Singapore equities have outperformed many of their regional peers year-to-date, with yields of 3-3.5 percent, said Amundi Asset Management.
Allan Zeman, founder of the Lan Kwai Fong Group, talks about how Hong Kong's economy focused on property whereas Shenzhen capitalized on the tech boom.
Chinese markets are relatively isolated now, but efforts such as the stock connect are resulting in change, says Charles Li, Hong Kong Stock Exchange CEO.
Hong Kong has more freedom now than before the handover, says Rita Fan, a member of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress.
Wang Tao of UBS Investment Bank says Hong Kong's economy has doubled in size and its capital markets have grown 5 times the amount seen in 1997.
Pro-democracy camps are worried that Beijing is encroaching upon Hong Kong's way of life by suppressing rights and freedoms theoretically protected by law.
Hong Kong should take advantage of its links to China given the latter’s growing influence, says Clement Kowk, CEO of The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels.
Equity markets globally are getting spooked about potential tightening by the Fed and the European Central Bank, says John Woods of Credit Suisse.
Beijing has yet to deliver on its promise to grant Hong Kong “genuine democracy,” says Martin Lee, a former legislator from the Democratic Party.
Hao Zhou from Commerzbank says China wants to have relative political stability and a strong services sector in Hong Kong to enhance its own transition.
Whether China honors the conditions of Hong Kong's 50 year handover agreement could be indicative of its wider foreign policy in the future.
As Hong Kong marks the 20th anniversary of its return to China from British rule, political tensions simmer.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is living on borrowed time, according to Lord Chris Patten, the former governor of Hong Kong.
Activist David Webb, who highlighted vulnerabilities in some Hong Kong small-cap shares, said the rout showed regulators failed investors.
Lord Chris Patten weighs in on the U.K. Conservative party's deal with the the Democratic Unionist Party, saying the Prime Minister Theresa May is in office on "borrowed time."
"Hong Kong is still one of the freest cities in Asia, no question about it" says Lord Chris Patten, former governor of Hong Kong.
Chris Patten, the last British governor of Hong Kong, says that pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong risk diluting their support as interest in independence also grows.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has arrived in Hong Kong, just days before the 20th anniversary of the British handover of Hong Kong to the Chinese rule. CNBC’s Emily Tan reports.
July 1 this year marks Hong Kong's 20th anniversary of returning to China from British rule. CNBC’s Emily Tan takes a look at the event.
Pro-democracy student activist Joshua Wong says the international community should care about the implementation of "one country, two systems."