves in the right direction,” his former chief of staff told the South China Morning Post.

Typhoons, truck drivers and, most of all, tiredness all threatened to derail the efforts of three adventurers on their seven-day bike across Japan, but they lived to tell the tale. Here is their advice for others considering similar journeys