Pauline Yeung

Pauline Yeung

Pauline Yeung is programme director at the Asia Business Council. She began her career at Morgan Stanley and previously served as political assistant to Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury in the Hong Kong SAR government. She is an arts enthusiast, a proud polyglot, and a keen observer of international affairs.

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The View | Three reasons Hong Kong’s next government should strengthen ties with Japan and South Korea

The new Hong Kong administration should build on the city’s strengths to enable business partnerships and cultural and educational exchange that connect Hong Kong and mainland China with Japan and South Korea.

The new Hong Kong administration should build on the city’s strengths to enable business partnerships and cultural and educational exchange that connect Hong Kong and mainland China with Japan and South Korea.

19 Apr 2022 - 4:30PM
The View | Hong Kong’s language advantage is good for business. Tech can make it better

Technology has changed the game, making it easier to acquire and improve language and communication skills. An international business hub like Hong Kong, where languages are critical for deal-making, must leverage technology to promote learning.

Technology has changed the game, making it easier to acquire and improve language and communication skills. An international business hub like Hong Kong, where languages are critical for deal-making, must leverage technology to promote learning.

17 Nov 2021 - 9:15AM
The View | How Hong Kong’s family offices can use impact investing to help fight wealth inequality

There is a trend of family investors seeking non-financial returns in their communities and aiding local entrepreneurs. For family offices with the right know-how, impact investing can promote the kind of social mobility that is increasingly rare in this city.

There is a trend of family investors seeking non-financial returns in their communities and aiding local entrepreneurs. For family offices with the right know-how, impact investing can promote the kind of social mobility that is increasingly rare in this city.

15 Jun 2021 - 4:30PM
The View | How young Hongkongers can serve their country and find meaning in their lives

Opportunities to participate in global governance and diplomacy will broaden young people’s horizons and deepen their understanding of China and the world. Hongkongers’ bilingual, bicultural capabilities are unique advantages amid tensions between China and the West.

Opportunities to participate in global governance and diplomacy will broaden young people’s horizons and deepen their understanding of China and the world. Hongkongers’ bilingual, bicultural capabilities are unique advantages amid tensions between China and the West.

21 Apr 2021 - 6:45AM
The View | How Hong Kong’s coronavirus pandemic recovery can draw on the arts

While the cultural sector has been hard hit by the pandemic, individual segments of the commercial art market have been resilient. Economic benefits aside, the potential of the arts to bridge differences makes them valuable to any global city.

While the cultural sector has been hard hit by the pandemic, individual segments of the commercial art market have been resilient. Economic benefits aside, the potential of the arts to bridge differences makes them valuable to any global city.

17 Mar 2021 - 9:45AM
The View | Marriage of education and technology a silver lining amid coronavirus pandemic

While ensuring digital access is important, fiscal policy and financial incentives that keep up with the times represent a win-win for the people and the government as well as an investment in the future of the economy.

While ensuring digital access is important, fiscal policy and financial incentives that keep up with the times represent a win-win for the people and the government as well as an investment in the future of the economy.

16 Feb 2021 - 5:00PM
The View | As Covid-19 crisis shows, sovereign wealth funds have a role that goes beyond providing money

Singapore’s Temasek is one of several government funds to go beyond their traditional mandate and fight the pandemic. As Hong Kong prepares to launch its own Growth Portfolio, it needs to consider if there’s a larger firefighting role for public investors in a crisis.

Singapore’s Temasek is one of several government funds to go beyond their traditional mandate and fight the pandemic. As Hong Kong prepares to launch its own Growth Portfolio, it needs to consider if there’s a larger firefighting role for public investors in a crisis.

19 Jan 2021 - 7:39PM