Hong Kong records 107 virus cases, the first 3-digit spike in a month

Hong Kong records 107 virus cases, the first 3-digit spike in a month

A significant proportion of the new cases are from the ethnic minority community.

End of an era: Ocean Park’s Mine Train, Raging River to be retired as part of park overhaul

End of an era: Ocean Park’s Mine Train, Raging River to be retired as part of park overhaul

We're saying a tearful goodbye to some of the park's most iconic rides.

Domestic worker falls to death while cleaning window of North Point apartment 

Domestic worker falls to death while cleaning window of North Point apartment 

Her employer may be held criminally liable.

Families of Hongkongers detained in Shenzhen can visit after quarantine, officer says

Families of Hongkongers detained in Shenzhen can visit after quarantine, officer says

The activists have not been able to have family visit them since they were detained.

HK fire department names pro-Beijing actor Donnie Yen ‘international image ambassador’

HK fire department names pro-Beijing actor Donnie Yen ‘international image ambassador’

Yen is disliked by Hongkongers for his pro-Beijing stance.

Canada grants asylum to 14 Hong Kong pro-democracy activists

Canada grants asylum to 14 Hong Kong pro-democracy activists

The 14 can apply for permanent residency in the country immediately.

Epoch Times Hong Kong YouTube channel suspended amid misinformation crackdown

Epoch Times Hong Kong YouTube channel suspended amid misinformation crackdown

Epoch Times is a staunchly pro-Trump outlet known for peddling misinformation.

Frosty foliage on Tai Mo Shan captured by city’s photographers

Frosty foliage on Tai Mo Shan captured by city’s photographers

Stunning pictures captured the rare phenomenon in subtropical Hong Kong.

Yellow mask-wearing lawyer and observers ordered to leave courtroom

Yellow mask-wearing lawyer and observers ordered to leave courtroom

The yellow masks had "FDNOL," which stands for "Five Demands Not One Less" printed on them.

Chinese lawyer who helped Hong Kong fugitive in Shenzhen says he is being tailed

Chinese lawyer who helped Hong Kong fugitive in Shenzhen says he is being tailed

Mainland Chinese authorities earlier told the lawyer he would have his license revoked.


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