Tag: Hong Kong

Hong Kong pegs US$58 million to rule of law project: An investment in the future of law?

As I heard the news about the new government budget pegged to the “Vision 2030 for Rule of Law” project, three questions floated in my mind: What does the rule of law of mean in this project? What does the rule of law look like in contemporary Hong Kong?  What are the implications on the

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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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