Denise Tsang

Denise Tsang

Editor, Hong Kong 

Denise is a contributor to Inkstone. She is an award-winning journalist at the South China Morning Post.

Location
Hong Kong
Language spoken
English, Mandarin, Cantonese
Areas of Expertise
Macro economics, IT policy and transportation in Hong Kong, moderating forums.
Tradition amid transition: Yuen Long, Hong Kong
A shocking attack by suspected triad members in Hong Kong has focused attention on Yuen Long, a northern district where the violence took place. It is a bustling district in Hong Kong’s New Territories, where, less than a century ago, visitors found little more than a cluster of agricultural villages. In the 1980s, Yuen Long’s town center was built and a new residential town called Tin Shui Wai was established.  But people in the district still cling to their cultural heritage and traditional roots. Denise Tsang, a reporter with the South China Morning Post, visits the neighborhood.
Chinese millennials flood to Hong Kong’s Insta-ready spots
“Golden Week” has come to an end. The seven-day stretch of holidays started on China's National Day on October 1 and saw hundreds of millions of Chinese on the move. Hong Kong had its own influx of tourists from mainland China. But they weren’t all in search of the city’s more well-trodden sights. On a rooftop of a shabby 10-story residential building in the heart of Hong Kong, thrill-seeking visitors scaled a six-and-a-half foot tall fence just to dangle their legs off the edge. When captured at an appropriate angle, a colorful building opposite with a mural design titled the “Rainbow Thief” forms the perfect backdrop. 'Rainbow Thief' is the title of this incredible new piece by @okudart