Op-ed

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The collapse of the office space rental start-up is a wake up call for investors who have been blinded by the meteoric rise of other tech giants.
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Osama bin Laden's death has dominated the news for the past few weeks. The mass celebrations quickly filled me with scepticism at how the death of one person can have such a profound impact on the wor
My sister Erica is using BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) to talk to our friend Christabel from Ghana. It goes to show how technology can really bring people together...
Since the beginning of this year, the world has witnessed one historic event after another. First came the uprising in Tunisia, followed by mass protests in several countries in the Middle East...
News regarding the Japanese earthquake on March 11 reverberated around the world, much of it relating to the radiation problems surrounding the Fukushima power plant and Japan's recovery...
The radiation leak at the Fukushima nuclear power plant has displaced tens of thousands of Japanese people...
Mounting energy needs, depletion of easily accessible resources, global warming... The world is facing multiple challenges.
The Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station in Shenzhen stands about 50km from Hong Kong.
It may be prime time for green activists to focus on the multiple nuclear meltdowns and explosions, following the powerful earthquake in Japan last week...
In recent decades,the wealth gap between civic and rustic areas has widened in China. We can see the hustle and bustle of city life such as Beijing and Shanghai...
Dear Mr Tsang, As a concerned high school student, I am puzzled by your decision to give HK$6,000 to every permanent resident as a way to spend the budget surplus...
Last month, more than 300 leading European scientists met in Paris to discuss how to spend Euro1 billion...