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The Solomon Islands are named after the biblical figure, King Solomon, who is perhaps best known for his wise judgement. It is perhaps fitting that the cover story for this issue of Hong Kong...
13 February 2020
Here’s the great thing about habits. They make action almost effortless. When we open our inbox or pull out our phone, for instance, our fingers, mind, and body know exactly what to do. The emails,...
15 January 2020
Hong Kong and Kazakhstan, each has been trying to establish its position as a financial power in the region and globally. The Central Asian country currently accounts for about 60 percent of the...
14 January 2020
Being a successful lawyer requires an elite-level mind. It demands extreme focus, attention to detail, innovative thinking, and the ability to think quickly in the midst of intense stress. Each day,...
13 December 2019
Effective writing powers society. It provides guidance and instructions, memorialises history, and voices our most personal opinions and feelings. Within the legal community, lawyers obsess over...
14 November 2019
Sebastian Ko likes to find new ways to apply technology to boost his productivity. This is kind of his obsession. Technology, he believes, allows him to leave the office during more sociable hours...
18 July 2019
An expatriate in Hong Kong, Scott Thiel has a unique way to explore the city that he now calls home. After having left his footprints on many of the hiking trails throughout the territory, he is now...
11 June 2019
Errol Bong is the APAC Head of Legal & Compliance at Liquidnet and believes that progressive organisations understand the benefits of their employees having a healthy work-life balance. Errol...
21 May 2019
Generally, the importance of personal branding is knowing who you are, what you stand for, your professional strengths and what clients can expect when they hire you. What is often overlooked,...
21 May 2019
Softball is a popular variant of baseball that originated in Chicago over a century ago. The sport travelled to Asia and got a foothold in Hong Kong. Although limited by space constraints and a...
3 April 2019
What Leadership Messages Are You Sending? Whether you are a managing partner or practice head, act like you are on stage at all times… because you are! Everything you do and say will send messages...
3 April 2019
The passing of Prof. Michael Wilkinson on 20 February 2019 marked a great loss for the Hong Kong legal community. Wilkinson first joined what was then the University of Hong Kong’s (HKU) School of...
3 April 2019
Lawn bowling is a precision sport that requires a lot of coordination of different parts of the body and the mastery of multiple simultaneous actions. Herbert Tsoi, a probate lawyer and devotee of...
12 March 2019
One look at Dr. Lee George Lam’s extensive list of qualifications and you can tell that the Chairman of Hong Kong’s global tech hub Cyberport loves to learn. His academic qualifications include: a...
11 March 2019
Michelle Chow, a consultant with Withers and passionate player of the harp, wants to use her hobby to change lives. Michelle Chow discovered the joys of playing the harp over a decade ago. Back...
12 February 2019
Christopher Leong, the president of the Law Association for Asia and the Pacific (LAWASIA), is committed to making a difference in the region’s legal industry. Over his 30-year-long legal career,...
31 January 2019
The Law Society Live Band “TLF” has always been the highlight at the organisation’s events. This year is no exception - the band will be playing at the Law Society’s Christmas Party on 13 December at...
4 December 2018
Mergers and acquisitions targeting Hong Kong financial firms have slumped this year, with insurance sector deals particularly hard hit, as China’s moves to tighten capital controls and crack down on...
30 November 2018
Hong Kong’s privacy commission on Thursday expressed serious concern over a data breach at Cathay Pacific Airways and urged the airline to notify passengers affected by the leak as soon as possible...
26 October 2018
The number of companies filing to go public in Hong Kong has jumped almost threefold this year, driven in part by China’s burgeoning technology sector, but they will have to contend with weaker...
19 October 2018
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