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BCCIHK is a not for profit membership organisation which utilises membership fees and other income to provide support and resources to businesses and institutions across Hong Kong and China that wish to trade with Bangladesh. BCCIHK has a dedicated Board of volunteer Directors and a small team of officers who have worked hard to make BCCIHK a successful brand in supporting the business community and therefore the wider community.

10 Mega Projects

megaproject 01 1 Padma Bridge megaproject 02 1 Dhaka Metro Rail megaproject 03 1 Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant megaproject 04 1 Padma Rail Link Project megaproject 05 2 Chattogram - Cox's Bazar Rail Line megaproject 06 1 Matarbari Coal Power Plant megaproject 08 1 Matarbari Coal Power Plant megaproject 09 1 Sonadia Deep Sea Port megaproject 10 LNG Terminal

South China Morning Post

These domestic helpers might be tempted to have a lie-in on their one day off a week.But they have a grander vision: waking before dawn to scale some of Hong Kong’s hardest-to-reach peaks and help rid the countryside of litter.Before the Covid-19 pandemic, Mary Jane Escalante would spend her time off in Central with her friends, but took up hiking last February to avoid the crowds, now rising before 6am to do so.As they pounded the trails, the 43-year-old from the Philippines and a group of… [...]

Hong Kong officially launched its battle with the coronavirus a year ago as the first case, imported from epicentre Wuhan, was confirmed. One year on, the city is still mired in its war against Covid-19, recording nearly 10,000 infections and more than 160 deaths. In the first of a two-part series, the Post reviews how Hong Kong faced a roller-coaster ride of unprecedented challenges amid the pandemic.On the last day of 2019, health minister Sophia Chan Siu-chee received an ominous call from… [...]

Every Sunday morning Indonesian domestic helper Eni Lestari gets dressed, puts on some light make-up and takes a bus from her employer’s home in Yau Ma Tei to Victoria Park, where she meets her friends.This has long been her routine for her only day off each week. Lestari, in her 40s and a helper for 20 years in Hong Kong, always looked forward to spending Sunday singing, dancing and sharing home-made Indonesian food with her friends.But a lot has changed because of the Covid-19 pandemic. With… [...]

Ten thousand residents in one of Hong Kong’s most densely populated districts woke up to police cordons and officer patrols on Saturday, as a large area was locked down in an unprecedented attempt to stem the spread of Covid-19 in the city.Residents of the Yau Tsim Mong zone who were outside the area when it was cut off before dawn found themselves separated from their families, before ministers ordered frontline workers to allow households to reunite. Others left their homes only to have their… [...]

Top Beijing officials have discussed proportionate ways to retaliate against London’s new pathway for Hong Kong residents to acquire British citizenship, as well as overhauling the city’s electoral system ahead of its next leadership race in 2022, the Post has learned.The revelation came as China’s top legislative body, the National People’s Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC), concluded a three-day meeting in Beijing on Friday without formally deliberating or deciding on any Hong Kong issues… [...]

Hong Kong’s anti-racism watchdog has spoken out against customers requesting that their takeaway food not be delivered by South Asian drivers during the coronavirus pandemic, but will take no action since such conduct is not illegal.Deliveroo on Friday confirmed that a customer’s account had been deactivated over “inappropriate and wholly unacceptable delivery notes”, while rival company Foodpanda was investigating allegations of similar racist messages on its app.“We believe in mutual respect… [...]

The plan to impose a lockdown on parts of Hong Kong’s coronavirus-hit Yau Tsim Mong district from Saturday morning has caught residents unprepared, with some supporting the move and others doubting its effectiveness.While there was no sign of people stocking up on food and supplies till about early afternoon on Friday, residents and workers in the area said they were not sure to what extent the lockdown would curtail their movements as there had not been any official announcement yet.Chan Wing… [...]

The new head of Hong Kong’s Bar Association has called the arrest of 55 opposition figures an attempt to intimidate the city’s democratic movement, and warned against attacks on his colleagues in pro-Beijing media.Just hours after Paul Harris became the group’s new chairman, an editorial in Ta Kung Po on Friday accused the veteran human rights barrister of having a political mission to fulfil, after he called for the national security law to be amended.In a wide-ranging interview with the Post,… [...]

Hong Kong’s embattled public broadcaster has terminated the probation contract of a journalist known for her confrontational approach to questioning officials, offering her instead a temporary agreement that effectively erases her more than three years with the outlet, according to the station’s staff union.The union on Friday said that government-funded RTHK had notified assistant programme officer Nabela Qoser of the termination of her probationary contract on Thursday, and offered her a 120… [...]

Three Hong Kong police officers have won an appeal against their convictions for making false statements by omitting certain details of how they came to find drugs on a suspect some four years ago.The High Court on Friday cleared Sergeant Ng Shiu-lung, 46, and constables Joe Tang Man-cho, 36, and Lee Hin-lai, 33, of their joint count of perverting the course of justice, for which they were each sentenced to 10 weeks in jail upon conviction two years ago.The case stemmed from a stop-and-search… [...]

Bangladesh Business News

Bangladesh Business News prepares Thursday’s evening business round up compiling reports, published by different newspapers and news portals The post Thursday’s evening business round up of Bangladesh appeared first on Bangladesh Business News. [...]

Bangladesh Business News prepares Wednesday’s evening business round up compiling reports, published by different newspapers and news portals The post Wednesday’s evening business round up of Bangladesh appeared first on Bangladesh Business News. [...]

Stress and anxiety can wreak havoc on your financial life. A pile of bills, a lost job or pay cut, no child care or in-person schooling, and a pandemic that feels never-ending can impact anyone’s psyche The post Shake off anxiety and take control of financial life appeared first on Bangladesh Business News. [...]

Bangladesh Business News prepares Tuesday’s evening business round up compiling reports, published by different newspapers and news portals The post Tuesday’s evening business round up of Bangladesh appeared first on Bangladesh Business News. [...]

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