A clear message that Hong Kong will not
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South China Morning PostA clear message that Hong Kong will not tolerate corruptionSouth China Morning PostOne of the defining principles of Hong Kong's legal system is that everyone is treated equally before the law. That includes the rich and the powerful. The decision by the top court to reject appeals against corruption convictions by two prominent ...
Posted on 20 June 2017 | 1:33 pm
Another opposition Hong Kong politician
South China Morning PostAnother opposition Hong Kong politician visits mainland China after lifting of travel banSouth China Morning PostDemocratic Party veteran Cheung Man-kwong – barred from entering the mainland for more than two decades – is the latest opposition politician to have crossed the border since Beijing extended an olive branch. Hong Kong News. Get updates direct to your ...
Posted on 20 June 2017 | 8:53 am
Hong Kong Stocks Fall as Investors Wait for
BloombergHong Kong Stocks Fall as Investors Wait for MSCI's Call on ChinaBloombergHong Kong equities have outperformed mainland-traded peers this year, with the benchmark Hang Seng Index gaining 17 percent to rank among Asia's top performers. Developers have led the year-to-date advance in Hong Kong, underpinned by the city's ...China stocks stay in place as MSCI decision awaited; Hong Kong shares slipReutersHong Kong stocks flat in cautious trade before MSCI's A-share decisionNikkei Asian Reviewall 158 news articles »
Posted on 20 June 2017 | 8:19 am
One in 10 Hong Kong primary school pupils
South China Morning PostOne in 10 Hong Kong primary school pupils face video game addictionSouth China Morning PostThe survey of more than 2,000 primary four to six pupils, carried out by the University of Hong Kong from March to May this year, found that about one-tenth of them spent more than 21 hours a week playing games on computers or smartphones. On average ...and more »
Posted on 20 June 2017 | 5:33 am
Hong Kong's richest man may be stepping away
Business InsiderHong Kong's richest man may be stepping away from his massive empireBusiness InsiderHONG KONG — Ports-to-telecoms conglomerate CK Hutchison Holdings brushed off talk of an imminent retirement for Chairman Li Ka-shing on Tuesday, saying the 88 year-old tycoon, one of Hong Kong's best known business figures, was in "very good ...Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing to retire next yearMarketWatchLi Ka-shing retirement talk draws muted investor response in Hong KongNikkei Asian ReviewLi Ka-shing, Hong Kong's richest man, rejects retirement claimsSouth China Morning PostTODAYonline -ETTelecom.com -The Straits Times -Wall Street Journalall 28 news articles »
Posted on 20 June 2017 | 2:49 am
Rare grey pearls to fetch up to $7 million
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HONG KONG: A rare grey pearl necklace that once belonged to a British aristocrat is expected to fetch up to $7 million when it goes under the hammer in Hong Kong, Sotheby’s said Friday. The string of pearls was part of the collection of Viscountess ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 10:07 pm
Free-scoring Lam aims high with Hong Kong
For many Asian players, even rubbing shoulders with global power like Manchester United would be a fond memory to cherish. But Hong Kong midfielder Lam Ka Wai can pride himself on a serious of brilliant displays against the Red Devils, including scoring ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 9:07 pm
China stocks extend rebound but banks lose
But gains in major indexes were tempered by weakness in banks, which reported virtually no profit growth in the first-half and mounting bad loans, adding to worries that the economy may be at risk of a sharper slowdown than earlier expected. The blue-chip ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 8:26 pm
Christian groups in Hong Kong feel new
HONG KONG — For years, Reverend Philip Woo, the feisty leader of a small Protestant church in Hong Kong, has delighted in testing the limits of China’s restrictive laws on religion. From his perch in the Chinese-ruled city, he has delivered fiery ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 6:00 pm
Hong Kong student leader Wong back in court
Hong Kong student leader Joshua Wong was back in court Friday over an anti-China protest, a day after he faced new charges related to a pro-democracy rally. Wong, 18, has accused the authorities of "political prosecution" as they hit him with a raft of cases.
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 4:04 pm