Canadian English teacher charged with indecent assault of 2 kindergarteners

A Canadian English teacher has been charged with molesting two 6-year-old girls at a kindergarten in Cheung Sha Wan. Fifty-six-year-old Johnson Robert Scott appeared at Kowloon...

For HK$17,000 a month, you can sleep in the same room as your toilet

Another day in Hong Kong, another story of an apartment that shows how absolutely ridiculous the city’s housing...

For HK$17,000 a month, you can sleep in the same room as your toilet

A bathroom break saved this taxi driver from being crushed by a tree

This might go down in history as the most well-timed bathroom break ever taken by a taxi driver. A 66-year-old cabbie...

A bathroom break saved this taxi driver from being crushed by a tree

British activist slams letter threats over Hong Kong campaign

A British activist who campaigns for the protection of Hong Kong’s freedoms said Friday his mother and neighbors...

British activist slams letter threats over Hong Kong campaign

Hong Kong activists mark one year since Liu Xiaobo death

Activists in Hong Kong and Taiwan marked one year since the death in custody of Nobel dissident Liu Xiaobo on Friday,...

Hong Kong activists mark one year since Liu Xiaobo death

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