The business technology sector is excited this year about software-defined networks. For iTnews.com.au I explain what it is and what the major players are offering. Please view the article via the Published Works page.
I have co-produced a documentary with two other Masters graduates.
In A Rainy Day in San Po Kong, a group of curious young Hong Kongers learn an ancient craft, only to find their new passion under threat in the modern world.
News from around the world, by Tony Yoo.
While Hong Kong has enjoyed a transport smart card system for over 15 years, Sydney has been struggling for such a convenience. Tony Yoo reports from both cities.
I have finally been given a chance to write about one of my passions – the theatre! HKELD.com has published my review of the play “Last Days of Iscariot” staged at the Aurora Theatre.
That’s China magazine, an English-language publication for expatriates, has published my feature and photographs on Harbin, a city established by the Russians in north-eastern China. The article can be read from the Published Works page.
I chat with education expert Dr Celeste Yuen about the shortage of primary school places in northern Hong Kong, caused by Mainland Chinese parents sending their children across the border everyday.
A multimedia news website on the plight of asylum seekers in Hong Kong is now live. Please visit Hong Kong’s Anonymous Thousands for feature stories, photos, videos, and infographics about a forgotten group in a big city.
The website was created by Tony Yoo, Anjani Trivedi, Josephia Feng, and Jacky Wong.
The story of one cricket team in Hong Kong promoting the sport to the native Chinese.
— by Tony Yoo and Sophie Brown
Rock fishing is a popular activity enjoyed year-round in Australia, but also one of the country’s most dangerous sports. Over the past decade an average of ten deaths per year have resulted from rock fishing, according to the television news show The Project. Continue reading