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When the chips are down

Sands China CEO Edward Tracy is on a winning streak as he aims to meet visitors’ every need, writes John Brennan. ...

I hope it's not too late for a real start?

I'm turning 30 this year and I think it's time for me to follow my dreams instead of just opting for stability. ...

What does it take to land a media job in HK?

I've been looking for more than a year for media/PR jobs in Hong Kong without any luck. What do I need to do to get noticed by employers? ...

Consuming passion

Karen Fifer brings a love of her profession to her role at Heidrick & Struggles, writes Liana Cafolla. ...

A new front

Mei Yan brings her formidable journalistic nous to PR firm Brunswick’s China coverage, reports Melanie Holloway. ...

Great news

Bloomberg TV’s Susan Li is creating quite a success story, writes Sandra Lam. ...

Mainlanders in HK share study experiences

Wang Yijia, from Beijing, came to Hong Kong in 2007 to study a doctoral degree in architecture from the University of Hong Kong (HKU). She graduated last November and is now a research associate at the City University of Hong Kong (CityU), writes Hilda Poon. ...

Linguists leading the pack

It is not hard for English majors to find a job after graduation as many professions, especially those in Hong Kong’s four pillar industries, require employees with good communication skills, writes Chiu Po-sze. ...

Is it difficult to change jobs?

Financial journalist needs advice on how to become marketing/investment specialist ... ...

Sooner the better

Planning ahead, a DFS product manager decides on a part-time CUHK MBA despite the major challenges, writes Chiu Po-sze. ...