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Brian Yeung

Contributor at Chinese, English and Russian media

Hong Kong

Brian Yeung

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5 things to watch out for if you want to immigrate to Ireland

Britain has been a popular destination of immigration among the Hongkongers. Yet its neighbour across the Irish Sea, Ireland, is gaining increasing attention from would-be immigrants. The nation – still a member of the European Union – is seen as having strategic advantages over the UK and many of its counterparts on the continent, following Britain’s decision to leave the political and economic union of member states, and other geopolitical uncertainties.
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Hong Kong can fill gap in the Bay Area’s innovation landscape

Many cities aspire to become the next Silicon Valley. Shenzhen — once a capital for copycat products — is now a key driver of the Chinese answer to Silicon Valley: the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. What role can Hong Kong in the GBA initiative?
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The making of Putin’s legacy

When people discuss Russia, particularly the rule of Vladimir Putin, they often refer to “forever Putin” – the strongman’s repeatedly extended presidency. In July, the Russian government passed constitutional amendments and the most controversial amendment was one that could extend Putin’s rule until 2036.
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The Story of Brian Yeung: A Decade of Adventures in Russia

A translated article from a full-page profile featuring my new book, Stepping Inside a Foreign Land – Russia, and my experience in Russia
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Why this banker gives away most of his wealth

The Russian-Armenian philanthropist Ruben Vardanyan talks about wealth, succession, and the business of giving.
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The SAR government must do more to nurture property technology

Hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, Hong Kong – the world’s most expensive real estate market – is now pressing the reset button. Commercial real estate service company Cushman & Wakefield projects a drop of up to 20 percent in housing prices this year. Can technology play a role in helping developers and investors weather the storm?
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How Hong Kong can harness property technology

The rise of technology has revolutionized the property sector but is Hong Kong – the world’s most expensive real estate market – ready for the proptech revolution?
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A peek inside the iconic Chao family firm

A profile interview featuring Hong Kong textile tycoon’s daughter about wealth, succession, philanthropy and the art of business
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Hopping around the world in search of possibilities of life: how Russia propels Brian Yeung’s unique career

Brian Yeung was featured by Hong Kong newspaper Ming Pao about how his stories in the Netherlands and Russia epitomize his adventures of self-discovery.
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Why philanthropists should invest in the future of HK youths

As Hong Kong is the home of many rich philanthropists, it’s apropos to ask whether they can play a role in tackling the grievances widely shared by today’s young generation.
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The Rationality Behind Art Investment

Investing is sometimes referred to as an irrational behavior and art itself often appears subjective. But not many realize that art investment can be a rational game. What should investors consider before they bet on art?
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Hong Kong social enterprises on an upward trajectory

Social enterprises (SEs) are seen as an innovative way of tackling various issues which concern the community by setting up new businesses which usually operate on a not-for-profit basis. But what remains unclear is how many of the entrepreneurs behind these initiatives are able to maintain the early enthusiasm and momentum and how many of these enterprises have been turned into a self-supporting venture.
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About

Brian Yeung

Brian is the Founder of Brianstorm Content Solutions. Prior to his business venture, he oversaw the Yidan Prize’s international communications, multimedia content and digital activation as the Associate Director of Communications.

With a decade of experience as a communications professional in media, agency and in-house environment, he has an extensive network among high-net-worth-individuals, blue chip regional companies and private foundations.

In his personal capacity, he has been contributing to over 10 Chinese, English and Russian media including print, online and broadcast.

He was a Consultant at Ruder Finn and the first Social Media Executive of The Economist's Events and Thought-Leadership in the Asia Pacific.