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Parent company hits back at West Kowloon Cultural District Authority for firing contractor on Hong Kong’s M+ Museum over financial woes
2018-08-19T00:45:15+08:00
The parent company of a contractor fired by the authority managing Hong Kong’s multibillion-dollar arts hub slammed the decision on Saturday, saying the company was not in financial... read more
Farmland owners willing to pay full premium for chance to redevelop sites, key member of powerful Hong Kong rural body Heung Yee Kuk says
2018-08-18T23:46:36+08:00
A key member of a powerful rural body in Hong Kong says villagers are willing to pay full land premium if they are allowed to develop their agricultural sites, adding half can be designated... read more
Farmland owners willing to pay full premium for chance to redevelop sites, key member of powerful Hong Kong rural body Heung Yee Kuk says
2018-08-18T23:46:36+08:00
A key member of a powerful rural body in Hong Kong says villagers are willing to pay full land premium if they are allowed to develop their agricultural sites, adding half can be designated... read more
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam’s Facebook Live event fails to impress LGBT groups after questions ‘snubbed’
2018-08-18T20:45:30+08:00
Hong Kong LGBT groups have accused the city’s leader of snubbing them during a Facebook Live question-and-answer session on Friday night. Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor,... read more
How Britain’s post-war debt turned a small US outpost in Hong Kong into a staging area for its cold war operations in Asia
2018-08-18T18:00:28+08:00
The diplomatic negotiations between the American and Hong Kong governments which eventually led to the US consulate’s highly unusual 999-year lease in a prime city location actually... read more
How Britain’s post-war debt turned a small US outpost in Hong Kong into a staging area for its cold war operations in Asia
2018-08-18T18:00:28+08:00
The diplomatic negotiations between the American and Hong Kong governments which eventually led to the US consulate’s highly unusual 999-year lease in a prime city location actually... read more
Hong Kong’s government and the MTR Corp must strive to wipe out the public works blunders plaguing the city
2018-08-18T17:06:36+08:00
It appears that history really does repeat itself. In 2014, MTR Corporation chief executive officer Jay Walder was forced to resign after mishandling communications pertaining to a... read more
‘A wound that has been festering’: Japan must do more for WWII ‘comfort women’ say UN experts
2018-08-18T12:00:44+08:00
Japan should do more for victims of wartime sexual slavery, UN rights experts said at a hearing on Friday, insisting Tokyo had yet to provide full redress and reparations. Mainstream... read more
Video: Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam questioned on immigration, housing during live Facebook Q&A
2018-08-18T16:26:46+08:00
In a first for Hong Kong, Chief Executive Carrie Lam held a live Facebook question-and-answer session on Friday as part of a consultation exercise for her October policy address. Lam... read more
Hong Kong’s commercial landlords poised for bonanza from China’s vaccine safety woes as parents flock south for jabs
2018-08-18T16:01:34+08:00
Angela Young had the shock of her life when China’s drugs regulator revealed that the company which produced the two vaccine shots for her 16-month-old baby also supplied 400,520... read more
Hong Kong’s commercial landlords poised for bonanza from China’s vaccine safety woes as parents flock south for jabs
2018-08-18T16:01:34+08:00
Angela Young had the shock of her life when China’s drugs regulator revealed that the company which produced the two vaccine shots for her 16-month-old baby also supplied 400,520... read more
Gov’t to hire new commissioner for Belt and Road initiative, paying HK$260,600 per month
2018-08-18T16:00:50+08:00
The government is hiring a new commissioner for the Belt and Road initiative to formulate overall strategy and spearhead policy as Hong Kong moves forward with the initiative. The new... read more