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Now is a golden time to be involved in China, says Hong Kong entrepreneur behind Didi Chuxing

In the second of a three-part series on InnoStars Award, organised by Our Hong Kong Foundation to recognise leaders and promote innovation, City Weekend talks to Joe Lee, one of the co-founders of China’s largest ride-hailing platform

5 May 2018 - 2:00PM

In the second of a three-part series on InnoStars Award, organised by Our Hong Kong Foundation to recognise leaders and promote innovation, City Weekend talks to Joe Lee, one of the co-founders of China’s largest ride-hailing platform

Now is a golden time to be involved in China, says Hong Kong entrepreneur behind Didi Chuxing
Retail sales jump 11.4 per cent as Hong Kong shopping recovery rolls on  

Industry body optimistic that sales for the whole year could break record of HK$494 billion set five years ago.

3 May 2018 - 10:40PM

Industry body optimistic that sales for the whole year could break record of HK$494 billion set five years ago.

Retail sales jump 11.4 per cent as Hong Kong shopping recovery rolls on  
‘Mini-Golden Week’ to bring shopping boom as cash-rich visitors flock to Hong Kong for holiday

Jump in latest tourist figures year on year to nearly 5 million visitors points to recovering local economy on strength of cash-rich mainlanders.

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

Jump in latest tourist figures year on year to nearly 5 million visitors points to recovering local economy on strength of cash-rich mainlanders.

‘Mini-Golden Week’ to bring shopping boom as cash-rich visitors flock to Hong Kong for holiday
Measles outbreak in Japan puts travel plans for some Hong Kong tour groups on hold

Travel agent cancels trips to Japanese region where highly infectious disease has spread, but it is business as usual for other tour groups

23 Apr 2018 - 4:38PM

Travel agent cancels trips to Japanese region where highly infectious disease has spread, but it is business as usual for other tour groups

Measles outbreak in Japan puts travel plans for some Hong Kong tour groups on hold
Hong Kong taxi drivers stage protest over illegal ride-hailing services in wake of fatal Uber crash
After eight years of waiting, will Hong Kong’s Ocean Park see its first locally conceived panda cub?

Enclosure shuts as Ying Ying and Le Le enter mating season with hopes that the pandas, a species known for sexual apathy, can produce offspring

20 Apr 2018 - 2:41PM

Enclosure shuts as Ying Ying and Le Le enter mating season with hopes that the pandas, a species known for sexual apathy, can produce offspring

After eight years of waiting, will Hong Kong’s Ocean Park see its first locally conceived panda cub?
Hong Kong businesses push back against ‘unfair’ proposal allowing customers to call off pricey deals

Buyers would be given seven days to change their mind on long-term contracts, but industry heads claim financial instability would ensue.

16 Jan 2019 - 12:35PM

Buyers would be given seven days to change their mind on long-term contracts, but industry heads claim financial instability would ensue.

Hong Kong businesses push back against ‘unfair’ proposal allowing customers to call off pricey deals
Hong Kong is again Asia’s most expensive city for business travellers, edging out Tokyo

Accommodation cited as heaviest burden in city due to robust demand.

17 Apr 2018 - 9:55PM

Accommodation cited as heaviest burden in city due to robust demand.

Hong Kong is again Asia’s most expensive city for business travellers, edging out Tokyo
Our Time Will Come wins five awards, including best film, at star-studded Hong Kong Film Awards

Wartime drama had 11 nominations going into city’s equivalent of the Oscars

16 Apr 2018 - 1:07AM

Wartime drama had 11 nominations going into city’s equivalent of the Oscars

Our Time Will Come wins five awards, including best film, at star-studded Hong Kong Film Awards
No thanks, Hong Kong construction professionals say when told of easier access to mainland jobs

City’s development chief wants to expand cross-border flows of qualified personnel but industry members say there’s enough work in Hong Kong to keep them busy

11 Apr 2018 - 9:01AM

City’s development chief wants to expand cross-border flows of qualified personnel but industry members say there’s enough work in Hong Kong to keep them busy

No thanks, Hong Kong construction professionals say when told of easier access to mainland jobs
No repairs needed for island part of mega bridge, Hong Kong highways chief says amid safety row     

Meeting with mainland authority ends with city’s government saying it is satisfied with the design, which can even withstand mega waves that come ‘once in 300 years’.

