Henry Lui

Henry's Articles

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.
02 Jan 2015 Happy New Year! We asked our readers what their resolutions are for the new year, and here are our favourite answers …
14 Dec 2014 Since the rise of the smartphone, manufacturers of dedicated music players have been struggling to stay afloat. Consumers simply don't see the need to carry an extra device just for music. Sony is trying to change this with their new Walkman.
Under Henry Lui's proposal, a huge neon Coca-Cola billboard would no longer exist.
12 Dec 2014 Capitalism used to be built upon the idea that any individual (or group) would succeed if they worked hard enough. However, this is simply not the case in modern society.
Guards stand at attention during a welcoming ceremony for US President Barack Obama in Beijing.
28 Nov 2014 Sino-US relations are, without a doubt, an important factor in maintaining global prosperity and stability. However, one of the two parties doesn't seem to be cooperating as well as it should.
View of Western Harbour Crossing tunnel and West Kowloon Cultural District from ICC
07 Nov 2014 The Hong Kong government has long been criticised for spending large sums of money on projects which contribute little or nothing to society.
Young Post readers and junior reporters try out Sony's new high-resolution music player.
16 Oct 2014 Some Young Post readers and junior reporters were invited to Canadian-born singer Phil Lam's studio to learn about music production, and also to Sony's Hong Kong office to check out their new high-resolution audio products.