Henry Lui

Henry's Articles

15 May 2015 It’s tough being a political person. I was in the midst of my much-needed revision session when I stumbled upon an article which got me rather hot and bothered.
24 Apr 2015 Hong Kong's property prices have risen to an alarmingly high level. Our city is the second most expensive residential property market in the world, behind London.
22 Apr 2015 Is common courtesy dying in Hong Kong? Two of our junior reporters discuss whether workshops for better manners are necessary.
17 Apr 2015 “Where the internet is, so is the glorious dream,” sang the handsomely-dressed choir of censors. “Tell the world the Chinese Dream is uplifting China.” Those cringe-worthy lines were from the Cyberspace Administration of China’s Internet Spirit anthem.
Some protests against parallel traders from the mainland have turned violent.
13 Mar 2015 Blunt, politically-incorrect, insensitive. These terms have all been used to describe me as a writer. So the idea of me being the omnibenevolent dictator of moral conduct is about as imaginable as Putin being the bringer of world peace.
This metal sculpture of a goat seems to express this year's theme: "Season of Prosperity."
18 Feb 2015 As the Lunar New Year arrives at midnight tonight, a group of YP junior reporters visited a highly unusual art exhibition at the Venetian Macao
13 Feb 2015 The only real beauty in this world is the freedom of speech. But there is a fine line between standing up for your beliefs and suggesting blatant acts of violence.
Jack Ma says "talented people are usually a bit weird."
06 Feb 2015 Alibaba founder Jack Ma outlines his HK$1 billion fund for entrepreneurs in Hong Kong, and explains why failure and being weird helps make a business great.
30 Jan 2015 The long-awaited fall of global oil prices has been greeted with a lot of hurrahs from around the world, particularly the oil-consuming economies.
The coffin of Bernard "Tignous" Verlhac, 57, one of Charlie Hebdo's cartoonists.
23 Jan 2015 I normally like to deliver my pieces in a semi-jocular manner, but this is one time where I have to be completely serious. I read about tragedies in the news every day, but this was the first time I genuinely felt a sense of sorrow.