10 Apr 2018 - 10:29AM

Meeting with mainland authority ends with city’s government saying it is satisfied with the design, which can even withstand mega waves that come ‘once in 300 years’.

No repairs needed for island part of mega bridge, Hong Kong highways chief says amid safety row     
MTR chief Frederick Ma hits back at ‘illogical and unfair’ criticism over derailing incident and defends fare increase

MTR Corporation chairman put positive spin on incident, saying it was good to find problems so soon after testing had begun

7 Apr 2018 - 11:34PM

MTR Corporation chairman put positive spin on incident, saying it was good to find problems so soon after testing had begun

MTR chief Frederick Ma hits back at ‘illogical and unfair’ criticism over derailing incident and defends fare increase
Hotel operators push for law against ‘simply illegal’ Airbnb hosts and users in Hong Kong

Trade group argues home-sharing service that had 5,000 residential properties in city listed on its website last year is unsafe

4 Apr 2018 - 11:47AM

Trade group argues home-sharing service that had 5,000 residential properties in city listed on its website last year is unsafe

Hotel operators push for law against ‘simply illegal’ Airbnb hosts and users in Hong Kong
Car rams into cattle in Hong Kong – and three cows who make narrow escape try to nudge awake their fallen friend

An eyewitness said the driver was speeding along South Lantau Road, which cuts through a part of Lantau Island where feral cows roam freely

4 Apr 2018 - 12:34PM

An eyewitness said the driver was speeding along South Lantau Road, which cuts through a part of Lantau Island where feral cows roam freely

Car rams into cattle in Hong Kong – and three cows who make  narrow escape try to nudge awake their fallen friend
How an advertising executive became a technology leader serving clients such as Zara and Uniqlo

Lesley Suen, daughter of SML Group founder Simon Suen, changes career course but is at home in an entirely new field she hopes to expand.

3 Apr 2018 - 9:33AM

Lesley Suen, daughter of SML Group founder Simon Suen, changes career course but is at home in an entirely new field she hopes to expand.

How an advertising executive became a technology leader serving clients such as Zara and Uniqlo
More product placements could be coming to Hong Kong TV shows as rule relaxation mulled

Communications Authority launches one-month consultation on whether rules on indirect advertising should be loosened.

28 Mar 2018 - 10:35PM

Communications Authority launches one-month consultation on whether rules on indirect advertising should be loosened.

More product placements could be coming to Hong Kong TV shows as rule relaxation mulled
Is Hong Kong ‘ceding’ land to mainland China? Fears grow after revelation joint checkpoint at rail terminus will not operate under lease

Hong Kong’s transport chief says once bill is passed, a ‘contract’ between both governments will provide flexible way to implement arrangement

28 Mar 2018 - 2:56PM

Hong Kong’s transport chief says once bill is passed, a ‘contract’ between both governments will provide flexible way to implement arrangement

Is Hong Kong ‘ceding’ land to mainland China? Fears grow after revelation joint checkpoint at rail terminus will not operate under lease
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam pledges decision ‘as soon as possible’ on ending MPF offset scheme

Chief executive says mechanism has been undermining the benefits of retirement protection for employees.

27 Mar 2018 - 10:51PM

Chief executive says mechanism has been undermining the benefits of retirement protection for employees.

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam pledges decision ‘as soon as possible’ on ending MPF offset scheme
Former financial secretary John Tsang looks to start fund for budding Hong Kong entrepreneurs
Hong Kong pro-democracy party defends acceptance of donation from city leader Carrie Lam

Carrie Lam last week became the first chief executive to give to a pro-democracy party, leading to criticism of the Democratic Party for taking the money from someone they are supposed to hold to account

25 Mar 2018 - 10:48PM

Carrie Lam last week became the first chief executive to give to a pro-democracy party, leading to criticism of the Democratic Party for taking the money from someone they are supposed to hold to account

Hong Kong pro-democracy party defends acceptance of donation from city leader Carrie Lam
Star-studded cast of advisers to help Hong Kong ‘ditch old way of thinking’ and stay competitive

Entrepreneur Allan Zeman is among the business titans and captains of industry tasked to help the government develop right policies to groom talent and boost innovation

22 Mar 2018 - 9:26AM

Entrepreneur Allan Zeman is among the business titans and captains of industry tasked to help the government develop right policies to groom talent and boost innovation

Star-studded cast of advisers to help Hong Kong ‘ditch old way of thinking’ and stay competitive
Hong Kong taxi drivers threaten to ‘defend’ their rights if police don’t crack down harder on Uber

Cabbies will park at Central or the airport and just ‘hang around’, alliance threatens, adding there is no way it will coexist with the US ride-hailing giant.

