Confronting the 'Humpty Dumpty' question in Hong Kong
If riot-torn Hong Kong were the fallen Humpty Dumpty immortalised in the English nursery rhyme, then the question that begs itself is whether it really cannot be…
Sep 11, 2019 20:59 UTC Read More
Mahathir: China might not tolerate further escalation of Hong Kong unrest
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Friday that continuing protests in Hong Kong show the limitations of the city's “one country, two systems” framework,…
Sep 11, 2019 15:43 UTC Read More
Acomb winner Valdermoro to continue career in Hong Kong
Richard Fahey's Acomb Stakes winner Valdermoro has been sold to continue his career in Hong Kong.
Sep 11, 2019 13:53 UTC Read More
How about a $477M biotech IPO amid Hong Kong protests? Henlius will find out
UPDATED: No surprises in FDA staff review for Aimmune peanut allergy therapy — focus remains on safety, tolerability profile. Ahead of the keenly anticipated…
Sep 11, 2019 13:37 UTC Read More
TRENDING NOW: Hong Kong bottle flip, toddler besties, moose in hammock, baby elephant
Those trapped by protests in Hong Kong passed the time with a viral bottle flip, two toddlers are besties, a moose gets stuck in a hammock and a baby elephant.
Sep 11, 2019 11:30 UTC Read More
Hong Kong strife holds up almost $100M of BioNTech's Series B haul
Investors lost big as Alzheimer's R&D went off the cliff in 2019. Will they ever come back? Neurotrope this week joined the long line of biopharma companies that…
Sep 11, 2019 11:05 UTC Read More
Hong Kong activists Avery Ng, Ivan Lam given suspended jail terms over 2016 clashes at Beijing's office
Eight Hong Kong pro-democracy activists were given suspended sentences and community *service* orders on Wednesday after a magistrate found them guilty of…
Sep 11, 2019 10:20 UTC Read More
Hong Kong Exchange makes surprise $36.6 bn bid to buy London Stock Exchange
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd. made an unexpected bid for London Stock Exchange Group Plc, which could potentially throw the European…
Sep 11, 2019 10:04 UTC Read More
‘September Days’: Inside the movement to bring Hong Kong-style protests to America Will Bunch
A small but growing network of activists want to bring Hong Kong-style sustained protest to America. We ready?
Sep 10, 2019 18:25 UTC Read More
Britain’s failure to speak out for Hong Kong
Britain's failure to speak out for Hong Kong on Coffee House | Today in Westminster Abbey, Britain will remember the life of one of our most inspirational…
Sep 10, 2019 14:43 UTC Read More
Hong Kong police issue extendable batons to off-duty officers, but critics concerned over potential for abuse
Hong Kong police on Tuesday started issuing extendable batons to off-duty officers, sparking concern from rights groups about the potential for abuse of force.
Sep 10, 2019 10:29 UTC Read More
Hong Kong Authorities Deny Rumors Protesters Were Killed in Violent Police Clearance
Some anti-government protesters believe some of their number were killed in a clash at a subway station last weekend.
Sep 10, 2019 10:27 UTC Read More
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam warns of 'fake news' after top adviser's free sex allegation
Chief Executive Carrie Lam has distanced herself from a claim repeated by a senior government adviser that young women are providing free sex to protesters.
Sep 10, 2019 10:19 UTC Read More
Police get green light to carry extendable batons while off-duty
Night sticks will be issued to execute 'constabulary duties' rather than for self-defence, says internal memo. Officers must identify themselves as police if possible…
Sep 10, 2019 08:06 UTC Read More
Returning to Hong Kong is ‘my dream’: David Hayes
Champion Australian trainer David Hayes says returning to Hong Kong to finish his career is a dream come true. A beaming Hayes was welcomed back to the…
Sep 10, 2019 06:16 UTC Read More
Miss Hong Kong refutes talk that she broke up woman's romantic relationship with dentist
When Carmaney Wong was crowned Miss Hong Kong 2019 on Sunday (Sept 8), she told reporters she could now eat and sleep in peace, after a tiring run-up to…
Sep 10, 2019 06:07 UTC Read More
Hong Kong tourist allegedly punches Boracay cop after being called out for smoking
Boracay police arrested a tourist from Hong Kong last night after he allegedly punched a cop who called him out for smoking on the beach. The suspect has…
Sep 10, 2019 05:52 UTC Read More
As Hong Kong roils, expats eye exit
Like many expatriates in Hong Kong, Madeline Bardin is thinking more and more about leaving.
Sep 10, 2019 02:44 UTC Read More
Missing Hong Kong trail runner found dead after almost two days of searching
The trail runner who went missing during the Cam2 Sport race in the New Territories was found dead this morning at 1.20am on a slope in Kau To Shan.
Sep 10, 2019 01:49 UTC Read More
The Australian judges on Hong Kong's top court
When Hong Kong's protesters face court, they will enter a legal system that has a quartet of Australian judges sitting at the top.
Sep 10, 2019 01:41 UTC Read More
Why China's Communist Party is 'struggling'
In his address to a training session for young leaders at the Central Party School on September 3, Xi Jinping spoke of the immense challenges facing the country…
Sep 10, 2019 01:00 UTC Read More
Calls for support for social movement when Hong Kong take on Iran in World Cup qualifiers
Booing China national anthem likely to happen again after fans began the practice in 2015 in the previous World Cup qualifiers.
Sep 10, 2019 00:00 UTC Read More
China: The challenges of Hong Kong and Taiwan
TWENTY-two years ago, when Hong Kong became part of China, the former British colony's relationship with Taiwan became part of China's cross-straits…
Sep 09, 2019 16:58 UTC Read More
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