The Transport Department has begun removing some unnecessary traffic signs, namely those which accompany double yellow lines: not, as cynics might say, because nobody ever takes any notice of restricted parking signs, […]
Writer, journalist and sustainability consultant with a passion for clean technology and public health. 25 years covering power and energy markets: former editor of Power Plant Technology, International Power Generation, Asian Electricity, Aircraft Economics, Energy Risk, Asia Risk, Benchmark; writer for South China Morning Post, Cathay Dragon's Silkroad, APlus, Veolia's "Planet", Hong Kong Tatler; founder of Blue Skies China. MSocSc in Corporate Environmental Governance, University of Hong Kong; BA & MA degree in Natural Sciences (major in Materials Science & Metallurgy), Cambridge University.
A day of culture: we visited the renovated Hong Kong Museum of Art (HKMoA), fresh from its 4-year, HK$1bn renovation… unfortunately, cyclists are not welcome, with nary a bike parking space for […]
Charges are unlikely to be made against the taxi driver who knocked down and killed a 24-year old pedestrian in Mong Kok on 1 February, according to a police spokeswoman talking to […]
How much for a resident to park a bicycle in the voluminous four-storey car park of a major Hong Kong residential building? At Euston Court, managed by Urban Group, it’s a staggering […]
83% of community action group Tac Mob’s latest enforcement videos delivered to the Hong Kong Police Force hit the mark, leading to 10 driver prosecutions. Of those rejected, one was a case […]
Ageing diesel engines set for a citywide cull have been granted a stay of execution by the Hong Kong government, which has extended the deadline for its diesel cash-for-scrap programme by six […]