Traditional railway companies are recognising the need to build on the velocity but it’s newer startups and technologies that are leading the way.
The companies requested grants of HK$30,000 (around SG$5,200) for each coach they own.
Among the most eye-catching installations is a five-meter-tall "Big foot" sculpture of a black sitting giant.
Chances are favorable that at least one of this year’s companies going public is likely to have a better-than-expected performance in the long term.
Tencent-backed travel firm reports 78% rise in revenue; Uber buys Hong Kong cab-hailing app.
The firm has so far recorded 1.2 million app downloads, bridging local passengers with over 45,000 taxi drivers as of now.
Hong Kong hotels struggling as government U-turn leaves travelers racing to rebook rooms; Hopes of travel recovery dashed by Delta variant.
Founded in 2002, Sqills hasn’t raised outside investment.
ChinaTravelNews is a wholly owned subsidiary of
©2022 TravelDaily Inc.