How legalising drugs can benefit HK, from lowering the crime rate to starting conversations about addiction and stigma
Decriminalising all drugs can make countries safer, healthier and richer – we just need to change our attitude towards them.
Last year, in my final year of university, I applied to several graduate programmes and fellowships in politics, law school, and business school. Most people apply for either a graduate fellowship, or to law or business school.
Young Hongkongers show little to no concern for things that are central to true progressivism.
Who is the real winner in the American midterm elections? Trump and the Republicans, or the Democrats?
Trump declared the US midterm elections a “success” for the Republicans – but who really gained the most from the results?
Americans value liberty above so many other factors, yet people mainland China are better off in many ways.
Impractical and unrealistic: here’s why Carrie Lam’s Lantau reclamation project won’t solve HK's housing problems
The 1,000-hectare 'Lantau Tomorrow Vision' launched by the Chief Executive in her 2018 policy address will be an environmental disaster and waste of money.
People are protesting the government’s new expensive housing project, but what’s wrong with spending money on improving lives?
HK universities need to do more than add new programmes if they want to prepare their students for our rapidly changing world
Hong Kong universities have recently begun rolling out new bachelor’s degree programmes for the 2019/20 academic year, which place emphasis on real-life skills and jobs, catering to the fast-changing landscape of our economy.
It’s now obvious that no one heading to the polls in 2016 could have grasped the full implications of this decision.
Whether the recent accusations against Brett Kavanaugh are true or not, there are wider problems with justice in the United States.