Hong Kong developer bought back 15 per cent of its existing dollar-based bonds. Investors holding its notes maturing in 2029, and perpetual securities issued in 2021, offered to sell the biggest chunks.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will chair a meeting of officials from the Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui provinces, urging them to make concerted efforts to reinforce the development of the Yangtze River Economic Belt, one of his signature projects, sources familiar with the matter told the Post.
State Street’s press awards, marking their eighth iteration in 2023, returned after a four-year pause during Hong Kong’s 2019 street protests and the Covid-19 pandemic, as newsroom coverage picked up pace.
Politburo holds monthly meeting but makes no mention of when the party’s much-anticipated plenum will take place.
The Towngas restaurant prioritises sustainability and ESG practices, and leading the kitchen is Stanley Wong, who has collaborated with fellow world-class chefs including Shane Osborn and Peter Find
WuXi XDC, a 60 per cent-owned unit of WuXi Biologics, could raise as much as US$520 million, including excess share allotment, based on the top end of its IPO price range.
The Mandarin Oriental takes the No 1 spot in the annual rankings of the world’s best luxury hotel brands compiled by LTI – Luxury Travel Intelligence. The Peninsula brand and Raffles both enter the top 12.
Foreign funds have taken US$5.1 billion out of their bets in China’s A-share market this month, compounding the worst capital flight from the nation in seven years in September.
The New Vision Arts Festival in Hong Kong always has an eclectic mix of dance, multimedia and music theatre. Highlights to look forward to this year include ‘a macabre comedy of murder and desire’.
Evergrande has cancelled several scheme sanction hearings in Hong Kong, which would have put the final seal of approval on China’s biggest debt restructuring exercise.
Formerly the master behind at Michelin-starred Wing Lei Palace, chef Tam Kwok-fung today unveils his new venture at Wynn Palace Macau
Australia’s Min-woo Lee cards an eight-under-par 63 to finish with a tournament record-low total, only two short of the Asian Tour record.
The Central Finance Commission has set up offices and begun day-to-day work, part of China’s efforts to guarantee stability in a financial system that is feeling some tremors.
Local financial markets were also halted on September 1 after the Observatory raised the No. 8 signal and later the highest No. 10, for Typhoon Saola.
Photographer Basil Pao was allowed unfettered access during the filming of The Last Emperor. Here is a selection of photos from his new book about the making of the epic movie.
Team behind piece titled ‘Life in Hong Kong’s Shoebox Housing’ honoured with prize for visual storytelling at ceremony in New York.
The iconic Raffles brand has now launched at Galaxy Macau, complete with an elaborate theme – as the imagined residence of a fictional 14th-century Italian merchant
Having previously worked at Wing and Wo Cheong Tea House, new arrival Edmond Ip promises culinary innovation while respecting traditions
Top diplomat Wang Yi says a decision on the Chinese president’s attendance at the meeting will be announced ‘formally in due course’.
It’s no easy feat to find truly exquisite contemporary Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong, but The Peninsula’s offering is a strong contender – and discerning diners will appreciate its omakase menus
Led by learned chef Takahashi Kouya, the 12-seat omakase restaurant offers an authentic taste of Japan in the heart of Hong Kong