Julia Hollingsworth

Julia Hollingsworth was a reporter with the South China Morning Post. Before coming to SCMP, she studied Mandarin at Tsinghua University, Beijing, and worked in New Zealand as a general news reporter for Australian Associated Press.
Julia Hollingsworth
Julia Hollingsworth was a reporter with the South China Morning Post. Before coming to SCMP, she studied Mandarin at Tsinghua University, Beijing, and worked in New Zealand as a general news reporter for Australian Associated Press.

Latest from Julia Hollingsworth

Hong Kong’s mooncakes: the taste test

Three dedicated SCMP reporters sample a range of mooncakes for the Mid Autumn Festival.

27 Nov 2017 - 2:52PM

Three dedicated SCMP reporters sample a range of mooncakes for the Mid Autumn Festival.

Hong Kong’s mooncakes: the taste test
Rurik Jutting, British banker jailed over Hong Kong double murder, to appeal conviction

Former high-flyer in U-turn after telling court he would not appeal convictions, for murders of two Indonesian women

16 Oct 2017 - 9:08AM

Former high-flyer in U-turn after telling court he would not appeal convictions, for murders of two Indonesian women

Rurik Jutting, British banker jailed over Hong Kong double murder, to appeal conviction
Legal entitlements of Hong Kong’s same-sex couples unlikely to change, experts say
Spies and a magic weapon: why are Australia, NZ so suspicious of China?
New Zealand’s election: bad news for Chinese immigration?
Hooters in Hong Kong bounces back after paying over HK$1 million in overdue rent
It’s official: Hong Kong sweltered through record-breaking summer
Hong Kong not equipping students for the future as well as Singapore or South Korea, study says

Hong Kong youth may lose out on jobs as a result, says Economist Intelligence Unit, calling on government to do more ahead of big changes in the economy

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Hong Kong youth may lose out on jobs as a result, says Economist Intelligence Unit, calling on government to do more ahead of big changes in the economy

Hong Kong not equipping students for the future as well as Singapore or South Korea, study says
Lads’ mags, disasters and cities full of hermits: the world through the eyes of novelist Lolita Hu
Hongkongers warned to stay out of sun as mercury hits 35 degrees Celsius and air quality plunges
Next stop Ellen DeGeneres for Hong Kong singer Celine Tam after America’s Got Talent fame
London School of Economics ‘concerned’ for its student Alex Chow after Hong Kong activist jailed
Fans outraged as Hong Kong child star Celine Tam fails to reach finals of America’s Got Talent
Who is the ‘crazy American’ behind Svalbardi’s HK$950 iceberg water in Hong Kong?
Can Celine Tam make it to America’s Got Talent finals after being slammed by judge Mel B for second time?
Hong Kong plagued by haze and smog as new typhoon threat looms
Woman rescued from Hong Kong temple furnace dies
HK$950 bottled water made from polar glaciers, pulled from Hong Kong shelves
Hooters in Hong Kong sees figures go pear-shaped as landlord demands HK$1 million in unpaid rent
Hong Kong whisky festival toasts two-thirds jump in attendance
Raising a star: is the Hong Kong fame game good for children?
Hong Kong sees 35.6 per cent growth in number of gyms despite high-profile players going bust
The non-Chinese cashing in on Australia’s booming daigou business
Daigou down under: the Chinese shopping trend taking Australia by storm (and a public listing to boot)
Hong Kong residents told to limit time outdoors as serious air pollution hits city
More bad weather on the way as another tropical storm threatens Hong Kong
Cost to rescue two stranded hikers in Hong Kong runs into hundreds of thousands
Hikers underestimate danger of ‘suicide cliff’ in Hong Kong, experts warn, after tourists trapped during tropical storm
42 aborted landings at Hong Kong International Airport as Severe Tropical Storm Pakhar causes flight chaos
Chinese soldiers on the front line as Macau faces new threat from Severe Tropical Storm Pakhar

Dramatic scene plays out as city faces serious flooding only days after most powerful typhoon to hit city in half a century left 10 people dead

27 Aug 2017 - 9:19PM

Dramatic scene plays out as city faces serious flooding only days after most powerful typhoon to hit city in half a century left 10 people dead

Chinese soldiers on the front line as Macau faces new threat from Severe Tropical Storm Pakhar