COVID-19 had forced Christian Action Centre —the only place in Hong Kong offering direct, drop-in assistance to refugees and asylum seekers—to curtail many of its services. Continue reading Rising From the Ashes – How Rob Farrall, Winner of the Ira Dan Kaye Community Service Award, Helped the Centre for Refugees Rebuild
AmCham’s new Chairman Jessica Bartlett delivered her inaugural remarks today highlighting the Chamber’s priorities for 2021 and underscoring American and multinational businesses’ presence in shaping the future of Hong Kong and the Asia region. Continue reading AmCham Chairman: Hong Kong at an inflection point with choices about how its future looks
An op-ed by ASIFMA CEO Mark Austen Continue reading Is COVID-19 a Game Changer for Diversity in Asia’s Financial Sector?
It would be difficult to find a news forum today that is not dominated by headlines about the latest news on the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19). But while Europe and North America are struggling to come to grips with quarantine measures and government emergency measures, Hongkongers are rapidly – and sadly – becoming old hands at dealing with emergencies. Continue reading Anxiety in the Workplace
An op-ed by AmCham President Tara Joseph Continue reading The coronavirus and protests have disrupted lives in Hong Kong. Where’s the long-term vision for this battered city?