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Philip Bowring has been based in Asia for 39 years writing on regional financial and political issues. He has been a columnist for the South China Morning Post since the mid-1990s and for the International Herald Tribune from 1992 to 2011. He also contributes

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28/7/2019 · Philip Bowring When bad ideas happen to Hong Kong protesters and Beijing Protesters in Hong Kong made a strategic mistake when they vandalised the liaison office. But over in London and Beijing, the authorities are labouring under dangerous delusions about

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Philip Bowring writes a fortnightly column for the SCMP, Hongkong’s main English-language daily, as well as being a Columnist for the International Herald Tribune. He has been based in Asia since 1973 and is a former editor of the Far It may not be a turn up a

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20/5/2015 · SCMP ditches veteran columnists Bowring, Rafferty and Vines On the pulse Veteran columnists Philip Bowring (inset top), Kevin Rafferty and Stephen Vines (inset bottom) have been terminated by the South China Morning Post.

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The South China Morning Post (also known as SCMP or The Post), with its Sunday edition, the Sunday Morning Post, is a Hong Kong English-language newspaper founded in 1903. It is Hong Kong’s newspaper of record, owned by Alibaba Group.[2][3] The journal was founded by Australian-born anti-Qing dynasty revolutionary Tse Tsan-tai and

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INDEX OF ARTICLES BY PHILIP BOWRING Since 1856 business interests have consistently opposed representative government. For full story click here Xi’s praise for Mao, Confucius and tycoons sends a weird message to Hongkong. For full story

20/5/2016 · China’s current behaviour vis-à-vis its South China Sea neighbours is aggressive, arrogant and smacks of Han chauvinism and ethnocentrism. Far from being an expression of national pride, it is giving patriotism a bad name. Philip Bowring says Beijing’s

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The South China Morning Post (also known as SCMP or The Post), with its Sunday edition, the Sunday Morning Post, is a Hong Kong English-language newspaper founded in 1903. It is Hong Kong’s newspaper of record, owned by Alibaba Group.[2][3] The journal was founded by Australian-born anti-Qing dynasty revolutionary Tse Tsan-tai and

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INDEX OF ARTICLES BY PHILIP BOWRING Since 1856 business interests have consistently opposed representative government. For full story click here Xi’s praise for Mao, Confucius and tycoons sends a weird message to Hongkong. For full story

Carrian: End of a dark chapter in Hongkong’s financial and judicial history SCMP December 31 The judicial event attracting most attention recently has been the conviction of former legislator Gary Chen Kai-nam. More on that later. But a more

BOWRING.net Challenge the ruling elite, Mr Tsang SCMP June 27, 2005 Can the new chief executive, Donald Tsang Yam-kuen, think outside the box? He may be able to do little about progress towards democracy but, being a student of he must have

BOWRING.net Time for a Hong Kong spring clean SCMP February 19 2012 ‘Would you buy a used car from this man?’ The barbed slogan used in the 1972 campaign against the re-election of US president Richard ‘Tricky Dick’ Nixon seemed all too exact two a

Blessed are the rich in Hong Kong by Philip Bowring SCMP October 18, 2004 How rich are we? Do you believe that Hong Kong people are richer than those in Germany and Japan, despite the size of our flats, the levels of car ownership and the amount spent on

SCMP September 23, 2002 By Philip Bowring This column comes to you from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski. Where is that?, you may reasonably ask as you reach for your atlas. It is quite remote even by Russian standards of distance and

Next time, let’s have a real leader by Philip Bowring SCMP December 28 Constitutional change is in the air. That is at least one positive prospect for Hong Kong as it enters the new year. So, too, is discussion about what sort of person should be the

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columns for the SCMP and occasional ones for the Wall Street Journal. He is also a contributor to www.asiasentinel.com, of which he was a founder. Prior to moving to Hongkong, Bowring worked as a financial journalist in Australia and before that in London. He

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columns for the SCMP and occasional ones for the Wall Street Journal. He is also a contributor to www.asiasentinel.com, of which he was a founder. Prior to moving to Hongkong, Bowring worked as a financial journalist in Australia and before that in London. He

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其中,Philip Bowring是泛民立法会议员毛孟静的丈夫,曾经担任《远东经济评论》总编辑,已为《南早》撰写专栏超过20年,他亦是Asia Sentinel新闻网站的顾问编辑。在占领期间,他曾撰写文章,评论占领行动的局势,又批评特首无领导能力。

April 18, 2005 By Philip Bowring/SCMP Angry mobs of anti-Japanese protestors in China are causing international concern Few things can be more hypocritical than for senior members of the Communist Party to lecture Japan about owning up to history. The rant

9/7/2017 · In 2015, SCMP terminated a number of outspoken columnists including Philip Bowring and Frank Ching. In the following year, HKEJ fired Joseph Lian Yi-zheng, a no-holds-barred columnist on mainland and cross-border issues.

Philip Bowring writes for other outlets, like Asia Sentinel. And if the SCMP is destined to banish what remains of its readable content, the launch of HK Free Press looks perfectly timed. (I’m still trying to get my head around how much more amazing Share the

檔案行動組副主席朱福強、莫乃光議員及南華早報專欄作家 Philip Bowring 今早在香港電台第三台節目 Backchat 討論檔案法立法。 Simon Chu, the Vice Chairman of AAG, LegCo Councillor Charles Mok and SCMP Columnist Philip Bowring joined RTHK Radio 3

South China Morning Post December 24, 2017 · It’s the holiday season, and, for many of us, that means sitting for hours on end in cramped airline seats, inhaling stale cabin air and waiting around in airports surrounded by hundreds of other passengers.

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Philip Bowring – China’s selective reading of history weakens its South China Sea claims –Philip Bowring The tendency of the Communist Party government in China, as elsewhere, to rewrite history to reflect changes in personnel or ideology is well known is

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Letter to the editor of South China Morning Post – Response to letters and columns on Integrated Waste Management Facilities The Editor of SCMP We would like to respond to several letters and columns (“Officials have failed to convince public about merits of

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The four are Philip Bowring*, Steve Vines, Kevin Rafferty and Frank Ching – all respected commentators. Their status is unclear, with at least one told he might be allowed to write once a month. The axe also has been more widely wielded, possibly to make

23/9/2014 · I know there have been critics of the SCMP on geoexpat for a while. And while it has taken a decidedly pro-establishment slant in the last few years, Home Forum Hong Kong Forums Living in Hong Kong News and Issues SCMP finally morphing into the People’s

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20/5/2015 · I notice that the regular column on the SCMP by Frank Ching is over. In today’s column, Ching state that this wil be his last. Since coming to HK, I have enjoyed reading his opinion piece. While not always agreeing with his view, it was always interesting reading.