The Hong Kong stock market has been moving listlessly since trading was resumed after the long Chinese New Year holiday break as investors were trying to make sense of the sometimes conflicting economic signals.
The recent busts of some syndicates targeting affluent neighborhoods in the New Territories and the return of fugitives to the SAR are further testament to this undeniable fact.
The former chief secretary’s distinguished career is a testimony to her dedication to Hong Kong and its people.
It is safe to say three of the most controversial questions facing Hong Kong society today are: Is standard working hours legislation necessary? Should the offset mechanism in Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) be phased out and how? And should universal retirement protection be adopted?
The government may have failed to depress property prices, but it cannot be blamed for the lack of efforts.
Following the lead of new US president, Donald Trump, who has used aggressive rhetoric against China since the start of his presidential campaign.
Feeling sleepy at work just a few days after the weeklong Spring Festival holiday? If yes, take consolation in knowing that you are not the only one that feels this way.
Northeast China, once the industrial engine of New China, is increasingly becoming a rust belt, as the regional economy has lost its traditional advantages.
The implications for China of US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement has drawn much attention.
Obsessive conservationists have also been doing Hong Kong a great disservice by simply objecting to any development project, particularly large ones.