Firefighters extinguish a fire at a railway station destroyed by a Russian missile attack in Konstyantynivka, Ukraine. Photo: AFP

My Take | Probe finds Taiwan’s nitrocellulose exports to Russia for gunpowder have skyrocketed

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Mainland China is sanctioned for selling dual-use civilian materials but island supplier of key explosive for artillery shells appears to get friendly advice to redirect sales to EU.

Firefighters extinguish a fire at a railway station destroyed by a Russian missile attack in Konstyantynivka, Ukraine. Photo: AFP

My Take | Probe finds Taiwan’s nitrocellulose exports to Russia for gunpowder have skyrocketed

Mainland China is sanctioned for selling dual-use civilian materials but island supplier of key explosive for artillery shells appears to get friendly advice to redirect sales to EU.

2 hours ago

Opinion | How Hong Kong can play a critical role in the space economy

The “NewSpace” industry is passing Hong Kong by when the city has such capacity to fund and manage it, incubate talent and tech and help set up much-needed global regulations to deal with space debris.

3 hours ago

The View | Amid a property market crisis, China’s commercial real estate has held up

Given the bleak domestic and external backdrop, the strong performance of China’s commercial real estate investment market is remarkable. It shows that a solid domestic investor base, a sharper repricing of property values and policy support for key sectors can make a difference.

26 Feb 2024 - 3:15PM
Chinese astronaut decorations are seen outside Wong Tai Sin Temple in Hong Kong on September 6, 2022. Photo: Yik Yeung-man

Opinion | How Hong Kong can play a critical role in the space economy

The “NewSpace” industry is passing Hong Kong by when the city has such capacity to fund and manage it, incubate talent and tech and help set up much-needed global regulations to deal with space debris.

3 hours ago

The View | Amid a property market crisis, China’s commercial real estate has held up

Given the bleak domestic and external backdrop, the strong performance of China’s commercial real estate investment market is remarkable. It shows that a solid domestic investor base, a sharper repricing of property values and policy support for key sectors can make a difference.

Given the bleak domestic and external backdrop, the strong performance of China’s commercial real estate investment market is remarkable. It shows that a solid domestic investor base, a sharper repricing of property values and policy support for key sectors can make a difference.

26 Feb 2024 - 3:15PM

Opinion | Beijing’s point man in Hong Kong could clear the air on patriotism

A pro-establishment lawmaker’s criticism of a former Legco president’s questions about certain aspects of the proposed Article 23 legislation is troubling. The director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, who is visiting the city, could clarify how patriotism and constructive criticism can coexist.

A pro-establishment lawmaker’s criticism of a former Legco president’s questions about certain aspects of the proposed Article 23 legislation is troubling. The director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, who is visiting the city, could clarify how patriotism and constructive criticism can coexist.

26 Feb 2024 - 9:30AM

Editorial | Hong Kong finds new gear for innovation drive

Hong Kong’s bid to become a centre for innovation in Asia is picking up speed with companies from the mainland and overseas announcing plans for investment in R&D, advanced manufacturing and other areas.

26 Feb 2024 - 5:30AM
Hong Kong finds new gear for innovation drive

Opinion | Stuck between China and the US, flailing Japan needs a grand new plan

Faced with economic woes and geopolitical uncertainties that have left it increasingly squeezed between a resurgent China and an unpredictable ally in America, Japan needs a grand new strategy.

26 Feb 2024 - 5:30AM
Stuck between China and the US, flailing Japan needs a grand new plan

Opinion | Beijing’s point man in Hong Kong could clear the air on patriotism

A pro-establishment lawmaker’s criticism of a former Legco president’s questions about certain aspects of the proposed Article 23 legislation is troubling. The director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, who is visiting the city, could clarify how patriotism and constructive criticism can coexist.

26 Feb 2024 - 9:30AM

Editorial | Hong Kong finds new gear for innovation drive

Hong Kong’s bid to become a centre for innovation in Asia is picking up speed with companies from the mainland and overseas announcing plans for investment in R&D, advanced manufacturing and other areas.

26 Feb 2024 - 5:30AM

Opinion | Stuck between China and the US, flailing Japan needs a grand new plan

Faced with economic woes and geopolitical uncertainties that have left it increasingly squeezed between a resurgent China and an unpredictable ally in America, Japan needs a grand new strategy.

26 Feb 2024 - 5:30AM

Mainland China is sanctioned for selling dual-use civilian materials but island supplier of key explosive for artillery shells appears to get friendly advice to redirect sales to EU.

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Mainland China is sanctioned for selling dual-use civilian materials but island supplier of key explosive for artillery shells appears to get friendly advice to redirect sales to EU.

