- Business Leader: 'Time machines' that roam the skies
- Private-jet leasing is becoming big business as the world's pool of affluent jet-setters soars. Operator Thomas Flohr tells Duan Ting he wants to turn it into a truly global operation.
- Back Page: Building ties
- Developer born into semi-rural poverty now invests in the development of Australia-China relations
- Back Page: In good taste
- A challenging start brought out the best in Hong Kong hotelier and restaurateur with a knack for identifying winning trends
- Business Leader: Keeping the ‘black swans’ at bay
- Funds brass Wu Chumo has helped clients weather some of the most troubled times. He tells Evelyn Yu maintaining focus and integrity is among the basics for an enterprise’s success.
- Business Leader: Comeliness is the'gateway to luxury'
- Making people look charming and alluring is a resilient trade despite global economic woes, cosmetics chief William Lauder tells Sophie He. The growing Chinese consumer impact also gives Estee Lauder the impetus to expand in the Asia Pacific.
- Keeping the whole world in game mode
- Award-winning smartphone game founder Yat Siu says the HK market may be open and mature, but users’ loyalty is still low. He tells Evelyn Yu his aim is to educate children via games.
- Come, share China’s wealth of resources
- The potential of Sino-foreign co-productions to dominate the film industry is enormous, says Teddy Chen, director of Bodyguards and Assassins which scooped eight awards at the 29th Hong Kong Film Awards in 2009.
- Together on the big screen
- More coproductions from China will be key to the future of the global film industry, but the process can be far from smooth
- Nothing to beat a good story
- Cliched as it may sound, the aphorism “Content is king” emerged as one of the major takeaways from the China Daily-hosted Asia Leadership Roundtable on the theme of Sino-foreign co-productions held at the Hong Kong International Film and TV Market (F
- Business Leader: Borrowing the wisdom of a tech master
- Financial group executive Tom Chan Pak-lam tells Lin Wenjie besides the passion needed to drive an enterprise forward, he has to run a company like a soccer team without relying on particular star players.