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Hong Kong’s special status must remain a shield for the city as US-China trade war intensifies, says American Chamber of Commerce chief Tara Joseph
2019-05-20T06:30:06+08:00
A special arrangement under which the United States treats Hong Kong differently on politics, trade and diplomacy from the rest of China is important for the city and must be preserved... read more
Hong Kong’s special status must remain a shield for the city as US-China trade war intensifies, says American Chamber of Commerce chief Tara Joseph
2019-05-20T06:30:06+08:00
A special arrangement under which the United States treats Hong Kong differently on politics, trade and diplomacy from the rest of China is important for the city and must be preserved... read more
Ex-CIA agent Kevin Mallory receives 20-year jail sentence for spying for China
2019-05-19T08:00:35+08:00
An ex-CIA officer was sentenced to 20 years in prison Friday for spying for China in a case called part of an “alarming trend” in the US intelligence community. Kevin... read more
Hong Kong’s black market in pangolin scales feeding demand in mainland China, campaigners fear
2019-05-19T21:00:09+08:00
Fears have been raised that tonnes of illegally hoarded pangolin scales in Hong Kong have been smuggled to the mainland after it was revealed the city has issued just one licence for... read more
Thousands march for animal rights in Hong Kong with protesters demanding abusers get 10 years behind bars
2019-05-19T20:35:45+08:00
Thousands of people braved the scorching heat of Hong Kong on Sunday afternoon to march in support of animal rights as they called for harsher punishments for animal abusers.Some protesters... read more
Thousands march for animal rights in Hong Kong with protesters demanding abusers get 10 years behind bars
2019-05-19T20:35:45+08:00
Thousands of people braved the scorching heat of Hong Kong on Sunday afternoon to march in support of animal rights as they called for harsher punishments for animal abusers.Some protesters... read more
Public slaughterhouse to reopen as Hong Kong lawmaker calls for private facility to lose its licence over response to African swine fever outbreak
2019-05-19T18:59:50+08:00
Pig farmers and lawmakers have criticised Hong Kong’s only private abattoir for suspending operations without good reason, as one politician urged the government to revoke its licence.Helena... read more
Public slaughterhouse to reopen as Hong Kong lawmaker calls for private facility to lose its licence over response to African swine fever outbreak
2019-05-19T18:59:50+08:00
Pig farmers and lawmakers have criticised Hong Kong’s only private abattoir for suspending operations without good reason, as one politician urged the government to revoke its licence.Helena... read more
One-fifth of Hong Kong parents under too much strain at home, survey finds, leaving little time to ask children about their problems
2019-05-19T18:23:05+08:00
One in five parents feel they are struggling with home life, according to a survey published by an NGO on Sunday.Of the 509 parents of kindergarten, primary and secondary children polled... read more
One-fifth of Hong Kong parents under too much strain at home, survey finds, leaving little time to ask children about their problems
2019-05-19T18:23:05+08:00
One in five parents feel they are struggling with home life, according to a survey published by an NGO on Sunday.Of the 509 parents of kindergarten, primary and secondary children polled... read more
The contradiction in Hong Kong’s current approach to climate change: fly before you fry
2019-05-19T18:00:58+08:00
Two news items this week concerning seemingly unrelated events caused me to take notice and remark upon the contradictions that characterise our era along with the cognitive dissonance... read more
Helicopter crashes at Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden in Hong Kong, killing 49-year-old pilot
2019-05-19T18:01:34+08:00
A man was killed in a helicopter crash near a popular Hong Kong attraction on Sunday.The aircraft went down at 5.29pm near the Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden, a conservation and education... read more