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Little Big Master is based on a true and uplifting tale
The inspiring story of a teacher and five pupils at a fading Yuen Long kindergarten, and its subsequent reversal of fortune, hits cinemas in March. At the start of 2009...
Home brewing enthusiasts open a shop to advance the hobby
Hong Kong accountant Chris Wong See-wai caught his first whiff of home-made beer seven years ago as he was leaving a restaurant in San Francisco. His nose soon led him...
Re-entering the market after a product harm crisis
Product harm crises undermine consumer trust in a brand, but what happens when the brand tries to return to the market? This question has been considered from the demand side - the consumer's point...
QS ranks world’s best student cities
Hong Kong shimmies from seventh to fifth place in the 2015 QS Best Student Cities, a ranking of the world’s top cities for students, released this week on TopUniversities.com.
A Business Mind: going it alone
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.
Gender equality in the workplace: is China ahead?
CKGSB Knowledge cuts through the punditry and asks three women business leaders to air their views on gender equality in the workplace and China’s ‘glass ceiling'.
AIA Launches Accelerator Programme to Support Innovation
AIA announced the launch of a 12-week accelerator programme to support innovative business and entrepreneurs on their paths to delivering break-through innovations and technologies.
When it comes to bedtime, your child may need a push
My seven-year-old son has a lot trouble concentrating in school. His teacher says he is tired and lethargic in class and often yawns. I've tried to get him to sleep earlier...
Flexibility dividend: Why supported employees increase customer satisfaction
When Telstra CEO David Thodey announced that from March this year all jobs at the business could be worked flexibly, he talked about creating a more inclusive culture and removing barriers for people...