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Asia’s plastic disaster: Convenience is no excuse when there are cleaner alternatives
2018-06-23T09:50:09+08:00
By Doug Woodring Global awareness of the scourge of plastic products in their “afterlife” is finally reaching the popular press and communities around the world in a big way.... read more
In Pictures: Chinese parents-to-be go abroad in search of IVF treatments
2018-06-23T08:00:51+08:00
By Albee Zhang with Sally Mairs in Bangkok The easing of China’s one-child policy was a godsend to Zhang Yinzhe and his wife Xu Mengsha, who had decided they wanted to use in-vitro... read more
Don’t turn prosecution into persecution, head of Hong Kong barrister body warns
2018-06-23T06:30:30+08:00
The head of Hong Kong’s professional regulatory body for barristers warned the government on Friday not to turn “prosecution” into “persecution”, even... read more
Chinese holiday island to unlock Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for foreign visitors
2018-06-22T22:15:45+08:00
Visitors to China’s tropical island of Hainan will have access to popular social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube that are banned elsewhere in the country, as... read more
Hong Kong pastor admits ‘inappropriate’ behaviour after church-goer calls him ‘monster’ over sexual harassment claims
2018-06-22T22:15:45+08:00
A Hong Kong pastor has admitted that he behaved “inappropriately” after a woman accused him on social media of abusing his position as a father figure among church-goers... read more
Chinese holiday island to unlock Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for foreign visitors
2018-06-22T22:15:45+08:00
Visitors to China’s tropical island of Hainan will have access to popular social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube that are banned elsewhere in the country, as... read more
Mould scare prompts removal of indigestion drug Enzyplex from Hong Kong’s public hospitals and shops
2018-06-22T22:04:43+08:00
A drug used for digestive disorders was removed from shop shelves in Hong Kong on Friday after tests on several tablets found they were contaminated with mould. The city’s public... read more
Mould scare prompts removal of indigestion drug Enzyplex from Hong Kong’s public hospitals and shops
2018-06-22T22:04:43+08:00
A drug used for digestive disorders was removed from shop shelves in Hong Kong on Friday after tests on several tablets found they were contaminated with mould. The city’s public... read more
Rowers power through downpours at Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival after rainstorm warning
2018-06-22T21:33:01+08:00
Paddlers and spectators braved heavy rain on Friday to make a splash on the first day of the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival. More than 4,500 rowers from 15 countries were set to hit... read more
Embattled Hong Kong rail operator hit with fresh safety scare over Yuen Long station pillars that have been sinking since 2012
2018-06-22T20:15:45+08:00
Already reeling from a series of scandals the embattled MTR Corporation was hit by another safety scare on Friday when it emerged that pillars holding up a section of track at Yuen... read more
Embattled Hong Kong rail operator hit with fresh safety scare over Yuen Long station pillars that have been sinking since 2012
2018-06-22T20:15:45+08:00
Already reeling from a series of scandals the embattled MTR Corporation was hit by another safety scare on Friday when it emerged that pillars holding up a section of track at Yuen... read more
Hong Kong challenges to co-location law will not force Beijing’s hand, says member of China’s top legislative body
2018-06-22T19:47:18+08:00
Hong Kong’s sole member of the nation’s top legislative body on Friday dismissed concerns that Beijing would act against mounting legal challenges to legislation allowing... read more