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Convoy plans to spend HK$300 million on hiring and bonuses to boost morale after graft arrests - World News
Convoy plans to spend HK$300 million on hiring and bonuses to boost morale after graft arrests 4 hours ago
Convoy Global Holdings, the Hong Kong financial advisory firm that lost its three most senior executives 10 days ago to the city’s largest graft crackdown in a decade, said it’s going to spend its way into the hearts and minds of customers and
Hong Kong lawmaker promises extreme action after legislature rule changes curb filibustering -World News
Hong Kong lawmaker promises extreme action after legislature rule changes curb filibustering 4 hours ago
Localist lawmaker Eddie Chu Hoi-dick has vowed to take extreme action to make his voice heard in Hong Kong’s legislature after the rules of the chamber were amended last week to curb filibustering despite strong opposition. The city’s rival po
Hong Kong finance chief ‘to boost land supply’ in next budget -World News
Hong Kong finance chief ‘to boost land supply’ in next budget 5 hours ago
Hong Kong’s finance chief has indicated that boosting land supply to ease the city’s housing problems will be a key part of his upcoming budget, through which he said he would strive to elevate “the people’s sense of being well-off
How can Carrie Lam accomplish her new mission of pushing Hongkongers to learn more about China’s Communist Party? -World News
How can Carrie Lam accomplish her new mission of pushing Hongkongers to learn more about China’s Communist Party? 7 hours ago
Not many people watch television nowadays, understandably – especially not state broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV) here in Hong Kong. So it was no surprise that many missed a particularly significant detail of the first duty visit to Beiji
Trio threaten to quit task force if Hong Kong government refuses to overhaul ‘problematic’ funding system for NGOs -World News
Trio threaten to quit task force if Hong Kong government refuses to overhaul ‘problematic’ funding system for NGOs 9 hours ago
Three members of a task force looking into a funding system for social welfare organisations have threatened to quit the official panel should the government refuse to promise a complete overhaul of the existing model, which they slammed as problematic. T
Hong Kong helps speed up development of new treatments as number of clinical trials in city surges -World News
Hong Kong helps speed up development of new treatments as number of clinical trials in city surges 10 hours ago
Hong Kong is playing an increasingly important role in speeding up the registration of new pharmaceuticals and therapies globally, with the number of clinical trials conducted in the city having surged significantly in the past year, the city’s two
Sports associations urged to take action against sexual abuse following Vera Lui’s ‘Me Too’ revelations -World News
Sports associations urged to take action against sexual abuse following Vera Lui’s ‘Me Too’ revelations 13 hours ago
The city’s leading sports federation and equality watchdog are to roll out measures to tackle sexual abuse after Hong Kong star hurdler Vera Lui Lai-yiu revealed she was assaulted by her former coach 10 years ago. The Sports Federation and Olympic C
Coldest day this winter, but Hong Kong Observatory warns of fire danger in countryside -World News
Coldest day this winter, but Hong Kong Observatory warns of fire danger in countryside 15 hours ago
Hong Kong woke to a dry and chilly morning on Sunday as the temperature fell to 12 degrees Celsius – the lowest this winter – with a cold weather warning remaining in force. The Hong Kong Observatory issued an additional red fire danger warnin
Harbour view at Hong Kong Cultural Centre ‘impractical’ says building’s engineer -World News
Harbour view at Hong Kong Cultural Centre ‘impractical’ says building’s engineer 15 hours ago
Renovating the Hong Kong Cultural Centre to turn its windowless facade into a panoramic harbour view would be structurally impractical, its builder has said. Tom Ho Tong-yam, a London-based structural engineer who won the contract to build the roof of the
Cable car issue at Hong Kong’s Ocean Park traps 210 riders mid-air in winter cold -World News
Cable car issue at Hong Kong’s Ocean Park traps 210 riders mid-air in winter cold 15 hours ago
Some 210 cable car riders at Hong Kong’s Ocean Park were left hanging in mid-air for half an hour in the winter cold on Saturday night due to a mechanical issue. A spokeswoman for the Southern District amusement park said shortly before midnight tha
How Hong Kong failed Madagascar’s domestic helpers -World News
How Hong Kong failed Madagascar’s domestic helpers 17 hours ago
Giselle was half a world away from Hong Kong when she saw a newspaper advertisement that would change her life. Soon after – filled with dreams and aspirations – she boarded a plane in her home of Madagascar bound for the city, where she had s
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam hopes to restore calm after vote stops lawmakers’ ‘Taliban-style hijack’ -World News
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam hopes to restore calm after vote stops lawmakers’ ‘Taliban-style hijack’ 1 day ago
Hong Kong’s leader hopes peace and rationality will be restored in the city’s legislature, one day after 11 democratic lawmakers were thrown out of the chamber in a failed bid to block the passage of amendments to curb filibustering. Chief Exe
Grandmother and disabled husband used to live in rooftop shack in Hong Kong – but housing scheme has given them new start -World News
