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AS 2022 dawns, many uncertainties remain, and will probably escalate. Many of us do not have a coherent perspective of the global issues that threaten the future of humanity. I shall focus on some critical ones as part of our general education.
Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary Paul Chan expects the city’s economic growth to reach 6.4% in 2021, marking a recovery from two years of recessions as the government largely keeps Covid-19 at bay.
Entrepreneurship has evolved with the times, with digital services being increasingly offered in various industries.
SenseTime’s red-hot start makes Tang one of world’s richest
HELP University signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Council to work towards providing quality early childhood education to pre-service and in-service teachers in the country.
DATA science has become increasingly essential for one to achieve career and business growth in current times. With this in mind, HELP University and Mobius Group recently joined hands in kickstarting six short courses and webinars aimed at skilling and upskilling Malaysians on data science.
Free travel on Hong Kong’s trains, buses, trams for all residents on Legislative Council election day
Everyone in Hong Kong will be able to ride the city’s trains, buses and trams free of charge on polling day for the coming Legislative Council election, officials have announced in a bid to boost voter turnout.
MANY think that research is some esoteric activity done by academics or scientists. They think it is somewhat abstract, if not abstruse.
HELP University and CyberSecurity Malaysia have signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) to offer courses and professional training in cybersecurity and cybersecurity health check services for companies.
Carrie Lam leads tributes at funeral of Hong Kong police inspector killed at sea during anti-smuggling operation
Hong Kong’s leader and her top officials in the disciplinary forces paid their respects on Tuesday to Chief Inspector Lam Yuen-yee, who was killed on duty during a police anti-smuggling operation.