Linda Lew

Born in China and raised in New Zealand, Linda joined the Post as a reporter in 2018. Previously, she freelanced for Chinese technology media site TechNode. She holds bachelor's degrees in Arts and Commerce from the University of Auckland, and has an MA in global business journalism from Tsinghua University.
Linda Lew
Born in China and raised in New Zealand, Linda joined the Post as a reporter in 2018. Previously, she freelanced for Chinese technology media site TechNode. She holds bachelor's degrees in Arts and Commerce from the University of Auckland, and has an MA in global business journalism from Tsinghua University.

Latest from Linda Lew

Stock trading kicks off in the Year of the Pig
Gaming company NetDragon is betting big on China’s US$64 billion online education market
Movie ticketing app Maoyan Entertainment goes public
Tencent-backed Chinese movie ticketing app Maoyan drops by 1.4 per cent on Hong Kong trading debut

Maoyan Entertainment, China’s biggest movie ticketing app, dropped by just over 1 per cent on its closely watched trading debut on Monday in Hong Kong.

4 Feb 2019 - 1:32PM
Tencent-backed Chinese movie ticketing app Maoyan drops by 1.4 per cent on Hong Kong trading debut

Maoyan Entertainment, China’s biggest movie ticketing app, dropped by just over 1 per cent on its closely watched trading debut on Monday in Hong Kong.

China’s travel bug has taken on a social media tinge, and that means experience-focused holidays ... and less shopping

More than ever, Chinese tourists are seeking out holiday experiences that can be shared on social media.

1 Feb 2019 - 9:46AM
China’s travel bug has taken on a social media tinge, and that means experience-focused holidays ... and less shopping

More than ever, Chinese tourists are seeking out holiday experiences that can be shared on social media.

Vinda net profit rises 4.6 per cent, as product price hike helps offset higher pulp costs

Vinda, the maker of China’s bestselling brand of toilet paper, reports 2018 net profit rose 4.6 per cent to US$82.76 million

1 Feb 2019 - 6:01AM
Vinda net profit rises 4.6 per cent, as product price hike helps offset higher pulp costs

Vinda, the maker of China’s bestselling brand of toilet paper, reports 2018 net profit rose 4.6 per cent to US$82.76 million

Hong Kong loses out to mainland China, Singapore when it comes to marketing, financial sector pay, survey shows

Senior sales and marketing managers in China paid at least double than their Hong Kong counterparts.

31 Jan 2019 - 9:09AM
Hong Kong loses out to mainland China, Singapore when it comes to marketing, financial sector pay, survey shows

Senior sales and marketing managers in China paid at least double than their Hong Kong counterparts.

China Gingko Education Group rings the gong at Hong Kong Stock Exchange
Hong Kong’s smaller businesses think ‘we’re too small to be hacked’ despite hacking experience, insurer finds

Seven out of 10 smaller business in Hong Kong said they had experienced a cybersecurity incident. Only about half carry insurance to cover losses, insurer’s survey finds.

17 Jan 2019 - 10:27PM
Hong Kong’s smaller businesses think ‘we’re too small to be hacked’ despite hacking experience, insurer finds

Seven out of 10 smaller business in Hong Kong said they had experienced a cybersecurity incident. Only about half carry insurance to cover losses, insurer’s survey finds.

Apple’s Taiwanese component suppliers track iPhone maker’s fluctuating stock market fortunes

Apple’s Taiwan-based suppliers could be hit the hardest by a recent slump in its stock. About 15 per cent of the 195 globally listed companies that supply Apple are based in Taiwan – including five of the iPhone maker’s biggest suppliers.

7 Jan 2019 - 10:50PM
Apple’s Taiwanese component suppliers track iPhone maker’s fluctuating stock market fortunes

Apple’s Taiwan-based suppliers could be hit the hardest by a recent slump in its stock. About 15 per cent of the 195 globally listed companies that supply Apple are based in Taiwan – including five of the iPhone maker’s biggest suppliers.

Citibank thinks Hong Kong stocks can claw their way back from painful slide. Here’s how

Citibank sees a rally ahead, with a boost from an end to the US-China trade war and stimulative policies out of Beijing. Macau gambling and Hong Kong commercial real estate could outperform, it said.

2 Jan 2019 - 10:45PM
Citibank thinks Hong Kong stocks can claw their way back from painful slide. Here’s how

Citibank sees a rally ahead, with a boost from an end to the US-China trade war and stimulative policies out of Beijing. Macau gambling and Hong Kong commercial real estate could outperform, it said.

Chinese customers flock to Canada Goose’s first China flagship store opening despite calls for boycott

After a delay amid tensions over Huawei executive’s arrest, high-end jacket maker opens its first physical store in China, the world’s largest luxury market.

31 Dec 2018 - 10:52PM
Chinese customers flock to Canada Goose’s first China flagship store opening despite calls for boycott

After a delay amid tensions over Huawei executive’s arrest, high-end jacket maker opens its first physical store in China, the world’s largest luxury market.

SCMP The Interview: Liza Wang on how China’s reform and opening up has played out for Hong Kong entertainment
US Navy had 18 unsafe encounters with China’s military over last two years
Superstar football coach José Mourinho sacked by Manchester United
Chinese President Xi Jinping speaks at reform and opening up conference
Claw crane business booms in Taiwan
Pest to protein: China processes waste with cockroaches
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou released on US$7.5m bail
Dog survives California wildfire, guards home for weeks while waiting for owner