A train carrying hundreds of passengers derailed in Hong Kong’s Kowloon during the rush hour.
Cambodia will feel hard done by after the Angkor Warriors are held to a 1-1 draw by Hong Kong.
Despite its claims that it is playing no part in the ongoing chaos in Hong Kong, the United States continues to reveal its dirty hands.
Since June 9, violent protesters have harrowed Hong Kong through confrontations with police and extensive vandalism. They have deliberately attacked police, besieged police stations, sabotaged public facilities and assaulted innocent people, forcing officers to respond to prevent further destruction.
What on earth happened in Hong Kong over the past weekend? Violence has not only returned to the city, but also escalated.
It might be too early to breathe a sigh of relief assuming that the demonstrations in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region will end soon. But there are indeed signs, suggesting that the city, plagued by two months of violence, could be on the right track to end the disturbances.
Political and public opinion elites in the US must understand that although they have the ability to instigate Hong Kong’s radical protesters and make it harder for Hong Kong to restore order, they absolutely cannot influence Beijing’s decisions on Hong Kong’s situation.
Foreign Affairs Ministry issues a statement calling for normalcy in Hong Kong.
On 17 August 2019, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation issued a statement on the evolving situation in Hong Kong stressing that the Kingdom respects the long standing “One China Policy”.
Here is a timeline of the escalating violent protests in Hong Kong since June, which are aimed to trample the rule of law, sabotage social order, undermine national sovereignty and the “one country, two systems” principle.
Foreign Affairs Ministry wants to see Hong Kong’s situation return to normalcy.
Is a color revolution taking place in Hong Kong? We think so, although this one is somehow baffling.
The fact indicates that what is happening in Hong Kong has gone far beyond demonstration and protest and evolved into obvious violence, severely threatening social stability and local people’s safety and property in Hong Kong.
The problems facing Hong Kong’s wide-open economy run so deep.
Months of protests in Hong Kong have taken a major toll on the city’s economy.
Hong Kong retail sales felt a growing impact in June from mass protests.
Officials from the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council expressed their firm support to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government, Hong Kong police and Chief Executive Carrie Lam at a press conference on Monday.
Following the storming of the Legislative Council and the vandalizing of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, unapproved protests last Saturday and Sunday have brought the lawlessness surrounding the recent anti-extradition law amendment to a new high.
Cambodia and Hong Kong agree to sign a document to avoid double taxation.
Hong Kong’s reputation as a stable financial hub is shaken.
A plan to install an undersea fiber-optic communications cable connecting Sihanoukville and Hong Kong.
SECC and Hong Kong-based Eastern United Capital Holdings agreed to cooperate.
Telegram suffered a major cyber-attack that originated from China, says CEO.
Former investment banker turned scientist Yan Wa-tat is on a mission to bring back Hong Kong’s heydays as the Pearl of the Orient.
In November 2018, when meeting with representatives from Hong Kong and Macao, China’s President Xi Jinping said that the two cities have made ‘enormous contributions’ and played ‘irreplaceable’ roles in the motherland’s reform and opening-up.
Nagacorp’s gross gaming revenues in its unaudited 3MFY19 rose 32 percent.
A HK court found leaders of the 2014 “Occupy” civil disobedience movement guilty.
NagaCorp Ltd ( HKSE 3918) releases that it has appointed Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse as its financial advisors.
Hong Kong authorities said they seized 82.5 kilograms of rhino horn and cut pieces.
Paris and Hong Kong for the first time joined Singapore as the world’s most expensive cities to live in, a study revealed yesterday, with utilities and transport driving up the cost of living.