Hong Kong officer hit by arrow as activists vow to ‘squeeze economy’

A police officer was struck in the leg by an arrow shot by a Hong Kong activist on Sunday, the city’s force said, as fierce clashes raged at a university which has become...

Hong Kong protesters clash with police at key campus battleground

Hong Kong police fired tear gas on Sunday morning at protesters intent on keeping their stranglehold on a major...

Hong Kong protesters clash with police at key campus battleground

Choreographed clean-up by Chinese soldiers divides Hong Kong opinion

Jogging in ranks, energetically clearing bricks, barriers and debris in a choreographed action as swift as it was...

Choreographed clean-up by Chinese soldiers divides Hong Kong opinion

Anger, guilt stir Hong Kong’s white collar rebels

Driven by anger at the authorities’ response to massive protests – and guilt that the burden of defending...

Anger, guilt stir Hong Kong’s white collar rebels

Thousands gather for Hong Kong Pride despite police ban on parade

Thousands of people gathered in Central for a somewhat diminished pride assembly this afternoon after police nixed the...

Thousands gather for Hong Kong Pride despite police ban on parade

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Get your craft on: 3 workshops to design your own bouquet, perfume, and clutch

Thailand’s most prestigious food award, Shell Shuan Shim, unveils its picks for the country’s 10 best eateries

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Three to try: Burnt cheesecakes in Singapore

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