The issue of mainland Chinese mothers coming to Hong Kong to give birth is much in the news lately, with some people hoping new chief executive Leung Chun-ying will take steps to limit the number of beds available to mainland mothers. I thought it was a good time to excerpt this story from Yeeshan Yang’s book Read more
Robert Wang spoke about Hong Kong’s tycoons on RTHK Radio 3′s “Money for Nothing” programme. The show’s name is a nice reflection of something top tycoon Li Ka-shing once said to the author: “Robert, there is so much money lying on the ground, I don’t have the time to bend down and pick it all up.”
Photo courtesy of RTHK. You ca...Read more
Robert Wang’s Walking the Tycoons’ Rope got off to a great start — No. 1 on the South China Morning Post’s best-sellers list on its first week of release. Well done Robert, and we hope it stays there!
Goodreads is hosting a readers’ Q&A with Hong Kong best-selling author Jonathan Chamberlain.
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Please welcome Jonathan Chamberlain to our Q and A discussions. He is a writer who has been hijacked by life. ...Read more
Come and hear from longtime Lantau resident Cecilie Gamst Berg as she ploughs through the non-stop surreal-fest that is today’s China, stopping occasionally to ruminate about the travails of trying to make Cantones...Read more
Since the start of this year, our books have been available in Singapore (and Malaysia) through Select Books, a company which specialises in books from all parts of Asia. (It’s my dream to one day open a similar bookshop in Hong Kong). The timing is good, as several of our recent and upcoming titles have Singapore connections.
Select Books’ store can be found at 51 Armenian Street, Singapore 179939. Gazetted as a national monument, the building has historical signifi...Read more
Blacksmith publisher Pete Spurrier was among four writers who shared their insights with Hong Kong members of the Asian American Journalists Association on the evening of April 3. Pete has written guidebooks to Hong Kong, while the other authors — Cameron Dueck, Michelle Yu and Blossom Kan — have written travelogues and novels, so there were different perspectives and a lot of variety ...Read more
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Once upon a time Mr. Mayo, a smart businessman who headed a three-generation-old Eu...Read more