Ming Wong

Ming Wong is senior vice-president, Asia Pacific, at United Way Worldwide. [email protected]

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Opinion | Hong Kong businesses can help to end the street protests, by putting stakeholders above shareholders

A profit-at-any-cost corporate mindset has created deep inequalities that are a major factor behind the protests roiling Hong Kong. Companies that can invest in people and focus on delivering value to society will be initiating a paradigm shift that will ultimately benefit shareholders.

8 Sep 2019 - 1:30PM

A profit-at-any-cost corporate mindset has created deep inequalities that are a major factor behind the protests roiling Hong Kong. Companies that can invest in people and focus on delivering value to society will be initiating a paradigm shift that will ultimately benefit shareholders.

Hong Kong businesses can help to end the street protests, by putting stakeholders above shareholders
A good policy on crowdfunding will enhance Hong Kong's role as global financial centre
Hong Kong must break out of its silo mentality to heal social divisions

The impasse between the government and supporters of the Occupy Central movement can be traced to two problems: silo thinking and a divided mindset.

25 Oct 2014 - 2:34AM

The impasse between the government and supporters of the Occupy Central movement can be traced to two problems: silo thinking and a divided mindset.

Hong Kong must break out of its silo mentality to heal social divisions
John Tsang should make our money work harder - through impact investing

Financial Secretary John Tsang Chun-wah has done Hong Kong a great disservice with his alarmist view that our fiscal reserves will be depleted in 20 years, following Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying's announcement the government will spend up to HK$20 billion per year on measures to alleviate poverty.

27 Jan 2014 - 3:21AM

Financial Secretary John Tsang Chun-wah has done Hong Kong a great disservice with his alarmist view that our fiscal reserves will be depleted in 20 years, following Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying's announcement the government will spend up to HK$20 billion per year on measures to alleviate poverty.

John Tsang should make our money work harder - through impact investing
Social enterprise funds should help avoid poverty, not just alleviate it
Narrow minds hamper Hong Kong's search for social innovation

Hong Kong today faces unprecedented challenges hindering its pursuit of a better and more sustainable future. Persistent environmental problems along with social issues, including our worsening wealth gap, lack of affordable housing, ageing population and growing community discontent, hold us back even as our city continues to garner top spots in many world competitiveness surveys.

5 Sep 2013 - 2:57AM

Hong Kong today faces unprecedented challenges hindering its pursuit of a better and more sustainable future. Persistent environmental problems along with social issues, including our worsening wealth gap, lack of affordable housing, ageing population and growing community discontent, hold us back even as our city continues to garner top spots in many world competitiveness surveys.

Narrow minds hamper Hong Kong's search for social innovation