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China looks to young entrepreneurs to drive its innovation economy
Creativity and innovation to become drivers of growth as China looks to young entrepreneurs to steer it away from an investment-led model...
Celebrating the entrepreneurs - small businesses making a difference
Photojournalism book and exhibition puts spotlight on enterprising men and women in Hong Kong and worldwide...
Hong Kong design students benefit from studying in China
Two specialist design schools across the border are giving local students a passport to promising careers. Thousands of students are drawn to a design career, but degree places in the field are...
Parents protest sackings at Hong Kong’s troubled Canadian International School
More than 100 parents dressed in black rallied at Hong Kong’s troubled Canadian International School this morning to demand answers over the sacking of two senior teachers.
Hong Kong's teacher professional training programme needs fine-tuning
Recently, there has been talk about the training and preparation Hong Kong teachers need to be competent at their job, which has grown much more sophisticated each year.
Getting the most from career services
A couple of weeks ago the Economist Magazine rated the career services offices of some of the world’s top business schools... 
Upcoming Events - Updated on March 27, 2015
Foundation Certificate in Employment Legislations – Hong Kong and Mainland China Information Seminar HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education Saturday, March 28, 2015 - 13:00 to 14:00 /...
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Why non-compete agreements are not always good for business
Locking your employees in might seem tempting in order to protect your firm’s intellectual property, but have you also considered the potential downsides?...
Principal fired after weeks of enforced leave from Canadian International School
A top administrator of the Canadian International School was sacked on Thursday after being put "on leave" for more than half a month, the school confirmed. Dylan Hughes was...
EMBA forges China ties
When the University of Maryland first decided to offer an EMBA programme in Beijing around 10 years ago, there were understandably some very clear objectives...