Op-ed

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The protests were sparked by a “green” tax aimed at tackling climate change – but it unfairly targeted the poor.
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The Cambridge Analytica scandal in March sent regulators into a frenzy. That’s because they realised the implications of the pervasiveness of modern tech companies, including the fact they can sway political opinion.
Anti-bias training for Starbucks staff deserves praise, but America faces a tough battle to eradicate racial discrimination.
Pop culture could be the bridge that brings different nations together.
Overturning an earlier judgment at the High Court requiring the government to grant spousal benefits to employees in same-sex marriages is wrong.
The Hong Kong government is not fixing the problem not because they can’t but because they don’t want to.
The saga of photo-taking in courts started in 2016 when the former chairman of the Law Society of Hong Kong, Junius Ho Kwan-yiu, posted a selfie on his social media.
Chinese netizens who attack critics of the mainland should first focus on questionable behaviour closer to home.
Marijuana has been legal in Canada since 2001, but only for medicinal purposes. This year, the Cannabis Act will change that.
Taking or being subjected to legal action can be messy and expensive so there should be more legal aid provisions in Hong Kong.
The 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, which took place on Sunday, April 29, was particularly moving for the co-hosts of American talk show The Real – this year’s recipient of the Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host award.