Recent and archived articles by Wong Chun Wai
While the China-Hong Kong union still sits uncomfortably at times two decades on, the road ahead is slowly but surely being paved.
Farcical political situations and a depleting economy. If there’s a time to rally the troops to thwart the country’s follies, the upcoming National Day looks the opportune moment.
IT’S just disgraceful – there’s no other word to describe the anarchy that has descended upon Hong Kong.
THERE are 47,000 employees in Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) worldwide, with nine top-level management staff. As with all companies, the movement of its workers is part of its operations and wouldn’t even be a news item unless it involves the group chief executive officer (CEO).
THE Convent Light Street in Penang will always be a special place for me. It remains the only sister school of my alma mater, St Xavier’s Institution, where I had my primary and secondary education.
IT’S been more than two years since Pastor Raymond Koh was abducted.
YOU’VE got to hand it to the British because they are really the masters at the game. Anyone who has studied basic Malayan history would know that officials during colonial times merely identified themselves as advisers.
Loosening wheels and appearing cracks are endemic of a Government swiftly put together, but these wrongs may be righted soon – at the expense of some.
The West’s latest accusations against China’s human rights record simply reek of hypocrisy.
Comment by Wong Chun WaiTHE characters in the latest, widely circulated sex video could have been irrelevant.