2017年6月25日 星期日

Asia News:「黑紫荊行動」等


中國國家主席習近平即將訪問香港前夕,灣仔金紫荊廣場星期一(6月26日)早晨遭遇示威,紫荊花雕塑被抗議人士以黑布包圍。 據香港媒體報導,...
STORM.MG|作者:風傳媒

What identity crisis? Hongkongers confront questions of belonging ...

www.scmp.com › News › Hong Kong › Politics

Nov 12, 2016 - According to the same poll, 38 per cent of residents simply described themselves as being of mixed identity, and less than a fifth (17.8 per cent) identified as Chinese, while just 12.9 per cent said they were Chinese in Hong Kong.

Not fully Chinese? Hong Kong people have a fluid identity – and ...

www.scmp.com › Comment › Insight & Opinion

Jan 3, 2017 - Hong Kong people are known to have multiple identities, or even a fluid identity. Consider a fictional character, John Tseng, for example, who completed his A-level education in Hong Kong and obtained a bachelor's degree in the UK and master's degree in the US. He has worked inHong Kong and a few other places.



With Trump to Meet Modi, Indians in U.S. Have High Hopes

Political analysts say last year’s election has ignited a wave of political engagement among Indians in the United States, and that is also driving interest in this week’s meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


2017年6月23日 星期五

China: New Ambitions, New Directions ( Wharton)

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To mark the occasion of Wharton’s 50th Global Alumni Forum, which takes place in Hong Kong this week, Knowledge@Wharton has published a special report: China: New Ambitions, New Directions.
While China’s annual 10%-plus GDP growth that dominated for years may have moderated, the country’s economic ambitions have not. This report, produced in collaboration with Wharton Lifelong Learning, looks at how China is making big plans to overcome some of its greatest challenges.
 
 

 
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China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ Initiative

Where Will It Lead?
 
 

 
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China's Global Financial Integration

How Far and How Fast Should It Go?

 
 
 

 
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The Future of Retail

What the U.S. and China Can Learn from Each Other

 
 

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TECHNOLOGY

Israel's Tech Prowess, China's Deep Pockets

Is There a Match?

 
 
 

 
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The New Climate-change Power Stakes

Why China Could Emerge as a Global Leader

 
 

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