These are videos from The Wall Street Journal’s video hub, where I appeared to discuss my stories.
Airports in Asia are less efficient than their counterparts in the U.S., according to new study from the University of British Columbia. Professor Tae Oum, the study’s lead author, talks to the WSJ’s Riva Gold about what globetrotters should expect in terminals around the world.
Chinese citizens can now get insurance that pays off if their view of the full moon during the Mid-Autumn Festival is obstructed. The WSJ’s Riva Gold tells Deborah Kan more about the policy.
Luxury-obsessed Hong Kong has a new form of loan collateral: the handbag. The WSJ’s Mariko Sanchanta and Riva Gold discuss this money-lending innovation from Lady Finance—which will lend against a purse on the spot, as long as it’s from Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Hermès or Chanel.
The number of child sexual-abuse cases in Hong Kong took the biggest jump in nine years in 2012, a government report shows. The WSJ’s Riva Gold tells Abheek Bhattacharya why the government sees a link between that jump and the rise of social media.