Feature Stories for Link

posted by / February 23, 2024

Very excited to share our latest transcreation work for Link’s Channel 823, which includes two feature stories close to our hearts. As butterfly enthusiasts, it was a pleasure to support and, hopefully, enhance these meaningful initiatives to provide urban sanctuaries for migrating butterflies as well as involve the community. Working on these stories, and many others for various clients, reminds us of the positive butterfly effects that can be created by caring for nature, linking communities, and lifting people up. We’re honored to help spread the wings of such worthwhile endeavors.

Read the full stories at the links below.

Do Butterflies Need Butterfly Gardens, or Do We?

The Joys and Sorrows, Trials and Triumphs of Butterfly Guardians

Link-Butterfly Garden

Cyberport Annual Report 2022/23

posted by / January 3, 2024

Hong Kong Genome Institute Annual Report 2022-23

posted by / December 8, 2023

Cover Story for GeoXpert for Hong Kong Engineer

posted by / March 20, 2023

We had the pleasure of interviewing Mr Kevin Chan, co-founder of GeoXpert, and writing a cover story for the magazine Hong Kong Engineer about his company’s smart construction technology.

Read the full story by clicking here.

Cyberport’s Message for the 2023 Official Guide to Communications in Hong Kong

posted by / December 28, 2022

We were asked to develop a congratulatory message for Cyberport for the 2023 Official Guide to Communications in Hong Kong, with the year’s theme being the metaverse.

During research for the project, we were able to delve deeply into the metaverse, and we were blown away by the scope and possibilities that the metaverse and Web3 present. We’re looking forward to writing more about both topics in the days and years to come.

The Metaverse presents profound new ways for people to communicate, interact, and engage with the world. It exhibits the potential to revolutionise everything from finance, business, education, architecture, art, sports, entertainment – to so much more.

Even though the metaverse is just starting to take shape, its vast potential has already attracted much attention globally, from the public, engineers, and developers to business leaders, investors, and governments. New business models and strategies are being developed, as well as technologies, standards, policies, and regulations—all with the metaverse in mind. The metaverse is simply a
new frontier that must not be overlooked.

Click here to read the entire message in both English and Chinese.

Hong Kong Genome Institute Annual Report 2021-22

posted by / December 20, 2022

A thoroughly eye-opening and meaningful project.

Subtitles Translation for MuseFest HK 2020

posted by / January 21, 2021

A captivating experience of subtitles translation throughout. The project offered us an opportunity to revisit some little-known Hong Kong history and research art conservation topics, while translating subtitles for MuseFest HK 2020.

If you have 26 minutes to catch up on some Hong Kong history, check this video out:

The first half of the talk is about five historical figures who visited Hong Kong – Nicholas II, Hirohito, Edward VIII, Chaplin, and George Bernard Shaw. The second half goes over Hong Kong’s toy making past, including the Cabbage Patch Kids.

If you are interested in poster creation, listen to two designers sharing their creations and works that they love (hint: lots of Japanese posters):

And, if you would like to learn about glass or painting conservation, here are two short videos:

Glass conservation:

Painting conservation:

Feature Story Transcreation – HKSTP CEO Mr Albert Wong

posted by / September 13, 2020

It is always a pleasure writing for and about innovation and technology.

We were invited by the CUHK Business School to transcreate a feature article of HKSTP CEO Mr Albert Wong.

The original writer used Mr Wong’s love of running as a thread to connect the story, so we also weaved the theme of running throughout our transcreation.

Read our transcreation here and the original Chinese article here.

CUHK Human Resources Office Newsletter

posted by / May 7, 2019

We were invited by the Chinese University’s Human Resources Office to translate their Positive Workplace and Staff Development newsletter. Our first translation project for the education sector!


“We Dare to Venture” 2019

posted by / February 22, 2019

Cyberport launched a sequel to its publicity campaign, We Dare to Venture, to spotlight the entrepreneurial spirit of 10 outstanding start-ups.

And we’ve been engaged to transcreate their stories.

Happy to help promote the uplifting stories of Hong Kong’s innovators!













Cyberport Annual Report 2017-18

posted by / November 21, 2018
For the second consecutive year, we were invited by Cyberport to develop the content for its Annual Report.
In addition to interviewing Cyberport’s chairman, CEO, and core teams, this year we interviewed six start-ups for their feature stories in the report.
We thank Cyberport for the opportunity and the trust. We are honored to play a part in Hong Kong’s I&T story. Read the full version here: cyberport.hk/files/annual_report/2017/Full_PDF/2017-18_Cyberport_AR_Full_PDF_ENG.pdf

IFTA Website Revamp

posted by / October 29, 2018

We were commissioned by the Institute of Financial Technologists of Asia (IFTA) to give its website–both content and layout–a face lift. (Click here for select screenshots, PDF 15.8mb)

Our copy also made it easier for Google to feature during search.

