Kate Whitehead

Hong Kong-based journalist
  • in: Hong Kong  | 

    A lesson in laid-back

    Ever more Spanish people are being drawn to the city as interest in the country’s food, culture…

  • in: News, North Korea  | 

    North Korea

    Harvard’s Dr John Park tells Hong Kong audience intelligence shows sanctions against North Korea have provided opportunities…

  • in: Business  | 

    FinTech in Hong Kong

    The application of technology in financial services has risen dramatically in a matter of a few years….

  • in: Hong Kong  | 

    Mind of a serial killer

    The crimes of Hong Kong’s first serial killer were so shocking that a female forensic scientist was…

  • in: People  | 

    “I was a bit feral”

    Emma Lock, who can be seen in horror film The Human Centipede II, walked SPCA rescue dogs,…

Travel

  • Flight review: Kenya Airways

    Flight review: Kenya Airways B787-8 Premier World

  • Thunder and thrills

    A trip to Victoria Falls provides excitement and inspirational views in abundance, writes Kate Whitehead

  • All aboard, gourmands

    Transporting travellers from London to Venice in style, the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is making this fabled journey taste…

Business

FinTech in Hong Kong

The application of technology in financial services has risen dramatically in a matter of a few years….

  • Global Brands Group Aims for $5B

    The company expects its growth to come organically and from new licenses.

  • Hong Kong rents seen nearing bottom

    Realtors predict the city’s rents will bottom out in the second half

  • Room On Board

    Annual Community Business report marking International Women’s Day highlights slow progress in rectifying gender imbalance on boards,…

Books

  • Her place in the world

    Korean-American author Han explores the interrelation of different cultures in her new book of short stories, and…

  • History in the faking

    British history professor and author Robert Bickers laments China’s redacting of historical documents, and says he’s proud…

Health

  • Transcendental Meditation

    At a recent lunchtime gathering in Central, TM instructor James Meade was asked what sets his HK$6,800…

  • Rise and shine and rave

    Daybreaker dancing is an early-morning dance party without the drugs or the drink. Morning’s when we’re most…

  • Strip off and float away

    Enter a flotation tank and you can separate your mind from your senses in complete safety and…

Arts & Culture

  • The last post

    Intelligence Squared’s cultural debate will look at the pros and cons of social media and its place…

  • Violinist Leo Phillips

    The musician, who led the orchestra on the soundtrack to the film Philadelphia, has performed as leader…

People

“I was a bit feral”

Emma Lock, who can be seen in horror film The Human Centipede II, walked SPCA rescue dogs,…

Hong Kong

A lesson in laid-back

Ever more Spanish people are being drawn to the city as interest in the country’s food, culture…

  • Mind of a serial killer

    The crimes of Hong Kong’s first serial killer were so shocking that a female forensic scientist was…

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