Tailored meets street in the innovative designs of Korean fashion designer Juun.J. The Seoul and Paris-based artist will showcase his 2018 spring/summer collection at CENTRESTAGE ELITES, to be held in September 2017 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Developed along the “Silk Road Economic Belt” and the “21st Century Maritime Silk Road”, China’s Belt and Road Initiative is reaching more than 62 per cent of the world’s population and 34 per cent of global merchandise trade. This video offers a sample of what businesspeople in a range of sectors have found on their way to success in this huge market.More
After conquering the runways at Paris and Shanghai fashion weeks, Hong Kong’s FFIXXED STUDIOS unveils its latest collection at CENTRESTAGE ELITES, to be held 6-9 September at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The men’s and women’s fashion label has been winning international plaudits for their creative take on the everyday, and for their sustainable sensibilities.More
The Belt and Road Initiative has attracted a great deal of attention from businesspeople eager to explore regional and international trading opportunities. This video offers a sample of what government officials and business leaders say about how the initiative is driving regional infrastructure development as well as cross-border trade cooperation – and how Hong Kong can play a role as facilitator.More
India’s new Goods and Services Tax (GST) introduced this year should attract Hong Kong trade to a new “common market” in the country, says HKTDC Director Rajesh Bhagat: that’s in contrast to difficulties involving India’s complex tax structure of the past. He says Hong Kong is an increasingly favoured destination for Indian companies, and Hong Kong will play a larger role as India reaches out to world trade. More
With the theme of “Travel Writing” top of mind at the HKTDC Hong Kong Book Fair, writer Peter Gordon discusses how the works of historic travel writers influenced his book The Silver Way: China, Spanish America and the Birth of Globalisation, 1565-1815, co-authored with Juan José Morales. In this podcast interview, Mr Gordon introduces his book and also shares his perspective on the importance of reading in Hong Kong.More
According to a recent HKTDC Research survey, 81% of the mainland middle-class consumers expect their income to continue to increase in the coming two to three years. Taking regular exercise, online shopping, travel and eating western food have come to characterise the middle-class lifestyle. Compared to the older age groups, post-80s generation consumers have a more western lifestyle and shop more online via smartphone apps.More
Lower oil prices are forcing Middle East and North African economies to diversify – promoting trade and investment synergies related to China’s Belt and Road Initiative, says Perry Fung, HKTDC’s Director for the region. The UAE’s and Saudi Arabia’s interest in renewable energies and infrastructure create “hub to hub” investment opportunities for Hong Kong, while North African rail and city development provide openings for Hong Kong and Asian companies.More
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‘Travel Writing’ was the theme of the 28th annual HKTDC Book Fair, which gathered authors from around the world to share their perspectives. With insights from her writing experiences in the polar regions, author Sara Wheeler explains what good travel writing means to her, in this podcast interview.More