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Hong Kong port to relocate or have homes on top? - port.today...
The Hong Kong government committee considers the options to free land for housing, among them relocating the Kwai Tsing container terminal.
By PortToday on 2017-11-17 12:28 UTC
Hong Kong moves to disqualify pro-democracy legislators...
The controversial legal challenges have been criticised as politically motivated.
By jmartin on 2016-12-03 03:38 UTC
Hong Kong MP predicts his demise as pro-democracy crackdown widens...
Hong Kong's youngest MP, Nathan Law, predicts the possible demise of his political career to the ABC just hours before news breaks that he is among the latest group being targeted by the territory's leaders.
By jmartin on 2016-12-03 03:38 UTC
Hong Kong launches legal bid against four pro-democracy lawmakers...
HONG KONG, Dec 2 The Hong Kong government launched a legal bid to unseat four elected pro-democracy lawmakers today sparking accusations from the opposition camp that they are being subjected to a witch hunt.It comes as concerns grow that
By jmartin on 2016-12-03 03:37 UTC
Losing sex appeal? The future of Hong Kongs red light districts...
Hong Kong’s red light districts are being reinvented as upmarket, hipster town centres and might not serve as visible trading bases for sex within the next decade, support workers and academics have said. Combined with the growth of the online sex
By jmartin on 2016-12-03 03:37 UTC
Hong Kong Officials Widen Legal Attack on Fledgling Independence Movement...
Leaders of Chinese-ruled Hong Kong widened their legal fight against the city's fledgling independence movement on Friday, targeting four more lawmakers over oaths taken at a Legislative Council swearing-in ceremony in October.
By jmartin on 2016-12-03 03:35 UTC

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