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Hong Kong’s bid to become a centre for innovation in Asia is picking up speed with companies from the mainland and overseas announcing plans for investment in R&D, advanced manufacturing and other areas.

26 Feb 2024 - 5:30AM
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Hong Kong population ticks up for second year in a row, but labour and and workforce shortages persist despite talent scheme admissions and one-way permit arrivals

26 Feb 2024 - 5:00AM
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Firefighters extinguish a fire at a railway station destroyed by a Russian missile attack in Konstyantynivka, Ukraine. Photo: AFP

My Take | Probe finds Taiwan’s nitrocellulose exports to Russia for gunpowder have skyrocketed

Mainland China is sanctioned for selling dual-use civilian materials but island supplier of key explosive for artillery shells appears to get friendly advice to redirect sales to EU.

2 hours ago

Opinion | How Hong Kong can play a critical role in the space economy

The “NewSpace” industry is passing Hong Kong by when the city has such capacity to fund and manage it, incubate talent and tech and help set up much-needed global regulations to deal with space debris.

The “NewSpace” industry is passing Hong Kong by when the city has such capacity to fund and manage it, incubate talent and tech and help set up much-needed global regulations to deal with space debris.

3 hours ago
How Hong Kong can play a critical role in the space economy

The View | Amid a property market crisis, China’s commercial real estate has held up

Given the bleak domestic and external backdrop, the strong performance of China’s commercial real estate investment market is remarkable. It shows that a solid domestic investor base, a sharper repricing of property values and policy support for key sectors can make a difference.

Given the bleak domestic and external backdrop, the strong performance of China’s commercial real estate investment market is remarkable. It shows that a solid domestic investor base, a sharper repricing of property values and policy support for key sectors can make a difference.

26 Feb 2024 - 3:15PM
Amid a property market crisis, China’s commercial real estate has held up

Opinion | Beijing’s point man in Hong Kong could clear the air on patriotism

A pro-establishment lawmaker’s criticism of a former Legco president’s questions about certain aspects of the proposed Article 23 legislation is troubling. The director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, who is visiting the city, could clarify how patriotism and constructive criticism can coexist.

A pro-establishment lawmaker’s criticism of a former Legco president’s questions about certain aspects of the proposed Article 23 legislation is troubling. The director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, who is visiting the city, could clarify how patriotism and constructive criticism can coexist.

26 Feb 2024 - 9:30AM
Beijing’s point man in Hong Kong could clear the air on patriotism

Editorial | Hong Kong finds new gear for innovation drive

Hong Kong’s bid to become a centre for innovation in Asia is picking up speed with companies from the mainland and overseas announcing plans for investment in R&D, advanced manufacturing and other areas.

Hong Kong’s bid to become a centre for innovation in Asia is picking up speed with companies from the mainland and overseas announcing plans for investment in R&D, advanced manufacturing and other areas.

26 Feb 2024 - 5:30AM
Hong Kong finds new gear for innovation drive
Illustration: Craig Stephens

Opinion | Stuck between China and the US, flailing Japan needs a grand new plan

Faced with economic woes and geopolitical uncertainties that have left it increasingly squeezed between a resurgent China and an unpredictable ally in America, Japan needs a grand new strategy.

26 Feb 2024 - 5:30AM
Hong Kong’s population rose for the second year in a row in 2023. Photo: May Tse

Editorial | Boost employment, training for healthier population growth

Hong Kong population ticks up for second year in a row, but labour and and workforce shortages persist despite talent scheme admissions and one-way permit arrivals

26 Feb 2024 - 5:00AM
Firefighters extinguish a fire at a railway station destroyed by a Russian missile attack in Konstyantynivka, Ukraine. Photo: AFP

My Take | Probe finds Taiwan’s nitrocellulose exports to Russia for gunpowder have skyrocketed

2 hours ago

The “NewSpace” industry is passing Hong Kong by when the city has such capacity to fund and manage it, incubate talent and tech and help set up much-needed global regulations to deal with space debris.

3 hours ago
26 Feb 2024 - 3:15PM
26 Feb 2024 - 9:30AM

Hong Kong’s bid to become a centre for innovation in Asia is picking up speed with companies from the mainland and overseas announcing plans for investment in R&D, advanced manufacturing and other areas.

26 Feb 2024 - 5:30AM
26 Feb 2024 - 5:30AM

Hong Kong population ticks up for second year in a row, but labour and and workforce shortages persist despite talent scheme admissions and one-way permit arrivals

26 Feb 2024 - 5:00AM