Editing for Asian Cultural Council Annual Report

posted by / October 23, 2018

We provided English editing and proofreading service to the Asian Cultural Council for its 2017-18 annual report.

English editing for HKTDC Annual Report 2017/18

posted by / October 22, 2018

We were invited to edit the “Developing Our Organisation” chapter of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council’s 2017/18 Annual Report.


eNewsletters Copywriting – Cyberport

posted by / August 4, 2018

March 2021 edition
(CyberLink Vol.150 Mar 2021)

February 2021 edition
(CyberLink Vol.149 Feb 2021)

January 2021 edition
(CyberLink Vol.148 Jan 2021)

December 2020 edition
(CyberLink Vol.147 Dec 2020)

November 2020 edition
(CyberLink Vol.146 Nov 2020)

October 2020 edition
(CyberLink Vol.145 Oct 2020)

September 2020 edition
(CyberLink Vol.144 Sep 2020)

August 2020 edition
(CyberLink Vol.143 Aug 2020)

Jul 2020 edition
(CyberLink Vol.142 Jul 2020)

June 2020 edition
(CyberLink Vol.141 Jun 2020)

May 2020 edition
(CyberLink Vol.140 May 2020)

April 2020 edition
(CyberLink Vol.139 Apr 2020)

For the April 2020 edition, we gave the style a make-over and improved the content flow. Instead of creating ledes that serve the dual purpose of being blurbs in the eDM and as ledes of the stories, we created dedicated blurbs for the eDM. This offered greater flexibility for styling the lede in each story and resulted in a smoother and more engaging flow.

March 2020 edition
(CyberLink Vol.138 Mar 2020)

February 2020 edition
(CyberLink Vol.137 Feb 2020)

January 2020 edition
(CyberLink Vol.136 Jan 2020)

December 2019 edition
(CyberLink Vol.135 Dec 2019)

November 2019 edition
(CyberLink Vol.134 Nov 2019)

October 2019 edition
(CyberLink Vol.133 Oct 2019)

September 2019 edition
(CyberLink Vol.132 Sep 2019)

August 2019 edition
(CyberLink Vol.131 Aug 2019)

July 2019 edition
(CyberLink Vol.130 Jul 2019)

June 2019 edition
(CyberLink Vol.129 Jun 2019)

May 2019 edition
(CyberLink Vol.128 May 2019)

April 2019 edition
(CyberLink Vol.127 April 2019)

March 2019 edition
(CyberLink Vol.126 March 2019)

February 2019 edition
(CyberLink Vol.125 February 2019)

January 2019 edition
(CyberLink Vol.124 January 2019)

December 2018 edition
(CyberLink Vol. 123 December 2018)

November 2018 edition
(CyberLink Vol. 122 November 2018)

October 2018 edition
(CyberLink Vol.121 October 2018)

September 2018 edition
(CyberLink Vol. 120 September 2018)

August 2018 edition
(CyberLink Vol. 119 August 2018)

July 2018 edition
(CyberLink Vol.118 July 2018)

Six-part series for the Bulletin magazine

posted by / April 16, 2018

We were commissioned by Cyberport to develop a six-part series on digital transformation for the Bulletin magazine, a trade magazine published by the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce.

April 2018 Issue (Topic: From Belt and Road to the Digital Silk Road):

Source: http://www.chamber.org.hk/FileUpload/201804101820471440/Bulletin_Apr2018.pdf#page=28

May 2018 Issue (Topic: Data as the new currency):


June 2018 Issue (Topic: Digital Transformation):

Source: http://www.chamber.org.hk/FileUpload/201806111417581782/June2018.pdf#page=50

July 2018 Issue (Topic: Cybersecurity):

Source: http://www.chamber.org.hk/FileUpload/201807101715018710/July2018.pdf#page=34

August 2018 Issue (Topic: FinTech, Blockchain, Digital Payments):


September 2018 Issue (Topic: Digital Marketing):


Chatbot of Maxim’s Caterers Ltd

posted by / February 5, 2018

Translation of chatbot content for Maxim’s Caterers.

