Marcelo Duhalde
Marcelo Duhalde
Hong Kong
Associate Creative Director
Marcelo Duhalde joined the Post as its infographic designer in 2016, having worked previously as the deputy infographic editor at the Times of Oman. Duhalde has won more than 90 Society for News Design awards, 17 Malofiej medals, one Peter Sullivan's best of show (2015) and four gold medals at the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers awards. His work has been published in several books, magazines, and infographic and data visualisation websites in Europe, Asia and the Americas.

The United States has the world’s largest national debt at US$31.4 trillion and its debt-to-GDP ratio also ranks among the highest in the world. Here is a visual guide to help understand the size of this eye-popping figure.

Nepal’s Yeti Airlines plane crash that killed 72 highlighted the dangers of flying in Nepal. The Himalayan nation has seen dozens of crashes in recent decades, in part due to difficult terrain, sudden weather changes and ageing planes.


After three years of cancellations, fans are ready for one of the most popular annual sporting events in Asia for great rugby and plenty of fun.

The uncontrolled passion of the fans and the disproportionate use of police force set up a death trap for hundreds of people.

An ancient practice, suitable only for people with nerves of steel, remains alive and well in a modern city full of skyscrapers.

Smaller than a prison cell, more than 200,000 people live in extremely cramped conditions and spend years waiting for public rental housing.

The world’s dependence on China for goods comes into sharp focus as the coronavirus pandemic lays bare vulnerabilities in the global supply chain.

The strict measures to maintain the barrier between 60 thousand participants and the Chinese population during the weeks of competitions.

Scientists worldwide are racing to establish if current treatments and vaccines are effective against the new Omicron Covid-19 variant as governments try to slow its spread by tightening border controls.

China has a larger military budget and more troops. But the Himalayan conditions could be just as decisive in an armed conflict with India.

Many countries must reckon with histories of systemic racism and injustice, as well as the ugliest aspects of colonialism, including slavery, which brought millions of Africans to the New World.

Without firing a single shot, 20 Indian soldiers died in the Galwan Valley when troops from the nuclear-armed nations fought with bare fists, sticks and stones.