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Top US intelligence official skeptical over China-US cyber pact

A top US intelligence official said he is skeptical that a new China-US cyber agreement would slow a growing torrent of cyber attacks on US computer networks, adding that his approach will be to "trus ...More

EJ Insight2015-09-30

Tips for Xi Jinping for his American road trip

Chinese President Xi Jinping has embarked on his first state visit to the US, meeting with business leaders in Seattle before he heads east to meet President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C. In the in ...More

EJ Insight2015-09-23

New photobook aims to capture the lives of domestic helpers

In Hong Kong's mainstream media, stories related to domestic workers usually run along one of these two themes: "the mean employer" or the "irresponsible domestic worker". The cliches however fail to ...More

EJ Insight2015-09-14

How freelancing is reshaping the workplace

Hong Kong people were recently shocked by the news of a young teacher with three master’s degrees who committed suicide. He didn’t leave a suicide note but it's believed he chose to end his life becau ...More

EJ Insight2015-08-22

Why Beijing saw Obama trip to Africa as a challenge

Last week, Barack Obama visited Kenya, his father’s birthplace, for the first time since becoming US president in 2009. Also on his itinerary was Ethiopia. It was the first time a serving American pre ...More

EJ Insight2015-08-04

US says it is 'deeply concerned' about China cybertheft

The United States said on Tuesday that it is deeply concerned about China's state-sponsored cyber-theft from companies and commercial sectors. In an opening statement at annual high-level talks on str ...More

EJ Insight2015-06-24

University grad endures low pay before starting his own business

After he graduated from a local university, Ray Wong Wai-ho joined a firm that processes computer animations and graphic designs for foreign companies. Wong made only HK$3,000 (US$387) a month at the ...More

EJ Insight2015-06-20

Who can rein in powerful, footloose FIFA?

FIFA, soccer's international governing body, is now a center of power standing next to nation-states. On football matters, it wields omnipotent authority. The globe is not large enough for a second FI ...More

EJ Insight2015-06-15

Why is G.E.M. charging more than Madonna for London gig?

Chinese stocks are hot right now, and so is one pro-Beijing female singer from Hong Kong. Pop diva Gloria Tang Tsz-kei, better known by her stage name G.E.M. -- which stands for "Get Everybody Moving" ...More

EJ Insight2015-05-11

Saving the iconic junk Dukling

The Dukling, one of only three antique three-mast wooden junks left in Hong Kong, was built in the 1940s, a lifetime ago. The boat was an icon of Hong Kong. In 2012, it took part in a cruise organize ...More

EJ Insight2015-05-08

Chinese propaganda comes to US TV

China’s propaganda office announced a new three-year deal last week in which an hour of Beijing-approved, China-themed and government-funded programming will air each week on US television. What? That ...More

EJ Insight2015-03-24

How print media can leverage digitalization

Print media is at a critical stage when its business models need to be re-examined and adjusted amid the rise of digital media, evolving advertising models and changing reader behavior. One needs to ...More

EJ Insight2015-03-23

US may put Pyongyang back on terror list over Sony hacking

President Barack Obama said the United States may classify North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism after its cyber attack on Sony Pictures. Obama said the hacking of the Hollywood studio was not an a ...More

EJ Insight2014-12-22

China hosts web conference, calls for more internet controls

China has called for more controls over cyberspace amid growing security challenges posed by the rapid development of the internet, Ming Pao Daily reported on Thursday. In a congratulatory note to the ...More

EJ Insight2014-11-20

Ice Bucket Challenge helps ALS group raise over HK$530,000

The Hong Kong Neuro-muscular Disease Association, a self-help non-profit charity group for people suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), has received donations worth more than HK$530,000 ...More

EJ Insight2014-08-22

Canada accuses China of cyber-attack

Canada accused Beijing on Tuesday of a cyber-attack on a federal research and development agency, charges which a Chinese official dismissed as "groundless". Authorities detected a breach of informati ...More

EJ Insight2014-07-30

Native ability: LinkedIn's ad strategy for mobile

It wasn't always pretty but it was quite simple. When desktops reigned, advertisers could get their message across with simple tools like banner ads and pop-ups. The challenge now is to reach out and ...More

EJ Insight2014-07-10

What Weibo can teach Twitter about turning an e-commerce buck

Weibo may be a few years younger than Twitter and based on the US microblogging site but the mainland incarnation may have a few things to teach its American cousin about e-commerce income. Since sell ...More

EJ Insight2014-07-03


Qianhai, the special economic zone in Shenzhen that aims to serve as test-bed for new financial and legal reforms in the mainland, is also seeking to become a hotspot for innovative technology start-u ...More

EJ Insight2014-03-10

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