Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Economics of Happiness

The premiere of The Economics of Happiness at the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong was a welcome spiritual boost, certainly for me, and probably for a lot of other people in the audience. It looked at the state of the … Continue reading

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Regenerating Hong Kong

What should Hong Kong look like in the future if it is to respond successfully to the multiple challenges facing the world at the moment? What should it do to build resilience in the light of climate chaos and peak … Continue reading

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HK Uncut, anyone?

The Nation magazine has been publishing some excellent interviews with prominent Peak Oil and Climate Change experts lately, and has now printed a long article by the great journalist Johann Hari: It tells how a group of 12 people … Continue reading

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A Taste of CNY

On Monday evening the Outlying Islands Women’s Association (OIWA) put on a very pleasant gathering for a dozen or so ex-pats as a celebration and explanation of various aspects of Chinese New Year (CNY). Hui Ho Ki – Kiki – … Continue reading

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