Demand for dispute resolution services is expanding in the region, says Hong Kong-based legal expert Nicholas Plowman.
27 April 2017
Since Nicholas Plowman founded the Hong Kong office of the global offshore law firm Ogier in 2007, the practice has seen strong growth and become increasingly diversified – including the addition, in 2014, of a dedicated, two-partner British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands specialist dispute-resolution team. More
Korean restaurant Dodam Chicken opens its first international franchise in Hong Kong.
24 April 2017
Hong Kongers can sate their appetite for authentic Korean fried chicken at Dodam Chicken, which recently opened its first overseas outlet in the main shopping and entertainment area of Causeway Bay. More
New York City’s first Chief Technology Officer explains why Hong Kong has “smart” credentials.
11 April 2017
Responsible for developing and implementing a coordinated city-wide strategy on technology and innovation for New York City, Minerva Tantoco was tasked with encouraging collaboration across agencies and with the wider New York City technology ecosystem. More
Legendary Tokyo cocktail joint Bar High Five has chosen Hong Kong as its first and only international outpost.
07 April 2017
Among the many cocktail bars in the Japanese capital, one that is held in high regard is Ginza’s Bar High Five, where bartender Hidetsugu Ueno uses Japanese flavours such as matcha green tea bitters and grape liqueur to create distinct mixes. His cocktails are now available in Hong Kong, at Bar De Luxe. More
American independent-film producer Andrew Hevia shares his creative journey to his Oscar Award-winning film Moonlight.
21 March 2017
Energised from a successful awards season in Hollywood, film producer Andrew Hevia joined the HKTDC International Film & TV Market (FILMART) on 14 March in Hong Kong to lead a personal sharing session on filmmaking. More
The Canadian province of Alberta is extending its trade reach in Asia through Hong Kong.
17 March 2017
With 12 international offices supporting business activities abroad, the Canadian province of Alberta has an extensive free trade network with a growing focus on Asia, particularly China, where it attracts 70 per cent of Chinese investment in Canada. More