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Wong Yat Hei

Wong Yat Hei

SCMP Senior Reporter

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Facebook fundraiser creates positive sponsor image
December 2, 2014
Crowd funding has helped many big ideas get off the ground without the need for one major investor. Now, a few creative minds in Hong Kong have created their own version of this form of fund-raising to benefit various charity projects.
A Business Mind: going it alone
November 27, 2014
Most start-ups in Hong Kong are devoted to app development but Kevin Leung believes that the city is the perfect place for hardware business to thrive.
Drama training as a catalyst for all-round skills
November 20, 2014
Public speaking and presenting skills are an Achilles heel for most local students who are more used to an education system which still emphasises rote learning and memorisation.  
A website to get together with likeminded parents
November 18, 2014
Descriptions of “tiger moms” and “Kong kids” have been the talk of the town lately, following reports of how parents enrol their children in a marathon of extra classes every week for music, art, dancing, sports and academic tuition.
Hong Kong’s latent creativity
November 4, 2014
Paul Lee’s latest venture in a series of start-ups stretching back to his years in Silicon Valley is ACEHearing. It is a new project based on technology Lee co-invented and developed with medical experts...
November 3, 2014
The MBA Festival 2014 hosted by Education Post, South China Morning Post, invites high flying entrepreneurs to share how doing a MBA helped path their way to success.
A Business Mind: Allen Wong, founder, Or Tea
October 28, 2014
Allen Wong, founder of tea company Or Tea, came up with the name from the popular phrase coffee or tea, but owning such a business was never part of his original career plans.
A Business Mind: Asif Ghafoor, founder of Spacious Hong Kong
October 14, 2014
When Asif Ghafoor came to Hong Kong from Britain five years ago he was stunned at how outdated the technology for online property searches was in the city’s vibrant housing market.
A Business Mind: Steven Lam Hoi-yuen, co-founder of GoGoVan
October 7, 2014
Steven Lam Hoi-yuen, co-founder of GoGoVan, was running a lunchbox business with his partners when they discovered the potential of van transport service. 
A Business Mind: Daniel Kerr, founder of OpenCart
September 23, 2014
Daniel Kerr, founder of OpenCart, one of the world’s top e-commerce software suppliers, saw a market gap in the technology of e-commerce and decided to make it his niche. A seasoned software engineer, Kerr started working on his own e-commerce software in 2007, before launching the start-up in 2012...
Facebook fundraiser creates positive sponsor image
December 2, 2014
Crowd funding has helped many big ideas get off the ground without the need for one major investor. Now, a few creative minds in Hong Kong have created their own version of this form of fund-raising to benefit various charity projects.
A Business Mind: going it alone
November 27, 2014
Most start-ups in Hong Kong are devoted to app development but Kevin Leung believes that the city is the perfect place for hardware business to thrive.
Drama training as a catalyst for all-round skills
November 20, 2014
Public speaking and presenting skills are an Achilles heel for most local students who are more used to an education system which still emphasises rote learning and memorisation.  
A website to get together with likeminded parents
November 18, 2014
Descriptions of “tiger moms” and “Kong kids” have been the talk of the town lately, following reports of how parents enrol their children in a marathon of extra classes every week for music, art, dancing, sports and academic tuition.
Hong Kong’s latent creativity
November 4, 2014
Paul Lee’s latest venture in a series of start-ups stretching back to his years in Silicon Valley is ACEHearing. It is a new project based on technology Lee co-invented and developed with medical experts...
November 3, 2014
The MBA Festival 2014 hosted by Education Post, South China Morning Post, invites high flying entrepreneurs to share how doing a MBA helped path their way to success.
A Business Mind: Allen Wong, founder, Or Tea
October 28, 2014
Allen Wong, founder of tea company Or Tea, came up with the name from the popular phrase coffee or tea, but owning such a business was never part of his original career plans.
A Business Mind: Asif Ghafoor, founder of Spacious Hong Kong
October 14, 2014
When Asif Ghafoor came to Hong Kong from Britain five years ago he was stunned at how outdated the technology for online property searches was in the city’s vibrant housing market.
A Business Mind: Steven Lam Hoi-yuen, co-founder of GoGoVan
October 7, 2014
Steven Lam Hoi-yuen, co-founder of GoGoVan, was running a lunchbox business with his partners when they discovered the potential of van transport service. 
A Business Mind: Daniel Kerr, founder of OpenCart
September 23, 2014
Daniel Kerr, founder of OpenCart, one of the world’s top e-commerce software suppliers, saw a market gap in the technology of e-commerce and decided to make it his niche. A seasoned software engineer, Kerr started working on his own e-commerce software in 2007, before launching the start-up in 2012...