Jacky Cheung song pulled from Apple Music in China over Tiananmen Square references

A pop song by actor and Cantopop singer Jacky Cheung has been pulled from Apple Music in China due to its association with the Tiananmen Square Massacre. According to HK01, the song was pulled from the streaming service after users on Chinese social media site Weibo pointed out in recent days that the lyrics were ...

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Vandals break into Tiananmen Square museum ahead of reopening

Vandals break into Tiananmen Square museum ahead of reopening

Police are investigating a weekend break-in at a museum in Mong Kok commemorating the Tiananmen Square Massacre, commonly referred to in Chinese as the “June 4...

The Spuds of War: Unexploded WWI-era grenade found in shipment of potatoes in HK

The Spuds of War: Unexploded WWI-era grenade found in shipment of potatoes in HK

Adding a bit of excitement to an otherwise ordinary day at the potato chip factory, an unexploded WWI-era German grenade was discovered in a shipment of French spuds in Hong Kong...

Herbal tea shop neon sign in Yau Ma Tei saved

Herbal tea shop neon sign in Yau Ma Tei saved

A herbal tea shop in Yau Ma Tei, that is planning on relocating in another part of the neighbourhood, has confirmed that it will be keeping its iconic neon sign. According to Hong...

Fears grow for herbal tea shop’s neon sign after business closes

Fears grow for herbal tea shop’s neon sign after business closes

A herbal tea shop that has occupied the same spot on Yau Ma Tei’s Temple Street for more than 60 years has closed its doors, and fears are mounting for the store’s...

June 4 candlelight vigil: Thousands call to end one-party rule in China, organizers estimate crowd at 115,000

June 4 candlelight vigil: Thousands call to end one-party rule in China, organizers estimate crowd at 115,000

Thousands of people turned up to Victoria Park last night to commemorate the 29th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. Speaking to the crowd at the end of last...

People around the world pose as ‘tank man’ to remember June 4

People around the world pose as ‘tank man’ to remember June 4

People around the world are posting pictures of themselves mimicking one of the most iconic images from the 1989 massacre in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, as Hongkongers...

Hundreds march in Hong Kong to mark Tiananmen crackdown

Hundreds march in Hong Kong to mark Tiananmen crackdown

Hundreds marched through Hong Kong on Sunday ahead of the 29th anniversary of China’s crackdown on democracy protesters in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Semi-autonomous...

Chinese porcelain record shattered as HK Sotheby’s sells bowl for $37.7M

Chinese porcelain record shattered as HK Sotheby’s sells bowl for $37.7M

A 1,000-year-old bowl from China’s Song Dynasty sold at auction for US$37.7 million (HK$294.5 million) on Tuesday, breaking the record for Chinese porcelain, auction house...

Hong Kong remembers bloodiest violence 50 years on

Hong Kong remembers bloodiest violence 50 years on

Hong Kong is unrecognizable now from the city which 50 years ago was the scene of bloody riots, fuelled by resentment of colonial rule and inspired by the Cultural Revolution...


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