Sin-ming Shaw examines the political motivations behind China's recent attacks on Hong Kong's Li Ka-shing.
China’s government and Hong Kong’s wealthiest man, the much-admired Li Ka-shing, have been waging an acidic spat – one that increasingly looks like a bitter divorce being played out in tabloid newspapers. The conflict comes down to politics. Li is showing too much independence, and China’s communist rulers do not like it one bit. READ MORE