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China just opened the world's longest bridge-tunnel. Hong Kong critics wish it never was built....
A $20 billion, 34-mile sea crossing connecting Hong Kong and Macau with mainland China opened even as some question its value.
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-10-23 15:54 UTC
Asia Cup: Discussion points as dismal India pip Hong Kong...
History was about to be written by minnows Hong Kong in the ongoing Asia Cup 2018 being held in the UAE. Anshuman Rath's side produced a spirited show against an over-confident India and fell short by a paltry 26 runs in the end. India just about survived a scare. Here are the discussion points.
By shubham400 on 2018-09-19 06:45 UTC
'Independence is a Way Forward' For Hong Kong, Student Leader Tells University...
The government hits out at discussion of the topic at a university inauguration ceremony, saying independence 'is not feasible' for the city.
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-09-03 19:18 UTC
Pro-Democracy Party Slams Communist Party 'Brainwashing' in Hong Kong Textbooks...
Politicians say the wording of history sections in school textbooks is being slowly altered to suit Beijing's version of events.
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-08-24 18:13 UTC
In a first, Chinese-ruled Hong Kong moves to ban separatist group...
The move against the Hong Kong National Party comes at a time authorities have ratcheted up pressure on young democracy activists, some of whom have been jailed, and denounced any pro-independence action as an illegal challenge to Communist Party rulers i
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-07-17 15:44 UTC
'Everyone is feeling more despair': A look back at Hong Kong's handover to China 21 years on...
On the 21st anniversary since Hong Kong was handed over from British rule back to China, dissatisfaction is brewing among Hong Kong's youth over the Chinese Government's interference in the territory's autonomy.
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-06-30 22:04 UTC
China to have joint immigration control of new Hong Kong rail terminus...
Protestors say new law passed ahead of opening of high-speed links to Shenzhen and Guangzhou erodes Hong Kong's autonomy
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-06-15 02:38 UTC
Bill passage seen as increasing China's hold over Hong Kong...
Hong Kong's legislature has passed a bill that will allow Chinese authorities to enforce their own laws within a portion of the semi-autonomous territory.
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-06-15 02:36 UTC
Hong Kong Journalists Protest Detention of News Cameraman in Beijing...
Journalism groups hit out at the 'violent arrest' of Now TV video journalist Chui Chun-ming, who has since been released following 'mediation.'
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-05-16 19:28 UTC
Hutchison Ports launches remote-controlled yard operations in Hong Kong - port.today...
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Hongkong International Terminals, part of Hutchison Ports, officially launched yesterday the operations of remote-controlled RTGs and automated container stacking system at its Container Terminal 9 North at the Tsing Yi part of the Hong Kong port.
By PortToday on 2018-01-31 17:15 UTC
Hong Kong port to relocate or have homes on top? - port.today...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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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