Full version: https://maxcareer.maxims.com.hk/en/career

Cyberport Annual Report 2016-17

posted by / November 10, 2017

At Cyberport, our mission is to foster digital technology, adding value to the economy and laying a solid foundation for further social and economic development of Hong Kong. We are proud to demonstrate our commitment by establishing Cyberport as a springboard for young, passionate entrepreneurs with global ambition. We have built a robust ecosystem that connects digital technology companies with local and international investors and business partners. Our community includes technology giants like Microsoft, IBM and Lenovo, as well as start-ups such as GOGOVAN, TNG Wallet and Klook. Large and small, these companies are critical drivers of the digital technology industry and enrich our lives with innovative solutions. From Internet+ platforms to disruptive business models, our unique community provides unparalleled opportunities to collaborate, build the new economy, and drive economic value creation for Hong Kong.

For the full version, please visit: Cyberport Annual Report 2016-17

Press Release for Hong Kong FinTech Week

posted by / October 26, 2017

(Full Version: Cyberport showcases start-ups@Hong Kong FinTech Week)

Cyberport showcases start-ups@Hong Kong FinTech Week
Closer partnership with HKMA bolsters support for Hong Kong and Mainland FinTech companies

26 October 2017 – Cyberport kick-started five days of events at the Hong Kong FinTech Week, which opened on Monday (23 October) at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. FinTech Week gathers FinTech entrepreneurs, investors, innovators, regulators, and movers and shakers from around the world to explore the future of this booming industry. As the leading FinTech incubator in Hong Kong, Cyberport hosts thematic seminars and discussion panels to examine hot FinTech topics such as blockchain, cybersecurity, InsurTech, and wealth management.

Following a successful debut last year, this year’s Hong Kong FinTech Week highlights Hong Kong’s strengths as a FinTech hub, including in fundraising, incubator and accelerator programmes, as well as the city’s close ties and unparalleled opportunities with Mainland China, in the Greater Bay Area, and along the Belt and Road.

On 25 October, Cyberport also announced a closer partnership with the Hong Kong Monetary Authority to provide cross-border incubation to FinTech companies in Hong Kong and Shenzhen. Under the enriched partnership, both parties will explore the feasibility of establishing cross-border incubation facilities centre in Shenzhen. The centre will allow Hong Kong FinTech companies to access the space and business support provided by Shenzhen’s Office of Financial Development Service to facilitate their business expansion to the Mainland. At the same time, Mainland FinTech companies can use this platform to establish a foothold in Hong Kong with the support of Cyberport.

“Hong Kong FinTech is undergoing unprecedented growth this year, which has created many new opportunities that enable our start-ups and digital tech companies to grow faster and go farther,” said Herman Lam, CEO of Cyberport. “At Cyberport, aside from a surge in local and overseas start-ups, a rise in deal flows, and an increase in FinTech subdivisions, our FinTech ecosystem of more than 200 start-ups has grown in diversity and vibrancy. For example, TNG, one of Cyberport’s home-grown FinTech start-ups, recently raised US$115 million in series A funding and expanded its business to the UK market. The company now serves customers in a total of 14 markets worldwide.”

(Continue reading: Cyberport showcases start-ups@Hong Kong FinTech Week)

FinTech Pamphlet for UK Delegation

posted by / September 28, 2017

In September 2017, Cyberport organized a high-level FinTech delegation to the UK to promote Hong Kong’s FinTech prowess.

We were engaged to develop a handout to highlight Hong Kong’s FinTech developments, opportunities, and the 10 top-notch start-ups that joined the trip.

Interviews were conducted with the start-ups, which included such companies as Lattice, Privé Managers, and TNG FinTech Group.

The final product can be found here.

We also developed four of the key speeches that were delivered by Cyberport’s Chairman and CEO during the trip.

Live Tweeting

posted by / November 3, 2016

We’ve been invited by Cyberport to live tweet many events it hosted or co-organized, including the prestigious RISE Conference and Internet Economy Summit.

Our job: To engage people who can’t be there in person.

In addition to capturing inspiring quotes, key ideas, findings, and insights, we strategically hashtagged the tweets to reach people beyond the usual followers.


Editing and Translation of Cyberport Annual Report 2015-16

posted by / September 13, 2016

We were invited to copyedit the English version of Cyberport’s 2015-16 Annual Report and translate it into Chinese.

We firmly believe in Hong Kong’s digital future and are honored to be able to contribute to the movement.

Ghostwriting – For Cyberport CEO, Herman Lam

posted by / November 3, 2014

Ghostwriting for Cyberport CEO, Herman Lam. Contributed a piece entitled “What Hong Kong can offer British Start-ups” in the London Matters magazine (http://www.londonbusinessmatters.co.uk/archive/2014-11/mobile/index.html#p=49)


Editing and Translation of Cyberport Annual Report 2015-16

We were invited to copyedit the English version of Cyberport’s 2015-16 Annual Report and translate it into Chinese.

We firmly believe in Hong Kong’s digital future and are honored to be able to contribute to the movement.