Grandmother and disabled husband used to live in rooftop shack in Hong Kong – but housing scheme has given them new start 1 day ago
Christmas has come early for 66-year-old Grandma Tang and her wheelchair-bound husband, who will move into a newly renovated 260 sq ft flat next week. The pair, along with their six-year-old grandson, used to live in a 100 sq ft rooftop shack on top of a
Shooting and scoring for charity at 20th annual Operation Santa Claus five-a-side soccer tournament -World News
Shooting and scoring for charity at 20th annual Operation Santa Claus five-a-side soccer tournament 1 day ago
The spirit of giving warmed as a wintry breeze blew across the pitch at the 20th annual Operation Santa Claus five-a-side charity soccer tournament. Under the theme of “more goals for one goal”, the competition was held at the Stanley Ho Sport
Author of book Hong Kong Nationalism among Taiwanese scholars barred from city -World News
Author of book Hong Kong Nationalism among Taiwanese scholars barred from city 1 day ago
Two Taiwanese scholars intending to take part in a forum in Hong Kong on local politics have seen their visa applications rejected. The pair accused the Hong Kong government of undermining academic freedom by refusing them entry and implementing unnecessa
Hongkongers are going big on bitcoin, but some don’t understand what they are getting into -World News
Hongkongers are going big on bitcoin, but some don’t understand what they are getting into 1 day ago
Bob Laberge, a data warehouse technical specialist in his 50s, invested in bitcoin for the first time on November 15 – when the digital currency was valued at about US$6,600 – knowing very little about it. He invested US$500 as a test –
Let’s face it, Facebook is mostly a toxic fix for dopamine junkies -World News
Let’s face it, Facebook is mostly a toxic fix for dopamine junkies 1 day ago
In the wonderfully weird and presciently absorbing graphic novel The Private Eye by Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin, “the cloud has burst” due to a network catastrophe and the internet no longer exists. The story takes place in a dystopian,
Cold weather warning issued as Hong Kong shivers in low temperatures -World News
Cold weather warning issued as Hong Kong shivers in low temperatures 1 day ago
The Hong Kong Observatory issued the first cold weather warning of the winter on Saturday, with the temperature expected to drop to 13 degrees Celsius at night. The warning was issued at 4.20pm, which means the city’s minimum temperature was below 1
Crisis veteran helps Hong Kong tackle acute housing shortage, one renovated home at a time -World News
Crisis veteran helps Hong Kong tackle acute housing shortage, one renovated home at a time 1 day ago
Heron Holloway, CEO of the Hong Kong branch of international housing charity Habitat for Humanity, is on a mission to change the way Hongkongers live. In a city plagued by stark social inequality and an acute shortage of affordable housing, the non-profit
The only way is not up, says Hong Kong architect who thinks city should rethink its vertical growth -World News
The only way is not up, says Hong Kong architect who thinks city should rethink its vertical growth 1 day ago
Hong Kong architect William Lim Ooi-lee is surrounded by skyscrapers in the city’s business district, Central – a few of them designed by him. But looking up, the 60-year-old says he believes that building vertically fast is not the best for t
Shoppers camp overnight for Hong Kong expo’s HK$1 dishwasher, as leader Carrie Lam drops in for noodles -World News
Shoppers camp overnight for Hong Kong expo’s HK$1 dishwasher, as leader Carrie Lam drops in for noodles 1 day ago
Eager shoppers camped outside Hong Kong’s Victoria Park for over 20 hours on Friday and into Saturday for a chance to nab electronics and other discounted items for as little as HK$1 at the opening of the annual Brands and Products Expo. Even Hong K
Eight in 10 Hongkongers expect to spend more this Christmas compared with last year -World News
Eight in 10 Hongkongers expect to spend more this Christmas compared with last year 1 day ago
Some of the figures surrounding Hong Kong’s Christmas consumer frenzy are truly shocking, such as eight in 10 Hongkongers preparing to splurge more this year, with some expecting to double their holiday spending. And as a result, the waste produced
Xi ‘sent a reminder’ to Hong Kong over Beijing’s hard line on city -World News
Xi ‘sent a reminder’ to Hong Kong over Beijing’s hard line on city 1 day ago
Xi Jinping’s praise for Hong Kong’s leader learning about the Communist Party congress report was to remind residents of his hardline principles on the city and that its semi-autonomy is contingent on respect for the party, a leading Beijing a
How week of chaos inspired Indian tech entrepreneur to set up OkSir app for in-home services -World News
How week of chaos inspired Indian tech entrepreneur to set up OkSir app for in-home services 1 day ago
Arun Kapoor was sending his son to school when his car broke down. His domestic helper would usually have helped but she did not turn up for work that day. At the same time his wife was in hospital, pregnant with their second child. It was a hectic week f
After #MeToo comes Now What? as women host forum to push for change in Hong Kong community -World News
After #MeToo comes Now What? as women host forum to push for change in Hong Kong community 2 days ago
It is time to allow sexual harassment victims the chance to share their nightmares with one another, face-to-face, instead of just hiding behind the screen and keyboard in the #MeToo movement, said the organisers of a discussion forum. Four women with com