The bridge will serve as an important channel linking Hong Kong and the western part of the Pearl River Delta, one of the most prosperous and economically developed areas on the mainland.
While the current government has laid the foundation for addressing some of HK’s pressing issues — such as poverty and housing — further progress lies with future policy addresses.
Early this week, news broke that a candidate for the next Chief Executive election intends to resume the electoral reform process, while pledging to adopt a gentler approach to implementation of Article 23 of the Basic Law.
Success in the smartphone business is key to the future of Lenovo as global sales of personal computers is expected to stay flat, at best.
With consumption already contributing to about two-thirds of China's GDP growth, it is not surprising to see a huge shopping spree before and during Spring Festival, the single most important holiday for Chinese.
A Chinese Society of Education survey shows Chinese parents have invested more than 800 billion yuan ($US116.5 billion) in primary and middle school students' extracurricular classes.
Even the most ambitious people can hardly match the talk of a Fire Rooster.
What can the world expect from China amid the increasing uncertainties facing globalization?
Some parents may argue they are not adequately trained to help their “academically challenged” children tackle difficult schoolwork, without realizing they are not supposed to do that in the first place.
Far from feeling threatened by rapidly advancing technology, established banks should embrace it to remain key players in the financial sector.