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Watchdog urges United Nations to defy Chinese pressure and let Taiwanese journalists cover events
2018-09-19T17:00:35+08:00
Press freedom watchdog Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has urged the United Nations (UN) to defy Chinese pressure and let Taiwanese journalists cover events. The appeal comes as the... read more
Shenzhen Communist Party leaders get early look at Hong Kong high-speed trains with ride to meet Carrie Lam at West Kowloon
2018-09-19T16:40:15+08:00
Communist Party leaders from Hong Kong’s mainland neighbour Shenzhen on Wednesday got an early look at the new high-speed rail line linking the two cities when they rode a train... read more
Shenzhen Communist Party leaders get early look at Hong Kong high-speed trains with ride to meet Carrie Lam at West Kowloon
2018-09-19T16:40:15+08:00
Communist Party leaders from Hong Kong’s mainland neighbour Shenzhen on Wednesday got an early look at the new high-speed rail line linking the two cities when they rode a train... read more
Researchers accuse Hong Kong gov’t of excluding 301 hectares from land supply consultation
2018-09-19T16:00:58+08:00
The government failed to include 301 hectares of vacant or under-utilised land – which could be used to build interim housing and community facilities – in its ongoing land... read more
Hong Kong gov’t to review natural disasters plan after Typhoon Mangkhut
2018-09-19T10:47:55+08:00
Hong Kong’s government will review its plan for natural disasters after Typhoon Mangkhut ripped through the city on Sunday, causing widespread damage. Chief Executive Carrie Lam... read more
‘A human disaster’: Piles of styrofoam washed up by Typhoon Mangkhut highlight Hong Kong’s marine trash problem
2018-09-19T10:30:33+08:00
Hong Kong’s trash problem was once again brought to the fore after Typhoon Mangkhut ripped through the city on Sunday, scattering styrofoam and other synthetic material far and... read more
Cathay Pacific aeroplane gets new paint job, complete with massive spelling mistake
2018-09-19T12:15:15+08:00
If you’ve ever been refused boarding to a flight because your name was spelled wrong on the ticket, you might take comfort from this fairly glaring error on the side of a Cathay... read more
Cathay Pacific aeroplane gets new paint job, complete with massive spelling mistake
2018-09-19T12:15:15+08:00
If you’ve ever been refused boarding to a flight because your name was spelled wrong on the ticket, you might take comfort from this fairly glaring error on the side of a Cathay... read more
L.A. Times Beijing Bureau Chief Jonathan Kaiman resigns after investigation into alleged sexual misconduct
2018-09-19T11:22:39+08:00
The Beijing Bureau Chief of the Los Angeles Times has resigned after the paper completed an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by him. The L.A. Times suspended Jonathan... read more
China’s waste ban has rocked the recycling world and revealed Hong Kong’s dire record. What next for the city’s rising mountains of trash?
2018-09-19T11:00:30+08:00
Rubbish is all about economics in Berlin. “We can’t have too much,” said Michael Paulus, an executive at BSR, the city’s government-owned waste collection firm.... read more
China’s waste ban has rocked the recycling world and revealed Hong Kong’s dire record. What next for the city’s rising mountains of trash?
2018-09-19T11:00:30+08:00
Rubbish is all about economics in Berlin. “We can’t have too much,” said Michael Paulus, an executive at BSR, the city’s government-owned waste collection firm.... read more
Hong Kong jury sent away to decide fate of professor accused of yoga ball murder
2018-09-19T10:59:11+08:00
A High Court jury in Hong Kong was sent away on Wednesday morning to decide whether a Malaysian professor murdered his wife and daughter with a gas-filled yoga ball as alleged by prosecutors. At... read more