Three COVID-19 cases reported as authorities warn of new local cluster in Kwai Chung warehouse

Marks and Spencer, which stocks food products from the UK handled at the Kerry Logistics warehouse in Kwai Chung, says it is disinfecting its stores

Hong Kongers to be assigned QR health code code when travel restrictions with Macau and Guangdong are lifted

Hong Kongers to be assigned QR health code code when travel restrictions with Macau and Guangdong are lifted

The arrangements in Hong Kong will effectively create a "travel bubble" that includes Macau and Guangdong province

President Trump says US to end Hong Kong’s special trade status over national security law

President Trump says US to end Hong Kong’s special trade status over national security law

“China has replaced its promised formula of one country, two systems, with one country, one system," Trump said

Authorities report 13 new COVID-19 cases, all returnees from Pakistan

Authorities report 13 new COVID-19 cases, all returnees from Pakistan

Among the more than 1,100 travelers coming to Hong Kong from Pakistan, about three percent—or 33—have tested positive

UK may extend rights, provide ‘pathway to citizenship’ for BNO passport holders

UK may extend rights, provide ‘pathway to citizenship’ for BNO passport holders

More and more foreign governments are speaking up for Hong Kong as Beijing's national security legislation looms

Hong Kongers fleeing city will be welcomed by Taiwan, President Tsai Ing-wen says

Hong Kongers fleeing city will be welcomed by Taiwan, President Tsai Ing-wen says

Taiwan is formulating a "humanitarian aid action project" for Hong Kongers looking to relocate to the island

What’s that smell? Lawmakers hold their noses, leave meeting after Ted Hui hurls brown, foul-smelling bag towards chairman’s seat

What’s that smell? Lawmakers hold their noses, leave meeting after Ted Hui hurls brown, foul-smelling bag towards chairman’s seat

How long had lawmaker Ted Hui been keeping that foul-smelling bag in his office?

At least 300 arrested in flash protests against controversial national anthem bill

At least 300 arrested in flash protests against controversial national anthem bill

Protesters chanted "Hong Kongers, build our nation" as they took to the streets

Netizens get creative with Photoshop after HKU appeared to crop activist Edward Leung out of a photo 

Netizens get creative with Photoshop after HKU appeared to crop activist Edward Leung out of a photo 

Protestors were quick to find humor in the university's apparent self-censorship

Macau’s ‘King of Gambling’ Stanley Ho dies at 98

Macau’s ‘King of Gambling’ Stanley Ho dies at 98

The tycoon, known also for his colorful love life, leaves behind 16 children of the 17 children he had with four women


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