Kenny Hodgart

Formerly a staff journalist at SCMP, Kenny Hodgart has lived in Hong Kong since 2011. He comes from Scotland, which remains part of the United Kingdom, but his views are almost exclusively his own. He suffers from status anxiety more than some but less than others.
Kenny Hodgart
Formerly a staff journalist at SCMP, Kenny Hodgart has lived in Hong Kong since 2011. He comes from Scotland, which remains part of the United Kingdom, but his views are almost exclusively his own. He suffers from status anxiety more than some but less than others.

Latest from Kenny Hodgart

Why it’s always rush hour in Hong Kong
Who to snog, marry and avoid at the G20 – or, the essential guide to international relations
Confused by Hong Kong politics? Here’s all you need to know, right down to the basics
Madman or extremist? When innocents die, there are no clear distinctions
Brexit may represent the final rejection of Tony Blair’s legacy of globalisation
A toast to Xi Jinping’s crackdown on China’s ingrained drinking culture
If Britain does leave the EU, it will be a mess of David Cameron’s own making
Wish you weren’t here: an end to mass tourism and the age of democratic travel?
Very rude? On the contrary, the Queen was probably just trying to be polite
Stop telling me women run things better than men
Tokyo’s Olympic organisers are smarter than the PR hustlers think
AI is coming, are we training our students for a world where robots work for free?
What’s really driving China’s ambition to buy out Hollywood and win the World Cup?
Ugly populism is not an argument against democracy – in America or Hong Kong
I read the newspaper so you don’t have to, and it’s full of bad news
All that glitters is not a golden era for Sino-British relations as nuclear plant stalls
Note to Henry Tang: Hongkongers have no interest in increasing mainland tourist numbers
Five of the best tales of non-Chinese censorship
Timidity over free speech is a gift to political authoritarians
Hong Kong may be a little insecure, but it's no 'slave'
Scotland triads under the scanner as new probe launched into Chinese businessman's murder

Reports last month of a new probe into the 30-year-old unsolved murder of a Chinese businessman in Glasgow brought back memories of a bygone age.

7 Nov 2015 - 8:56PM

Reports last month of a new probe into the 30-year-old unsolved murder of a Chinese businessman in Glasgow brought back memories of a bygone age.

Scotland triads under the scanner as new probe launched into Chinese businessman's murder
Mapping Ai Weiwei: Crowds flock for glimpse of artist's 'readymade' at London retrospective
7 things that (probably) won’t happen during Xi Jinping’s state visit to Britain
Whisky vs Pocari Sweat: Scots and Japanese are locked in a new space race
The good, the bad, the wacky of China: in praise of the Post's ‘Around the Nation’ news
Hogging an industry: Chinese conglomerate’s pork prerogative gets under noses of poor Americans
Zero-sum game: how the positivity industry prefers us to worry
Overheard at the Foreign Correspondents' Club: A handful of vignettes from Hong Kong's media hangout
If Scotland 'could' make it on her own, what about Hong Kong?
More to life than money: the gospel according to the famous Mr Magic Miracles, mover and healer