Why suggestions that the HK govt was ruling under a ‘separation of powers’ are nonsense and have no constitutional basis in fact.
HK courts find themselves drawn into political conflicts more often than ever and they are under greater pressure than ever.
The gloomy picture painted has again trained the spotlight on the call by many lawmakers and the public for a universal pension program.
Investors in Hong Kong should know that political prediction is a risky business. But, one thing seems certain — US interest rates are going to rise.
As Elsie Leung Oi-sie pointed out recently, separatism is nothing new in Hong Kong but that does not mean the central government would let it grow without doing anything about it.
Lau Nai-keung analyzes the 56-page judgment by Justice Thomas Au on the case of the two separatist lawmakers-elect and explains why his verdict is fair, convincing and valid.
I have some questions for Dennis Kwok, organizer of the rally on Nov 8, and other members of the legal profession who joined the protest.
Donald Trump's victory in the US presidential election earlier this month came as a big shock to most stock analysts and investors.
Article 158 of the Basic Law serves a vital purpose — safeguarding duality of the “One Country, Two Systems” principle.
There is an urgent need for HK society to enhance its awareness of patriotism and the sense of national unity as this is the only way for the cosmopolitan city to achieve social harmony and development.