Yolanda Lam

Yolanda Lam

Yolanda Lam is a recent graduate of the University of Cambridge, where she studied Education with English and Drama. As a lover of theatre and film, she firmly believes in the value of arts education. When feeling lost in life, she likes to dive into The Alchemist.

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Opinion | Why Hong Kong needs a plan to develop culture and sports together

As breakdancing and video gaming gain recognition as sports, the line between culture and sports is blurring. Other economies are overseeing the two sectors together and investing in immersive entertainment. But what is Hong Kong’s vision?

As breakdancing and video gaming gain recognition as sports, the line between culture and sports is blurring. Other economies are overseeing the two sectors together and investing in immersive entertainment. But what is Hong Kong’s vision?

Why Hong Kong needs a plan to develop culture and sports together
3 Oct 2021 - 7:15AM
Opinion | Are Hong Kong’s tech hubs ready to crown content technology the new queen?

From AI-assisted scriptwriting to viewer analytics and big data, technology is revolutionising the creation of quality content. The Science Park and Cyberport must step up to promote this trend, particularly in the city’s creative industries.

From AI-assisted scriptwriting to viewer analytics and big data, technology is revolutionising the creation of quality content. The Science Park and Cyberport must step up to promote this trend, particularly in the city’s creative industries.

Are Hong Kong’s tech hubs ready to crown content technology the new queen?
2 Mar 2021 - 9:15AM
Opinion | How developing art tech can boost Hong Kong’s cultural soft power

Economies like Britain, South Korea and Taiwan have already caught onto the trend driven by the convergence of arts and technology. Hong Kong’s new policy effort needs a team with a long-term vision for the entire arts and cultural scene.

Economies like Britain, South Korea and Taiwan have already caught onto the trend driven by the convergence of arts and technology. Hong Kong’s new policy effort needs a team with a long-term vision for the entire arts and cultural scene.

How developing art tech can boost Hong Kong’s cultural soft power
3 Dec 2020 - 10:23AM
Opinion | Hong Kong remains disconnected from a digital lifestyle befitting a modern city

A long overdue move to liberalise the archaic broadcasting rules must be only the first step to more investment and innovation. Hong Kong needs an ecosystem that supports a digital lifestyle, where people can seamlessly socialise, shop and be entertained.

A long overdue move to liberalise the archaic broadcasting rules must be only the first step to more investment and innovation. Hong Kong needs an ecosystem that supports a digital lifestyle, where people can seamlessly socialise, shop and be entertained.

Hong Kong remains disconnected from a digital lifestyle befitting a modern city
8 Oct 2020 - 7:07AM
Opinion | For Hong Kong’s film industry to thrive, it must embrace the digital like India and the US have

Hong Kong government policies supporting the film industry are mired in nostalgia for the 1980s, even as film industries elsewhere zoom into a digital future.

Hong Kong government policies supporting the film industry are mired in nostalgia for the 1980s, even as film industries elsewhere zoom into a digital future.

For Hong Kong’s film industry to thrive, it must embrace the digital like India and the US have
6 Sep 2020 - 8:55AM