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Australia's Rudd Dials Hong Kong Expats - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Australia's Rudd Dials Hong Kong Expats - Wall Street Journal (blog) | HkLifemagazine | Scoop.it
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5 Unexpected Things to Do in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong’s No.6 bus to Stanley

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VIDEO: PTS DAS Training At Hong Kong Airsoft Show - Popular Airsoft NEWS

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A subway system that can move 5.1 million people every weekday with an on-time performance of 99.9 percent certainly deserves to call itself “one of the world’s leading railways.”

 

But Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway (MTR) is doing something odd for an urban rapid transit system — even more odd than being on time. It’s exporting its brand as one of the world’s best metros and super-efficient services to cities around the world.

 

As the Wall Street Journal reports, MTR already runs rail lines in mainland China, Australia, and Europe and exports its trademarked door chimes. And now it’s looking to build on that growth with rail projects from Germany to Sydney to London’s Crosscut commuter rail project. It’s rare to see a city expand its mass transportation system to other cities around the world, but then again, MTR isn’t your typical urban transit system.

 

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5 ways Hong Kong firms can attract and retain a diverse talent

5 ways Hong Kong firms can attract and retain a diverse talent | HkLifemagazine | Scoop.it

A subway system that can move 5.1 million people every weekday with an on-time performance of 99.9 percent certainly deserves to call itself “one of the world’s leading railways.”

 

But Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway (MTR) is doing something odd for an urban rapid transit system — even more odd than being on time. It’s exporting its brand as one of the world’s best metros and super-efficient services to cities around the world.

 

As the Wall Street Journal reports, MTR already runs rail lines in mainland China, Australia, and Europe and exports its trademarked door chimes. And now it’s looking to build on that growth with rail projects from Germany to Sydney to London’s Crosscut commuter rail project. It’s rare to see a city expand its mass transportation system to other cities around the world, but then again, MTR isn’t your typical urban transit system.

 

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Hong Kong exports its super-efficient subway | SmartPlanet

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A subway system that can move 5.1 million people every weekday with an on-time performance of 99.9 percent certainly deserves to call itself “one of the world’s leading railways.”

 

But Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway (MTR) is doing something odd for an urban rapid transit system — even more odd than being on time. It’s exporting its brand as one of the world’s best metros and super-efficient services to cities around the world.

 

As the Wall Street Journal reports, MTR already runs rail lines in mainland China, Australia, and Europe and exports its trademarked door chimes. And now it’s looking to build on that growth with rail projects from Germany to Sydney to London’s Crosscut commuter rail project. It’s rare to see a city expand its mass transportation system to other cities around the world, but then again, MTR isn’t your typical urban transit system.

 

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Hong Kong Couple Sentenced for Torturing Maid - Wall Street Journal (blog)

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Hong Kong offers up Eastern delights for clubbers - TravelDailyNews Asia-Pacific

Hong Kong offers up Eastern delights for clubbers - TravelDailyNews Asia-Pacific | HkLifemagazine | Scoop.it
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Hong Kong welcomes China's air pollution measures, to curb emissions too

Hong Kong welcomes China's air pollution measures, to curb emissions too | HkLifemagazine | Scoop.it

A subway system that can move 5.1 million people every weekday with an on-time performance of 99.9 percent certainly deserves to call itself “one of the world’s leading railways.”

 

But Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway (MTR) is doing something odd for an urban rapid transit system — even more odd than being on time. It’s exporting its brand as one of the world’s best metros and super-efficient services to cities around the world.

 

As the Wall Street Journal reports, MTR already runs rail lines in mainland China, Australia, and Europe and exports its trademarked door chimes. And now it’s looking to build on that growth with rail projects from Germany to Sydney to London’s Crosscut commuter rail project. It’s rare to see a city expand its mass transportation system to other cities around the world, but then again, MTR isn’t your typical urban transit system.

 

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China rejects interference in Hong Kong, 'thoughtless' British remarks

China rejects interference in Hong Kong, 'thoughtless' British remarks | HkLifemagazine | Scoop.it

A subway system that can move 5.1 million people every weekday with an on-time performance of 99.9 percent certainly deserves to call itself “one of the world’s leading railways.”

 

But Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway (MTR) is doing something odd for an urban rapid transit system — even more odd than being on time. It’s exporting its brand as one of the world’s best metros and super-efficient services to cities around the world.

 

As the Wall Street Journal reports, MTR already runs rail lines in mainland China, Australia, and Europe and exports its trademarked door chimes. And now it’s looking to build on that growth with rail projects from Germany to Sydney to London’s Crosscut commuter rail project. It’s rare to see a city expand its mass transportation system to other cities around the world, but then again, MTR isn’t your typical urban transit system.

 

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Hong Kong 2013 | Devin Kho

Hong Kong  2013 | Devin Kho | HkLifemagazine | Scoop.it

A subway system that can move 5.1 million people every weekday with an on-time performance of 99.9 percent certainly deserves to call itself “one of the world’s leading railways.”

 

But Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway (MTR) is doing something odd for an urban rapid transit system — even more odd than being on time. It’s exporting its brand as one of the world’s best metros and super-efficient services to cities around the world.

 

As the Wall Street Journal reports, MTR already runs rail lines in mainland China, Australia, and Europe and exports its trademarked door chimes. And now it’s looking to build on that growth with rail projects from Germany to Sydney to London’s Crosscut commuter rail project. It’s rare to see a city expand its mass transportation system to other cities around the world, but then again, MTR isn’t your typical urban transit system.

 

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iPhone 5S reservations almost sold out in Beijing, Hong Kong ...

iPhone 5S reservations almost sold out in Beijing, Hong Kong ... | HkLifemagazine | Scoop.it
Reservations for most flavors of the 5S have already been snagged soon after going live, with only the 16GB 'space gray' version still available. Read this article by Lance Whitney on CNET News.
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