Christopher Lau, Treasurer & Former Chairman, People Power, explains why the reform report submitted to Beijing doesn't reflect the views of Hong Kong citizens.» Read More
Frances Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, says that it's business as usual in Hong Kong despite the massive pro-democracy protests.
Dickie Wong, Executive Director at Kingston Securities, discusses the listing of Jinmao Investments and whether investors need to be worried about how China's anti-graft drive is impacting the hotel trust.
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Sarah Quinlan, Senior Vice President of Market Insights at MasterCard, says the decline in Hong Kong's retail sales reflects the slowdown in the areas of real estate and jewellery consumption.
Anson Chan, Former Chief Secretary of Hong Kong, calls the city's strive for democracy "a slow and winding path" and says citizens are determined to fight for a credible and fair election.
Audrey Eu, Chairwoman of the Civic Party, discusses the significance of a larger-than-expected turnout at the unofficial democracy referendum in Hong Kong.
Edward Chin, Co-organizer of Occupy Central, outlines the movement's aims and discusses the big four accounting firms' opposition to the democracy campaign.
Girish Jhunjhnuwala, Founder & CEO of Ovolo Hotels, says its hotel's location in the southern part of Hong Kong resembles "hip areas" like New York's Meatpacking District and London's Shoreditch.
Jennifer Liu, Chairman & Founder, Sir Hudson International, says its unique coffee blend is inspired by the diversity in Hong Kong's society.
Guy Look, CFO & Executive Director, Sa Sa International, says the firm saw slower growth in first quarter sales compared to a year ago, due to the slowdown in Hong Kong's retail sector.
Joshua Han Miller, CEO of OKAY.com, says its business model is more efficient than traditional agents and will provide property buyers in Hong Kong with more options.
Mark Sutcliffe, CEO, Hong Kong Football Association, says match-fixing is a worldwide problem that FIFA needs to take seriously. He discusses how Hong Kong is tackling the crime.
Spanish fashion brand Zara opened its largest store in Asia in Hong Kong on Wednesday. CNBC's Samantha Loring reports.
Kevin Anderson, Head of Investments, Asia-Pacific at State Street Global Advisors, explains why the "Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect" is an important development for overseas investors.
Emily Lau, Chairwoman of the Democratic Party and Priscilla Leung, Member of the Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong, debate the legitimacy of the pro-democracy referendum.
Some 1,600 paper pandas are on display in Hong Kong in an effort to raise awareness for the endangered animal. CNBC's Samantha Loring reports.
Benny Tai, Co-founder of "Occupy Central", hopes for China to honor its promise of universal suffrage for Hong Kong in 2017.
Jackson Wong, Vice President, Tanrich Securities, says timing and recent upbeat sentiment in the market are buoying Tianhe Chemicals' debut in Hong Kong.
Michael Thomas, Director, North Asia, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, discusses the issue of money laundering in China and whether that has been a source of funding for terrorist groups.
John Slosar, Chairman of Swire, says the "Occupy Central" movement may not be in Hong Kong's interest if it threatens the city's business climate.