IF MUSIC IS ENTERTAINMENT, CAN IMMIGRATION IN HONG KONG EXPLAIN “WORK” VISAS?

By Hans Ebert Visit Hans-Ebert.com Every day people are allowed into Hong Kong under what’s known as a Refugee Status. Nothing really wrong with this, and live and let live and all that until one comes face to face with those in Hong Kong under this immigration law and find that, not all, but tooContinue reading “IF MUSIC IS ENTERTAINMENT, CAN IMMIGRATION IN HONG KONG EXPLAIN “WORK” VISAS?”

SPOT A FLY AND SPOTIFY: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE

By Hans Ebert Visit Hans-Ebert.com When the majors talk about the money they’re making from the streaming of music, they’re not lying. It’s more than a good soundbite. Where the real truth lies is that only around twelve of their most important artists with big back catalogues that continue to sell and are protected byContinue reading “SPOT A FLY AND SPOTIFY: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE”

MUSIC: THE TIME TO SET NEW STANDARDS

By Hans Ebert Visit Hans-Ebert.com It’s not the latest “hip” music, but then, what is- Florence and the Machine? Sia? Drake?- but a friend and I were listening to our friend Maricel, the resident singer at the Champagne Bar of the Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong, perform a set of standards- “Moon River”, “The WayContinue reading “MUSIC: THE TIME TO SET NEW STANDARDS”