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Why India’s anti-corruption drive may be a better model for others than China’s campaign

While both nations have much to teach other developing countries, India’s approach of fighting corruption through redistribution has the advantage of reducing income inequality and boosting the purchasing power of the poor.

7 May 2018 - 9:11PM

While both nations have much to teach other developing countries, India’s approach of fighting corruption through redistribution has the advantage of reducing income inequality and boosting the purchasing power of the poor.

Why India’s anti-corruption drive may be a better model for others than China’s campaign
Hong Kong needs to better address age discrimination in the workplace
Hong Kong’s middle class priced out of the housing market

Housing has been a vital source of stress for most middle-class Hong Kong residents. No doubt, the government has repeatedly introduced cooling measures to ease the property market, but it seems that the sandwich class is being overlooked.

3 Jun 2014 - 1:33AM

Housing has been a vital source of stress for most middle-class Hong Kong residents. No doubt, the government has repeatedly introduced cooling measures to ease the property market, but it seems that the sandwich class is being overlooked.

Hong Kong’s middle class priced out of the housing market
More work needed on proposal to extend Hong Kong civil servant retirement age

Earlier this month, the secretary for the civil service launched a four-month public consultation exercise on the extension of the service of civil servants. 

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

Earlier this month, the secretary for the civil service launched a four-month public consultation exercise on the extension of the service of civil servants. 

More work needed on proposal to extend Hong Kong civil servant retirement age
Hongkongers should be able to have a family life and a good career

As a typical modern society, Hong Kong is characterised by heavy workloads, a fast work pace and long hours. Work and family are the two major domains of life; however, an imbalance contributes to a conflict between the two.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

As a typical modern society, Hong Kong is characterised by heavy workloads, a fast work pace and long hours. Work and family are the two major domains of life; however, an imbalance contributes to a conflict between the two.

Hongkongers should be able to have a family life and a good career