Laura Ma

Laura Ma is the Post's social media producer in New York. Previously, she was one of the Post's homepage editors and a digital producer in Hong Kong. She has also worked for CNN and the Phnom Penh Post in Cambodia.
Laura Ma
Laura Ma is the Post's social media producer in New York. Previously, she was one of the Post's homepage editors and a digital producer in Hong Kong. She has also worked for CNN and the Phnom Penh Post in Cambodia.

Latest from Laura Ma

Hong Kong protests go global as marchers take to streets in US, Europe and Australia in show of solidarity

Demonstrations draw hundreds in New York and Washington as Hongkongers abroad show their support, in display that Chief Executive Carrie Lam has failed to appease the public at home or abroad.

18 Jun 2019 - 5:09AM

Demonstrations draw hundreds in New York and Washington as Hongkongers abroad show their support, in display that Chief Executive Carrie Lam has failed to appease the public at home or abroad.

Hong Kong protests go global as marchers take to streets in US, Europe and Australia in show of solidarity
Barack Obama plans to move into a house worth HK$50 million ... what’s that get you in Hong Kong (hint: a lot less)?
From Hong Kong to Norway on a bamboo bike: graphic designer set to make history with epic 19,000km trip
Stop wasting time on this trivial issue and start tackling real inequality
Mythbuster: does speaking Cantonese make you a better karaoke singer?
9 MTR by-laws that everyone in Hong Kong has seen broken before
Behind the scenes at Hong Kong International Airport: how we manage 1,100 flights per day
Chinese Superman revealed ... and he’s a Shanghai teenager with attitude
Hong Kong prisoners get more exercise time outside than our schoolchildren, research reveals
Who’s the biggest giver? Top 10 philanthropists in China and the United States
In pictures: Fog, smog and the eerie Hong Kong skyline
#OneDayIWill: Malala Yousafzai and Jane Goodall featured in International Women’s Day Google doodle
Telefishion and the ATV broadcasts that made history for all the wrong reasons

The good, the bad, and the so-bad-it’s-hilarious of Hong Kong’s oldest television station, which goes off air today.

4 Mar 2016 - 9:32AM

The good, the bad, and the so-bad-it’s-hilarious of Hong Kong’s oldest television station, which goes off air today.

Telefishion and the ATV broadcasts that made history for all the wrong reasons
How Trump got Drumpf-ed: the truth behind John Oliver’s epic takedown of the Donald
Internet explodes to celebrate Leonardo DiCaprio finally winning an Oscar
Who can win Hong Kong’s real estate? Blogger’s ‘real prices’ Monopoly board highlights homeownership pipe dream
In pictures: a day at Che Kung Temple celebrating the Lunar New Year in Hong Kong
Lunar New Year fireworks: Best of Hong Kong pyro show on social media from different vantage points
#Fishballrevolution: Hong Kong’s social media users react to violent Mong Kok hawker protest
Money isn’t everything: not all foreign players live up to multimillion-dollar Chinese Super League contracts
What you can buy for the price of a Hong Kong flat: an Italian castle, a Sydney apartment with harbour view or a Dublin townhouse
How orchids and tangerine trees are an enduring tradition of Lunar New Year
Timeline: Hong Kong’s missing booksellers and what we know so far
Who believes China’s narrative on Hong Kong’s missing bookseller mystery?
Pioneers of politics: Tsai Ing-wen joins Asia’s growing list of women who lead their countries
'It was like 9/11': Travellers arriving in Hong Kong from Paris tell of horror at attacks

In the wake of the most violent attack on France since World War II, the first passengers from Paris to land in Hong Kong on were still reeling from grief and shock.

17 Nov 2015 - 12:26PM

In the wake of the most violent attack on France since World War II, the first passengers from Paris to land in Hong Kong on were still reeling from grief and shock.

'It was like 9/11': Travellers arriving in Hong Kong from Paris tell of horror at attacks
Fly through Hong Kong, no chopper necessary with Google Maps' latest feature
Pandas, teahouses and indoor sun: Here are 8 reasons Chengdu beats Shanghai

Chengdu is best known for its pandas, pretty ladies and being a Unesco City of Gastronomy, but it also surprised many this week when it was named the most successful economy of any Chinese city.

16 Sep 2015 - 6:45PM

Chengdu is best known for its pandas, pretty ladies and being a Unesco City of Gastronomy, but it also surprised many this week when it was named the most successful economy of any Chinese city.

Pandas, teahouses and indoor sun: Here are 8 reasons Chengdu beats Shanghai
'We want deal!': Trump fakes Asian accent to mock Chinese and Japanese businessmen at US rally
Oozing with machismo? Hongkongers rate city’s gents as the ‘manliest in Asia’ in new survey

Hong Kong may as well be the macho capital of Asia – or at least, the city’s residents believe so – according to a new online survey rating the sex appeal of men across Asia.

30 Jul 2015 - 8:05PM

Hong Kong may as well be the macho capital of Asia – or at least, the city’s residents believe so – according to a new online survey rating the sex appeal of men across Asia.

Oozing with machismo? Hongkongers rate city’s gents as the ‘manliest in Asia’ in new survey