Muhammad Cohen

Muhammad Cohen is a contributor to Forbes Asia, Editor at Large of Inside Asian Gaming and wrote Hong Kong On Air, a novel set during the 1997 handover about TV news, love, betrayal, high finance and cheap lingerie.
Muhammad Cohen
Muhammad Cohen is a contributor to Forbes Asia, Editor at Large of Inside Asian Gaming and wrote Hong Kong On Air, a novel set during the 1997 handover about TV news, love, betrayal, high finance and cheap lingerie.

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I never escaped the violence: Fatima Bhutto on her new novel The Runaways

The daughter of Pakistani political martyr Murtaza Bhutto draws on her own journey for her novel, The Runaways

25 Nov 2018 - 8:25PM

The daughter of Pakistani political martyr Murtaza Bhutto draws on her own journey for her novel, The Runaways

I never escaped the violence: Fatima Bhutto on her new novel The Runaways
Pachinko king Kazuo Okada denies charges in Hong Kong arrest

Japanese billionaire who helped Steve Wynn build his casino empire vows to regain control of his company, Universal Entertainment.

16 Jan 2019 - 12:01PM

Japanese billionaire who helped Steve Wynn build his casino empire vows to regain control of his company, Universal Entertainment.

Pachinko king Kazuo Okada denies charges in Hong Kong arrest
Are Macau casinos playing a losing hand in Japan?

Even if Tokyo takes a bet on casinos, it may not require outside help to create them.

16 Jan 2019 - 11:56AM

Even if Tokyo takes a bet on casinos, it may not require outside help to create them.

Are Macau casinos playing a losing hand in Japan?
Hijab-wearing stand-up comic fights Islamic extremism in Indonesia using laughter as her weapon

Inspired by the late Robin Williams and motivated by rising religious intolerance in Indonesia, comedian and activist Sakdiyah Ma’ruf says cracking jokes is one way to open closed minds

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

Inspired by the late Robin Williams and motivated by rising religious intolerance in Indonesia, comedian and activist Sakdiyah Ma’ruf says cracking jokes is one way to open closed minds

Hijab-wearing stand-up comic fights Islamic extremism in Indonesia using laughter as her weapon
No sign of Bali volcano, but it has already destroyed this
How the Venetian made Macau great again
Five ways the Venetian changed Macau – and the world
What’s brought the high rollers back to Macau?
The Hong Kong-Singapore rivalry: forget finance and shopping, is literature next?
Why did Singapore writers festival bar a Singlish novel on girls looking for white western husbands?
Macau junkets are finally on a roll, but will it last?
How Bali’s winemakers are battling Islamisation – and sour grapes