Hong Kong Stocks Fell Modestly, Following China’s Inflation and Crude Oil Rally

By Jia Yizhen HONG KONG , Feb. 14, 2017 Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index closed down 0.03 percent, falling for the first time after four days of gains, due to the unexpectedly high inflation data from China and the rise of crude oil prices. In January 2017, China’s consumer price index (CPI) went up by 2.5 … More Hong Kong Stocks Fell Modestly, Following China’s Inflation and Crude Oil Rally

How Hong Kong Tailors Inherit Qipao, a Disappearing Traditional Handcraft

As a disappearing traditional handcraft, Qipao not only has fewer customers, but also has fewer successors. However, some Qipao tailors still dedicate themselves to this industry. Kan HoanWing, a Qipao tailor, inherits Qipao by attentively making Qipaos and sincerely treating customers. Lo ChungCheong inherits Qipao by using new ways to teach people who are interested … More How Hong Kong Tailors Inherit Qipao, a Disappearing Traditional Handcraft

What is the Future of E-Commerce in Hong Kong?

By Jia Yizhen Hong Kong – Hong Kong should develop a “hybrid e-commerce platform” in the future, serving not only local but also international online commerce, Gary Ng, the Chairman of Hong Kong Courier Association, said in a telephone interview yesterday. Sales value of online commerce in Hong Kong reached $51.7 billion in 2014, according … More What is the Future of E-Commerce in Hong Kong?

More Open Spaces for Outdoor Music are called for in Hong Kong

It’s the second Sunday of October. Many young creatives including Michael Lai were invited to share their original songs on Freespace Happening at Nursery Park, West Kowloon Cultural District in Hong Kong. For both singers and audience, it is awesome to have such an open space to share music, and more spaces are called for … More More Open Spaces for Outdoor Music are called for in Hong Kong