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Gung Hei Fat Choy from all of us at Hamazaki Wong!

Is it already Lunar New Year? To welcome the Year of the Rooster, Hamazaki Wong took on the mannequin challenge and shared it with our clients and partners, uploading it to a custom-designed USB stick — our gift to celebrate the New Year. Gong Xi Fa Cai / Gung Hei...

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Towards a New Marketing Framework

When people ask me how the advertising business is doing, I usually respond by saying, “I used to be in advertising but I got over it.” To some it’s a snarky remark. Others find it somewhat amusing but, like all good comedy, it holds some truth. Advertising has changed dramatically...

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Need a Hitman? There’s an App for that.

With the rise of smartphones, we have been able to carry out things on the fly thanks to apps. Need something to occupy your kid? There’s an app for that. Looking for a way to track your lost phone? There’s an app for that. How about sending a hitman on...

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“Under the Dome” Documentary on China’s Pollution

To date, China is the world’s most populated country with over 1.35 billion people, and the second-largest economy in terms of nominal GDP in the world. Over the past 30 years, the Chinese economic reform has totally changed China in many ways. However, the country’s pollution issue has been growing,...

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Safe Travels

To follow up on Theresa’s blog about travelling smart, here are some tips on travel safety. My travels through South America are drawing closer, and it’s important to think about the what-if’s. Even though travelling is all about fun, new experiences and culture, there’s always that underlining concern of safety....

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Travel Smart

Travelling can be stressful, especially the prep work and packing prior to the trip. Because, the last thing you would need is to remember that you forgot to pack something while the plane takes off from the ground. Here are my Top 7 tips for travelling smart: 1. Make copies...

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The News: A Product in Search of a Purpose

I stopped watching television news a long time ago. And in the off chance that my wife is flipping the channels and comes across a news program, I’m always reminded why the news nauseates me: it doesn’t change and is no longer representative of today’s society. To wit: Why do...

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