Gareth Nicholson

Hong Kong

Gareth Nicholson

Senior Editor, Technology

Gareth is a senior news editor on the Technology desk. He is a former managing editor for the EIU’s thought leadership division in Asia. He moved to Hong Kong with Reuters in 2003 and later joined Bloomberg as a finance editor. He also worked as an investment writer with Fidelity, BlackRock and JP Morgan.

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Opinion | The Hong Kong we all love is a gateway between East and West, and protesters are fighting to keep it that way

Most protesters are not motivated by a hatred of China or mainlanders, but encroachments on ‘one country, two systems’. Beijing’s increasing authoritarianism is at odds with liberal Hongkongers who refuse to surrender their rights.

12 Dec 2019 - 6:30AM

Most protesters are not motivated by a hatred of China or mainlanders, but encroachments on ‘one country, two systems’. Beijing’s increasing authoritarianism is at odds with liberal Hongkongers who refuse to surrender their rights.

The Hong Kong we all love is a gateway between East and West, and protesters are fighting to keep it that way
‘Cloud infrastructure is critical to the future of society’ and Alibaba wants to play its part, says CEO Daniel Zhang

The e-commerce giant is enabling more companies in China and around the world become digital, data-driven enterprises through its cloud computing operations.

28 Nov 2019 - 4:23PM

The e-commerce giant is enabling more companies in China and around the world become digital, data-driven enterprises through its cloud computing operations.

‘Cloud infrastructure is critical to the future of society’ and Alibaba wants to play its part, says CEO Daniel Zhang
Huawei’s Guo ups the ante in 5G war of words, accusing the US of wanting to suppress a rising competitor

Huawei’s rotating chairman says US attacks can be explained by Washington’s realisation that the US has fallen behind in development of a critical, strategic technology.

28 Feb 2019 - 12:30PM

Huawei’s rotating chairman says US attacks can be explained by Washington’s realisation that the US has fallen behind in development of a critical, strategic technology.

Huawei’s Guo ups the ante in 5G war of words, accusing the US of wanting to suppress a rising competitor
Facebook at 15: Zuckerberg, privacy, fake news and China
Amazon and Supermicro back Tim Cook and call for Bloomberg to withdraw China chip hack story
Google CEO says China search engine would serve 99 per cent of queries, takes a swipe at Baidu
New Zealand customs officers now have the power to demand passwords to digital devices
China travel giant Ctrip wants to book a bigger seat in international markets with Trip.com brand