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‘Disruption needs to take place in Hong Kong’: tourism industry veterans discuss how city can reinvent itself
Cantonese opera expert to report to American boss of Hong Kong’s West Kowloon hub
Hong Kong’s new Chinese opera centre will be run by an American, and local performers aren’t happy

Industry veteran says appointing foreign art director a blow to local performers

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Industry veteran says appointing foreign art director a blow to local performers

Hong Kong’s new Chinese opera centre will be run by an American, and local performers aren’t happy
Growth in Hong Kong home prices slows after ‘spicy’ market restrictions launched
HK$2,600 a day: Hong Kong construction workers get pay rise, but say they don’t have enough work

Union members warn lawmakers against stalling projects for public works, saying that is restricting their hours

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Union members warn lawmakers against stalling projects for public works, saying that is restricting their hours

HK$2,600 a day: Hong Kong construction workers get pay rise, but say they don’t have enough work
Lawmakers, district councillors rally against review of Hong Kong’s milk powder export restrictions
Hong Kong to launch new ‘electronic identification’ as part of ‘smart city’ blueprint
‘Water taxi’ idea floated to boost Hong Kong tourism
Carrie Lam says Wan Chai Sports Ground will be demolished – eventually
Broke and broken, food truck operator calls it quits after losing HK$800,000 in just four months

Owner of Creative Yummy, third operator to exit scheme, says he saw no way to turn business around

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Owner of Creative Yummy, third operator to exit scheme, says he saw no way to turn business around

Broke and broken, food truck operator calls it quits after losing HK$800,000 in just four months
Hong Kong leader doubles R&D expenditure to HK$45 billion for next five years to boost ‘smart city’ innovation
Subsidies for Hong Kong commuters, huge cuts to profits tax to be announced in Carrie Lam’s policy address
High-ranked Beijing official needed to ‘parent’ 11 cities if China’s Greater Bay Area plan is to succeed
Hong Kong’s high-speed cross-border trains unveiled to public amid checkpoint concerns
Hong Kong’s tourism industry about to get a revamp, commerce chief says

While sketchy on the details, Edward Yau says there will be more scrutiny of key businesses and more consumer protection, with specifics to come after chief executive’s policy address

7 Oct 2017 - 5:08AM

While sketchy on the details, Edward Yau says there will be more scrutiny of key businesses and more consumer protection, with specifics to come after chief executive’s policy address

Hong Kong’s tourism industry about to get a revamp, commerce chief says
With exit of third Hong Kong food truck Creative Yummy, can tourism scheme survive?
What is the fallout from the Hong Kong Express ‘golden week’ cancellations debacle?
Hong Kong retail sector marks sixth consecutive month of growth

Recovery, after years of contraction, driven by bigger tourist numbers and surge in luxury sales

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Recovery, after years of contraction, driven by bigger tourist numbers and surge in luxury sales

Hong Kong retail sector marks sixth consecutive month of growth
Tycoon, philanthropist, lover: the many sides of late Hong Kong billionaire Eric Hotung, 91
Their parents went to space, but these silkworms are settling for a secondary school in Hong Kong
Multiple-entry visas to Taiwan available online for Hong Kong permanent residents
Hongkongers face ‘most serious’ traffic delays in mainland China in years at start of ‘super golden week’ holiday
Political rancour and handover events boost Hong Kong’s ‘golden week’ visitor numbers
‘Chinese interference’ a threat to Hong Kong’s ranking as top free market economy, institute says
Protectionism greatest challenge for Greater Bay Area plan, survey shows
‘Better than gold’?: Hong Kong collectors eye HK$100 special edition BOCHK banknotes
Cruise lines bear extra costs and anger in turbulent Hong Kong typhoon season
European fintech deals indicate change of stance towards booming industry by conservative Hong Kong
‘Loud music, no phone, no ID card’: Hong Kong buyers report sales tactics of travel agent
Singapore operator oBike rides into Hong Kong with 1,000 shared bicycles