China Daily

Hong Kong Watch’s views are biased from the outset and more blinkered now

Grenville Cross condemns this group for their negative campaign against the extradition bill and also for ignoring the violence carried out by HK protesters.

16 July, 2019

Vice-chancellor right to demand proper conduct from staff and students

Tony Kwok says some academics and students have forgotten that HKU should be a place of higher learning not of political activism and aggressive protests.

17 July, 2019

Professional Teachers' Union should improve delivery of liberal studies

Ho Lok-sang argues that improving the way these courses are taught in HK schools gives students a more balanced view of key issues.

15 July, 2019

‘GBA offers hope to HK’s struggling logistics’

Hong Kong’s logistics businesses are struggling as the Sino-US trade dispute has led to a reduction in exports. Local expert, Ken Chung Hung-hing, suggests some possible solutions to Dai Kaiyi, including creating an ‘information alliance’ and carving a new route off a key trade corridor on the mainland.

14 June, 2019

Pegasus set to cruise high above the bay

This year’s outlook sounds bright for both Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland, Managing Director of Pegasus Fund Managers Ltd Paul Pong tells Sophie He.

24 May, 2019

Insurer adapts to changing landscape

A profit-making insurer is not without its prerequisites — being digital-savvy and customer-centric, the CEO of Aegon Asia Andrew Byrne tells Dai Kaiyi.

17 May, 2019