Andy Hui and Jacqueline Wong scandal shows that Hong Kong public couldn’t care less about invasion of privacy
A lot of attention has been given to the moral aspect of the singer's behaviour, but what about the taxi driver profiting from his illegal recording?
Like Vietnam and the US, Chinese, Japanese, and Koreans should come to terms with past conflicts and begin a new, cordial relationship.
Some say HK university campuses need more ethnic representation - but they mean European students; this narrow view of diversity is ignorant at best and bigoted at worst.
In wake of dead dolphins flooding French coast, sustainable fishing is essential to maintaining marine diversity
Legislation is needed to responsibly manage increasing seafood consumption around the world.
Last year was fraught with political, environmental, and social change. Issues such as the LGBT movement, US gun laws, female reproductive rights, and climate change came into the international spotlight.
New Zealand's immediate response to the Christchurch mosque attacks was great - but now it's time to do more
Only real action, not empty words of solidarity, can help make New Zealand a better place for minorities
Emergency information could be circulated quickly via text, TV and radio in our tech-savvy city.
The online act of ‘getting rid’ of people can be problematic because it causes a herd mentality where rational thinking takes a back seat.
Writer and lecturer Marie Myung-Ok Lee reflects on last week’s US college admissions scandal, and her own university experience.
Let’s broaden, not harden, our views