If the leading Republican and Democratic candidates in the US cannot be more respectful to each other or prove to be more trustworthy than the average citizen, how can the government set a good example for the country and the world?
Berlin's latest stalling of a Chinese firm's attempt to buy a German lamp producer is yet another sign that China-phobia is still around.
The rules and norms represent the leader-ship's conviction that the Party must strictly govern itself.
Past experience has shown that increasing land supply, as the government is trying to do, does not necessarily lead to a fall in property prices.
Vested interests aside, the relentless political wrangling — particularly inside the legislature — is another major roadblock to the successful implementation of development strategy for Lantau.
Regrettably, some legislators have tried to rationalize the inappropriate behavior (by Leung and Yau) simply because of their political views ... Sadly this is going to be the norm in the coming four years.
Developing nations must learn from China’s experience as manufacturing jobs quickly shift to the next low-wage destination
Manila’s call for a ‘separation’ from Washington’s foreign policy could prompt other governments to follow suit
Most worrisome to Hong Kong investors is that the yuan’s depreciation could indicate further slowdown of the mainland economy next year.
The separatists’ determination to wreak havoc in the legislature and the city at large is more or less expected. But what is more disappointing is the attitude of the opposition camp over this issue.