In celebration of the holiday for the Dragon Boat Festival, we are delighted to announce the introduction of Mai Zhe Rui, the official name for Mishcon de Reya in China.
Mishcon de Reya has today announced the opening of a new branch office in Singapore.
In March last year, surgeon Ling Zhipei was at home in China’s southernmost province of Hainan, a tropical island famous for white sand beaches and coral reefs.
Following the developments regarding COVID-19, the decision was made to postpone the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The delay has left athletes and brands uncertain about sponsorships.
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw laid the groundwork for Indian biotech from her garage in the late 1970s, extracting enzymes from papaya for the food industry. She transformed her company Biocon into a billion dollar enterprise that expanded into generic drugs and today develops antibody treatments for cancer.
Deep in rural China, an “agricultural brain” deploys AI voice recognition to interpret the grunts and squeals of piglets, allowing farmers to tend to their individual needs and pamper them into adulthood.
What does philanthropy look like today? Between billionaires giving away more than ever before and the creative ways encouraging the rest of us to give money, how altruistic is this new age of giving?
The National Security Council has given its verdict allowing Chinese telecommunications company Huawei to help build the UK’s 5G network with restrictions. Joe Hancock, Partner and Head of MDR Cyber commented: “The decision today is unsurprising. Allowing Huawei into the UK 5G rollout in a managed manner is the pragmatic option. The UK government was really left with
The December 2019 Queen’s Speech announced that a National Security and Investment Bill is to be introduced, giving the Government enhanced powers to scrutinise and intervene in transactions in the interests of national security. The proposals are thought necessary in light of the increasingly complex and interconnected international political and economic landscape and advances in
Happy Lunar New Year to all of our Chinese friends and colleagues. May this Chinese Year of the Rat bring you good fortune!
On Friday 17 January, we were pleased to welcome a delegation of faculty and students from Tsinghua University.
As Hong Kong’s annus horribilis comes to an end, last New Year’s celebratory mood over its emergence as the world’s top IPO market may seem a distant memory.