20 Mar 2018 - 11:02PM

Cabbies will park at Central or the airport and just ‘hang around’, alliance threatens, adding there is no way it will coexist with the US ride-hailing giant.

Hong Kong taxi drivers threaten to ‘defend’ their rights if police don’t crack down harder on Uber
Cocaine worth HK$14 million found in noodle-making machines as South American and European arrested in Hong Kong raids

Some 14kg of the drug is confiscated in two separate busts, bringing total haul from four raids this month to 70kg – the biggest amount so far this year from a single operation

20 Mar 2018 - 10:46PM

Some 14kg of the drug is confiscated in two separate busts, bringing total haul from four raids this month to 70kg – the biggest amount so far this year from a single operation

Cocaine worth HK$14 million found in noodle-making machines as South American and European arrested in Hong Kong raids
Air pollution keeps Hong Kong in 28th place in expat liveability ranking, while Singapore takes top spot

Mainland cities also fare poorly in survey measuring quality of life for Asian expatriates due to rise in internet censorship and drop in air quality

14 Mar 2018 - 8:12AM

Mainland cities also fare poorly in survey measuring quality of life for Asian expatriates due to rise in internet censorship and drop in air quality

Air pollution keeps Hong Kong in 28th place in expat liveability ranking, while Singapore takes top spot
Shortfalls found in public services for Hong Kong’s ethnic minorities

Government departments providing help on things such as job hunting, welfare, interpretation and integration were asked to regularly review and improve the effectiveness of their work, following findings of a survey

12 Mar 2018 - 11:42PM

Government departments providing help on things such as job hunting, welfare, interpretation and integration were asked to regularly review and improve the effectiveness of their work, following findings of a survey

Shortfalls found in public services for Hong Kong’s ethnic minorities
Hated colleagues, classmates and mothers-in-law targets of Hong Kong spell-casting ritual

Practice involving pounding effigies with an old shoe is particularly popular this time of the year, as believers and tourists flock to Causeway Bay spot

10 Mar 2018 - 10:59PM

Practice involving pounding effigies with an old shoe is particularly popular this time of the year, as believers and tourists flock to Causeway Bay spot

Hated colleagues, classmates and mothers-in-law targets of Hong Kong spell-casting ritual
With more elderly households and people aged above 80, can Hong Kong cope with its greying population?

Latest government report also finds that more than 130,000 elderly people are still working, more than double the amount from 10 years ago

9 Mar 2018 - 11:14PM

Latest government report also finds that more than 130,000 elderly people are still working, more than double the amount from 10 years ago

With more elderly households and people aged above 80, can Hong Kong cope with its greying population?
MTR reveals 64 per cent rise in net profit to HK$16.8 billion, buoyed by earnings from property development

Less than one-third of the rail giant’s HK$55.44 billion in revenue last year came from its local transport operations, while income from its property portfolio in mainland China jumped five times.

8 Mar 2018 - 11:20PM

Less than one-third of the rail giant’s HK$55.44 billion in revenue last year came from its local transport operations, while income from its property portfolio in mainland China jumped five times.

MTR reveals 64 per cent rise in net profit to HK$16.8 billion, buoyed by earnings from property development
What the weakest Hong Kong dollar in 30 years means for firms, workers and travellers

Pressure on imports, holidaymakers and foreign domestic workers as local currency hits three-decade low.

7 Mar 2018 - 9:21AM

Pressure on imports, holidaymakers and foreign domestic workers as local currency hits three-decade low.

What the weakest Hong Kong dollar in 30 years means for firms, workers and travellers
Hong Kong airport becomes sixth in the world to be certified to handle delicate medical cargo

A 5.3 hectare site has also been set aside to build a ‘premium logistics warehouse’ for the high-value goods

6 Mar 2018 - 11:12AM

A 5.3 hectare site has also been set aside to build a ‘premium logistics warehouse’ for the high-value goods

Hong Kong airport becomes sixth in the world to be certified to handle delicate medical cargo