Open data and Open Data Hong Kong are featured in the news often. Stay tuned to this page for updates.
A growing movement of data enthusiasts are hoping to use government information in apps and products in a way that could change our daily lives. Anna Cummins meets the volunteers behind Open Data Hong Kong.
Open Data Hong Kong Co-founder Mart Van de Ven Explains What Open Data is and Why It Matters – Startup HK
Open Data Hong Kong co-founder Mart Van de Ven explains to Startup HK what open data is and why it matters in an article on January 16, 2014.
Two articles in the Harbour Times featured Open Data Hong Kong.
The following guest post is by Waltraut Ritter, a member of Opendata Hong Kong, the Open Knowledge Foundation’s Local Group. It is the first of two posts exploring the current state of open data in Asia. – See more at: http://blog.okfn.org/2013/10/03/open-data-developments-in-asia/#sthash.sz3HIU8r.dpuf
ODHK advocate Waltraut Ritter and the Civic Party’s Ronny Tong discuss Open Data for Hong Kong.
Advocates for open data in Hong Kong argue that giving citizens greater access to public information will lead to a better society. But it’s not always easy to get hold of facts here, as Elizabeth Choi discovers
Not all hackers are bad. A growing number are showing their faces and using public data to help society. The WSJ’s Diana Jou tours us through a Hong Kong hackathon for a look at some of the programs that could make us healthier and happier.