What are the major contradictions facing China in its economic transformation and operation? Are these contradictions cyclical or structural in nature?
Due to HK’s vulnerability to meddling by hostile foreign forces, the extraordinary powers invested in the CE require candidates to be trustworthy enough to protect national security.
The likelihood of Hong Kong’s economic prowess being surpassed by neighboring city Shenzhen in just two years has shocked many in the SAR.
The government should have a greater commitment to long-term social and economic development as well as increasing investment to boost the economy.
Signs of a weakening currency against the US dollar can turn the tide with devastating effect on asset values.
What does patriotism mean to the foreign nationals living here as permanent residents? With a foreign judge recently facing criticism over his sentencing of seven police officers, this basic question can no longer be ignored.
Advances in technology can be disruptive. But they also offer fresh opportunities to businesses which are willing to innovate and invest in technology to attract new customers and keep old ones.
Free marketers have always argued that price control will only lead to a sharp decline in supply by discouraging developers to build new projects and property investors from selling.
In his first speech to Congress last week, US President Donald Trump kept asking friends and partners from Europe to the Middle East to the Pacific to pay their "fair share" of the cost of the alliances.
China's supply-side structural reform met with preliminary success last year. Some favorable factors stabilized the economy, improving the quality of and optimizing the economic structure. Thus the expected GDP growth of about 6.7 percent was realized.