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About shaolinh

Shaoling Hsu holds a B.A. in Computer Science Studies from Taiwan and is currently a first-year M.A. candidate in the Communication Management program at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism. She has traveled many countries, including China, Singapore, U.S. and Canada. She is proficient in Mandarin, Taiwanese, and fluent in English.

Working Holiday Visa for Hongkongers

I think today most Hong Kong people they spend more time in working rather than traveling based on my two months interning in Hong Kong. From my colleagues’ description, nearly the answers I get is about the time concern. Does … Continue reading

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Bulky luggage at busy MTR

Take cab or MTR to the airport? I was thinking while planning to fly back Taiwan few weeks ago with a heavy and big luggage. In Hong Kong, if you don’t have a car, MTR would be one of the … Continue reading

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Hong Kong Cabs Say Yes to AutoTaxi System?

“We want to go to somewhere….,” when I spoke in English or Mandarin to an mid-aged old driver last week, he couldn’t understand at all and asked me to get off the car. By living in Hong Kong for nearly … Continue reading

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Hong Kong Housing Prices

Living in Hong Kong is never an easy thing if you don’t have enough money to offer. The home prices in Hong Kong have surpassed the peak hit in 1997. According to the Wall Street Journal, Hong Kong Chief Executive … Continue reading

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Sports Marketing in Hong Kong, by Vivien Lau

By interning at the Olympic Committee of Hong Kong in the third week, I have gained more knowledge about the current sports marketing related to different competitions and enterprise cultures in Hong Kong.  For example, two main tournaments for me … Continue reading

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What do Hong Kongers think of Hong Kong?

By deeply knowing and understanding more about Hong Kong, I have to sincerely thank to my colleagues, Astrid and Chelsea, from the Olympic Committee of Hong Kong in helping me finish the interview yesterday. Currently, they are responsible for the … Continue reading

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Hong Kong and Hainan Battle For Chinese Tourists

So far this year 7.3 million Chinese tourists have come to Hong Kong – a year-on-year rise of 19 percent. Tourism operators throughout Asia are gearing up for China’s “Golden Week” May holidays and are preparing to go head to … Continue reading

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Philips Forms A Partnership With Hong Kong’s TPV

After 80 years, Philips is getting out of the television business, entering into a long-term partnership with Hong Kong’s TPV Technology to form a new company that will develop and market televisions under the Philips brand. The Dutch electronics giant … Continue reading

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Hong Kong 2012 Fashion Fair

Hong Kong Fashion Fair is the biggest in Asia and second largest garment fashion exhibition in the World, offering a platform to suppliers from around the world to showcase their products, from July 4 to July 7 this year.

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Disneyland Shanghai To Break Ground This Week

Disneyland Shanghai will be one of the largest foreign investments ever made in China. The Walt Disney Co. will break ground on the Shanghai theme park this week with CEO Bob Iger. After 10 years of negotiations with China government, … Continue reading

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