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How a phonetic app can help you tone up your Cantonese skills
2017-12-16T10:31:03+08:00
One of the biggest hurdles for foreigners in Hong Kong is communicating with the locals. With words spelt out as Tsim Sha Tsui, it is no wonder they do not know how to correctly pronouncing... read more
In Pictures: Bustling Beijing migrant neighbourhood turns into ghost town after gov’t evictions
2017-12-16T09:00:20+08:00
The narrow alleyways of the Beijing migrant neighbourhood were once crammed with men cooking on outdoor stoves, women hanging clothes to dry and young children playing games. Now dead... read more
Dixieland, meatpies, and booze: Long-time Hong Kong institution Ned Kelly’s Last Stand turns 45
2017-12-16T10:00:44+08:00
by Annemarie Evans Cast your eye around the crowded tables on a weekend evening, and there will be a mix of Hong Kong punters singing and clapping along to jazz and swing numbers played... read more
Hong Kong Express the ‘least punctual’ among city’s carriers with 3 in 10 flights late in November
2017-12-16T08:00:00+08:00
Three out of every 10 Hong Kong Express flights ran late in November, despite the budget carrier sharpening its act slightly after it was slapped with sanctions by the civil aviation... read more
Hong Kong Express the ‘least punctual’ among city’s carriers with 3 in 10 flights late in November
2017-12-16T08:00:00+08:00
Three out of every 10 Hong Kong Express flights ran late in November, despite the budget carrier sharpening its act slightly after it was slapped with sanctions by the civil aviation... read more
Hong Kong has responsibility to enact national security law, Lam says, pledging to create ‘favourable environment’ for it
2017-12-16T07:30:18+08:00
Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor wrapped up her three-day maiden duty visit to Beijing by saying that she would do her best to create a favourable environment to... read more
The opposition has truly lost the plot
2017-12-16T02:01:50+08:00
Actions speak louder than words. That’s why the antics of opposition lawmakers causing chaos and disruptions in the legislature have overshadowed the arguments they have made... read more
Hong Kong university confirms two men seen putting up posters mocking suicide were its students
2017-12-15T21:00:47+08:00
The Education University confirmed on Friday that the two men captured on surveillance footage putting up posters on campus mocking the suicide of a top education official’s son... read more
Hong Kong stock exchange issues new listing requirements, plans to implement reforms in February
2017-12-15T21:07:05+08:00
The stock exchange has set the bar higher with its minimum listing requirements for companies eyeing the main board and will implement most of the proposed reforms for its second board... read more
Hong Kong university confirms two men seen putting up posters mocking suicide were its students
2017-12-15T21:00:47+08:00
The Education University confirmed on Friday that the two men captured on surveillance footage putting up posters on campus mocking the suicide of a top education official’s son... read more
Hong Kong stock exchange issues new listing requirements, plans to implement reforms in February
2017-12-15T21:07:05+08:00
The stock exchange has set the bar higher with its minimum listing requirements for companies eyeing the main board and will implement most of the proposed reforms for its second board... read more
Hong Kong smart city blueprint rolled out amid scepticism over pace and scope
2017-12-15T20:49:10+08:00
Hong Kong’s ambition to become a world-class smart city in the next five years was underscored by a raft of innovation initiatives rolled out by the government on Friday, but... read more