When I heard that Mr John Tsang Chun-wah, former Financial Secretary, had announced a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for his Chief Executive election, I applauded his high-profile action. Whether you support this candidate or not, his action will certainly raise awareness of the emerging fund-raising activities in Hong Kong. 繼續閱讀
The 2017 Policy Address and the 2017-18 Budget will soon be released in January and February respectively.
For a long time, Hong Kong has been troubled by problems such as lack of upward mobility for young people, a shortage of usable land, a widening gap between the rich and the poor, a lack of diversity in business sector and slow economic growth. During the past year, I have been exchanging views with members of Smart City Consortium, experts and organisations in the field. The realisation of Smart City could provide answers for many of the challenges Hong Kong faces. The measures to be proposed in the Policy Address and the Budget could benefit from these recommendations: 繼續閱讀
最近八達通的個人至個人（P2P）交易服務O! ePay面世，銀通也推出Jetco Pay P2P服務，再加上之前已有的TNG和Tap and Go，令香港的移動支付市場相當熱鬧。 繼續閱讀
With Octopus entering the battlefield, smartphone payment in Hong Kong is flourishing, with numerous operators, from telecoms providers and credit card companies to mobile manufacturers and mainland payment giants. In addition, Jetco has just launched a peer-to-peer interbank platform. With the payment systems ordinance introduced last year, people have high expectations for mobile payments in Hong Kong; the service has been thriving on the mainland for a number of years. 繼續閱讀