Josh Ye

Josh is a multimedia journalist covering business and technology news at the South China Morning Post. He joined the Post in 2016 as a cadet reporter, and has previously covered community news in Pittsburgh for two years during his undergraduate study at the University of Pittsburgh. He has a degree in philosophy, nonfiction writing and Asian studies. Follow him on twitter at @TheRealJoshYe.
Josh Ye
Josh is a multimedia journalist covering business and technology news at the South China Morning Post. He joined the Post in 2016 as a cadet reporter, and has previously covered community news in Pittsburgh for two years during his undergraduate study at the University of Pittsburgh. He has a degree in philosophy, nonfiction writing and Asian studies. Follow him on twitter at @TheRealJoshYe.

Latest from Josh Ye

Sun Hung Kai sells out at Mount Regency as new buyers snap up new homes before mortgages rise
Baidu's AI adventure
23 Apr 2018 - 10:46AM
Baidu's AI adventure
Why Hong Kong pegs its currency to the US dollar
What's behind Xiaomi's meteoric rise?
Electric carmaker BYD buffeted by subsidy cuts

Shenzhen-based firm hit with a 19.5pc crash in net annual profit to US$647.05m last year

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

Shenzhen-based firm hit with a 19.5pc crash in net annual profit to US$647.05m last year

Electric carmaker BYD buffeted by subsidy cuts
How agents are helping investors buy into initial coin offerings, despite their ban in China

‘Where there’s demand, there will be supply … If there are gains to be made, then people will take risks,’ says vice-president of the Hong Kong Blockchain Society, of the enduring appeal of cryptocurrency offerings

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

‘Where there’s demand, there will be supply … If there are gains to be made, then people will take risks,’ says vice-president of the Hong Kong Blockchain Society, of the enduring appeal of cryptocurrency offerings

How agents are helping investors buy into initial coin offerings, despite their ban in China
Alibaba and Ford unveil car vending machine in Guangzhou

Buyers can be driving away a Mustang in under 10 minutes, without a car salesman in sight. Other machines planned for Beijing and Hangzhou

3 Jul 2018 - 10:04PM

Buyers can be driving away a Mustang in under 10 minutes, without a car salesman in sight. Other machines planned for Beijing and Hangzhou

Alibaba and Ford unveil car vending machine in Guangzhou
SFC identifies deficiencies by lead IPO underwriters

Chief executive reminds sponsors ‘to comply with the expected standards and the relevant codes, rules and regulations in carrying out their work’

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

Chief executive reminds sponsors ‘to comply with the expected standards and the relevant codes, rules and regulations in carrying out their work’

SFC identifies deficiencies by lead IPO underwriters
Why the US is slapping tariffs on Chinese imports
Hong Kong property firm New World Development joins green financing trend with US$459 million loan
What makes Tencent such a tech goliath?
Indie games are the latest trophies for tech giants in China’s multibillion-dollar gaming market
Emojis - the language of the internet
Deliveroo has no appetite for China’s ‘competitive’ food delivery market
Video: Click farms of phantom users flood China’s US$50 billion online advertising market
Meet China's army of phantom viewers
Fosun gives Cirque du Soleil a second shot at wooing Chinese audiences
To stay relevant, Hong Kong port unveils remote-controlled cranes
This drone is as light as an iPhone and flies as fast as a car
This drone is as light as an iPhone and flies as fast as a car
Tencent takes aim at Apple and Google app stores with WeChat mini program push
Explainer: How big is China’s gaming industry?
WeChat: an app that runs apps including a fake news debunker
It takes 556 days of computing and a hefty electricity bill to mine a single bitcoin. Is it worth it?

The prices of crypto mining computers have risen with soaring bitcoin prices, prompting some enthusiasts to mine for Ethereum and other alternatives.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

The prices of crypto mining computers have risen with soaring bitcoin prices, prompting some enthusiasts to mine for Ethereum and other alternatives.

It takes 556 days of computing and a hefty electricity bill to mine a single bitcoin. Is it worth it?
How big is China's gaming industry?
Explainer: Why does it take so long and cost so much to trade bitcoin?
Will anyone still buy coffee with bitcoin? Digital currency’s surge impairs its usefulness in real life
What to expect as Chinese firms crash America's biggest tech party
How good was 2017 for stocks in Hong Kong?
How good was 2017 for stocks in Hong Kong?