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Human Resources has served the HR practitioner community in Hong Kong since 2015.  Thanks to the support of the local human resources community, Human Resources magazine has quickly become one of the most popular publications for the industry in Hong Kong and the region.

Today, it is my pleasure to announce to you, our dear readers, that our e-newsletter will from now on be available in both English and traditional Chinese.

Since the beginning of 2017, Human Resources magazine has grown its online readership by more than 50% compared to the previous year. We are proud to share that on average, more than 140,000 users visit us every month at www.humanresourcesonline.net, including more than 200,000 users in July 2017, making us Asia’s most read HR publication [data via Google Analytics].

We would like to thank you for making us the region’s most trusted HR content provider. Thank you for your support, we couldn’t have done it without you!

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Anthony Wong

Human Resources Magazine Hong Kong
Anthony Wong oversees the editorial content for Human Resources in Hong Kong for print, online and social media. He is responsible for reporting and analysing the most relevant HR trends in Hong Kong as well as growing Human Resources readership in Hong Kong through online and print product and industry events, conferences and award ceremonies. Prior to joining Lighthouse Independent Media in July 2015, Wong spent seven years as a senior reporter in South China Morning Post specialising in reports on the local job market and education industry.

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