Hong Kong actor, action director and martial artist Donnie Yen recently shot a short video to call on Hong Kong people to exercise their civic rights and vote on December 10, the District Council election day.
In this latest edition of EyE on U, we are glad to have Mr. Patrick Yeung, Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, here to share with us his insights on HK's recovery. As a seasoned business administrator, Mr Yeung has 37 years of experience in key positions within leading companies such as the Swire Group and Cathay Pacific, both in Hong Kong and abroad. His column in SkyPost covers a wide range of topics, including management, economics, and inspiring life stories.
In this latest edition of Connie Talk, we're glad to have with us Mr. Zhao Dachuan, president of the Xiamen Tea Association and general manager of Xiamen Tea Import & Export Company Ltd., to expound on the past, present and future of Chinese tea in his eyes.
Rotary International (RI) is a non-political and non-religious international service organization, which is open to all and aims to promote goodwill and peace around the world by bringing together leaders from all fields to provide humanitarian service.
Cai Lei was once the Vice President of China's largest e-commerce platform and the founder of electronic checks in China. In his youth, he achieved success and enjoyed the limelight. However, upon learning that he had been diagnosed with ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), he witnessed a personal descent into a living hell.
A number of citizens' organizations went to the US Consulate in Hong Kong this morning (Nov. 6) to protest against the US politicians' intimidation of HKSAR officers who safeguard national security, and demanded that the US politicians stop interfering in HK's affairs.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is a neurodegenerative disease. Patients experience gradual muscle atrophy and loss of strength, eventually leading to paralysis. This process is like the body gradually freezing. However, throughout the course of the disease, they still maintain clear consciousness until death.
Glamorous as it might appear to be, Hong Kong is one of those cities where you have to actually live there to see what's behind the glitz and glamor: the high cost and fast pace of life, the small living space, and the high level of anxiety among people. All these, however, become the perfect material for Cassie's vivid and explicit writing.
About three and a half hours' drive from Ho Chi Minh City in the southern region of Vietnam, there is a place called Hau Giang province, which many people first heard of because of a Hong Kong company, Lee & Man Paper Mfg. Ltd.
In his Hong Kong office, Calvin Yip, chairman of Champion Lee Technology Ltd., has a lot of photos of him participating in marathon races. He proudly told us in an interview with DotDotNews that his best results were the 10th place in the Standard Charter half-marathon and the 10th place in a full-length one for the age group of 45 or above, "I had only been practicing for a year and a half when I first won the rankings, and I was very satisfied."
Cataract is one of the most life-threatening eye diseases that can lead to blindness if left unchecked. According to statistics, about half of the blindness cases in the world are related to this disease, and surgery is the only way to treat it. With the advancement of modern medical technology, a cataract surgery can be performed in as short as 20 minutes.
Within the vibrant setting of the Sunwah Innovation Center, nestled in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City along the Saigon River, one can find expansive communal workspaces, seamlessly connected workstations, a cozy café, phone rooms, and even nap rooms. Apart from its impressive physical amenities, this hub also serves as a problem-solving haven for aspiring entrepreneurs, providing invaluable guidance and a wealth of entrepreneurial resources, said Phong, the Founder and CEO of CYFEER, a company specializing in smart home system development.
"Is Hong Kong your second home?" "No, this is my first home." Born in Hong Kong, Naomi went to India to study in secondary school and returned to HK after graduation to study early childhood education. She admits that she is more like a guest in Nepal, and Hong Kong is her home.