Leonard K. Cheng

Leonard K. Cheng

Leonard K. Cheng is president and chair professor of economics of Lingnan University, Hong Kong. His research interests are in applied game theory, market structure, currency crisis, international trade and investment, technological innovation and imitation, and China’s inward and outward foreign direct investment.

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Opinion | Never mind the coronavirus, Trump’s America is still going full throttle in its attacks on Huawei

The US obsession with Huawei can only be understood in light of its national security goals – it means to thwart China’s rise as a world power by means fair or foul.

15 Apr 2020 - 9:01AM

The US obsession with Huawei can only be understood in light of its national security goals – it means to thwart China’s rise as a world power by means fair or foul.

Never mind the coronavirus, Trump’s America is still going full throttle in its attacks on Huawei
Technology is a useful servant, but we can’t let it master us or our children

Educators have a responsibility to train children to be conscientious users of technology, particularly social media, to protect them from overuse, false information, echo chambers and social division.

13 Feb 2018 - 10:40AM

Educators have a responsibility to train children to be conscientious users of technology, particularly social media, to protect them from overuse, false information, echo chambers and social division.

Technology is a useful servant, but we can’t let it master us or our children
Hong Kong student activism is one thing; disrespecting others’ views is quite another

With the privilege of higher education comes responsibility: students should practise tolerance, and remember that how we disagree is a litmus test of a civilised society.

19 Jan 2018 - 7:09PM

With the privilege of higher education comes responsibility: students should practise tolerance, and remember that how we disagree is a litmus test of a civilised society.

Hong Kong student activism is one thing; disrespecting others’ views is quite another