Month: November 2019

Small Contributions to Academic Scholarship

Over the last few years, I have published on a range of topics, including anti-corruption, environmental regulation, legal innovation, and property law, among other areas. It is intellectually rewarding to see that academics and professionals from Australia, Hong Kong, the U.S., and other regions have cited some of my published pieces in their scholarship and

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Pairing Riesling with teargas? Weekend living the new normal

I hardly go out on weekends these days, but yesterday was different. There was a closing party in Causeway Bay to celebrate the end of the third Entrepreneur First (“EF“) incubation program in Hong Kong, and sadly the last one in the city as reported by TechCrunch. We had guests from Singapore, the U.S., and

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