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Nine in 10 grads rate their b-school degree a good to outstanding value
June 25, 2015
Early Job Offers for Full-Time Two-Year MBA Grads at Three-Year High
Pronunciation errors: do they point to a decline in Hong Kong’s English standards?
April 29, 2016
A recent survey found that one in two Hongkongers mispronounced all 10 common words they should have known.
Bunk beds can provide more than just extra sleeping space for the young
April 29, 2016
Bunks free up circulation space that would otherwise be occupied by twin beds. If the sole function of bunk beds is to double the sleeping...
27 per cent of Hong Kong pupils think of suicide or self-harm, 63 per cent have sleeping disorders: Paediatric Society survey
April 27, 2016
More than a quarter of secondary school pupils had thoughts about taking their own life or self-harming in the past six months. More than a quarter...
Buildings should be sensitive to the environment
April 27, 2016
New architectural projects and revitalised historic areas should both breathe new life into a place, says Benedetta Tagliabue, co-founder and CEO of...
British designer’s work reflects the beauty of nature
April 27, 2016
British designer Ross Lovegrove is affectionately known as “Captain Organic”, a moniker that results from the combination of natural beauty and logic...
Studio boss extols the virtues of patience and hard work
April 27, 2016
London-based designer Thomas Heatherwick says he spent the best part of two decades waiting to complete his first major building. The founder and...
Architect believes that tall buildings benefit from social spaces
April 27, 2016
Chicago-based architect Jeanne Gang believes that, as cities become more densely populated, the need to incorporate social spaces into the design of...
The banking benefits of clawback provisions
April 27, 2016
Executive compensation is often closely linked to firm performance, and therein lies a temptation for managers to manipulate financial reports in...
Asian entrepreneurs can make a global impact
April 27, 2016
Coca-Cola designer and brand strategist David Butler believes Asian entrepreneurs and start-up founders are ideally positioned to make a global...
The Business of Fashion website is changing the way the industry sees itself
April 27, 2016
Asia is becoming a focal point for fashion as the industry searches further afield for talent, says Imran Amed, the Canadian-British founder and...