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Christopher Chu

Tingyi: Is it Adapting to China’s Evolving Consumer Tastes?

China’s palate is changing alongside economic factors. Tingyi Holdings (SEHK: 322) is getting closer to meeting these demands but challenges remain. More »

1 Asian Country Riding the Wave of Medical Tourism

Quality healthcare, cheaper travel logistics, and rising accessibility mean this one Asian country is benefitting from the medical tourism trend. More »

Who Benefits if Chinese Tourists Avoid Hong Kong?

Hong Kong's tourism numbers fell sharply in August as Chinese tourists stayed away. But which countries, and companies, will benefit from this shift? More »

Galaxy Entertainment’s H1 2019 Results: Dividends Supported by Cash Flow

Galaxy Entertainment’s solid first-half earnings not only support dividends but should also help its expansion plans in Cotai. Here's what investors need to know. More »

Bumrungrad Hospital: Investing in Asian Healthcare For the Long Term

Bumrungrad Hospital (SET: BH) is a key beneficiary of medical tourism. Here's why I think it could be a solid long-term investment in the... More »

Sunlight REIT Results: Defensive Office Landlord

Sunlight REIT (SEHK: 345) reported earnings and dividend growth amid a decelerating Hong Kong economy. Here's what investors need to know about its latest... More »

3 Things Investors Need to Know About the Hong Kong Protests and Markets

Although Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index has only fallen around 4% since the start of the protests, other issues have been at play. Here... More »

Samsonite International H1 2019 Results: Feeling the Trade War Heat

Samsonite’s first-half 2019 results were a slight improvement from the beginning of the year but the turnaround may take longer than hoped. More »

3 Highlights From Techtronic Industries Co Ltd’s H1 2019 Results

Strong H1 2019 results at Techtronic Industries Co Ltd (SEHK: 669) has paved the way for margin expansion and a dividend increase. More »

Why Investors Should be Excited About Asian Airport Stocks

Less than 10% of China's nationals hold passports. Here's why airports in Asia are a great long-term investment opportunity. More »