While many hope the Year of the Ox will herald times of plenty, a herd of wild cows in Hong Kong is going hungry after visitors to their habitat surged during the coronavirus pandemic.
Shares in Alibaba and Tencent tumbled in Hong Kong.
Chinese streaming giant Tencent has stopped live broadcasts of games by the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers in apparent protest at their new president Daryl Morey, who sparked a row by voicing support for Hong Kong protesters last year.
The US House of Represen- tatives voted to welcome Hong Kong residents to live temporarily in the United States, vowing to be a beacon for rights as China clamps down in the territory.
A planned travel bubble between Hong Kong and Singapore is scrapped.
An affordable anti-microbial drug used to treat stomach ulcers and bacterial infections has shown promise in combatting the coronavirus in animals, scientists in Hong Kong announced Monday.
The popular Hong Kong brand falls victim to spiralling diplomatic tensions.
China’s new security law has sent fear coursing through many Hong Kong residents.
Hong Kong will partly resume transit services at its international airport next week.
Hong Kong residents turn to local food producers as they run out of imports.
Cathay Pacific’s profits plunged in 2019 as it reeled from political unrest in Hong Kong.
If there is a word to describe the multitude of public protests around the world in 2019, it will be “youth”.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver said Saturday the league expects to lose “several hundred million dollars” due to a row with China over a tweet by Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey supporting Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters.
Panic buyers in Hong Kong snap up toilet paper after false online claims of shortages.
Hong Kong media said the man had health issues complicated his treatment.
More than half of the Southeast Asian population is under the age of 30
SARS-like virus in China is the last thing Hong Kong’s struggling economy needs.
If you haven’t paid much attention to Hong Kong before, it must have somehow received your attention over the past six months.
Xi Jinping told beleaguered Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam yesterday that she had Beijing’s “unwavering support”.
The last two weeks has seen a dramatic drop-off in clashes and vandalism.
Asian markets mostly fell as optimism over the China-US trade talks took a jolt.
The National Police has expressed support for Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s measures to put an end to violence and to restore public order.
Shares in Chinese online retail giant Alibaba soar almost eight percent.
The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act passed by the US Senate on Tuesday requires Washington to review Hong Kong’s autonomy annually to justify the special trading status the city receives under United States law.
Cambodia’s misfortunes in international football are back with losing to Hong Kong.
Singaporean leaders tend to be blunt when it comes to Chinese affairs. The ongoing turmoil in Hong Kong is no exception.
Extreme acts of violence are shaking our world. Whether they’re happening in Chile, Bolivia, Syria or Hong Kong — violence levels seem to be rising on a daily basis.
To those claiming the rioters in Hong Kong are peaceful protesters, the question is how violent do the rioters need to be for them to describe things as they really are, rather than how they try to portray them.
As the recent social civil unrests in Baghdad, Barcelona, Hong Kong and Quito will attest, riots have not only become more frequent but the damage that they inflict have become much more considerable.
Cambodia national football team is in Hong Kong preparing for the second round.