Stories By Roland Lim
115 Sep 2014 Mon
Plans for a third runway in Hong Kong appear to be back on track, but environmentalists have said it is not the answer to solve the airport's future capacity problems.
213 Sep 2014 Sat
Tourism ministers from APEC agreed on the new initiatives in Macau after four days of meetings.
308 Sep 2014 Mon
Live poultry from China is back in the wet markets of Hong Kong after having been banned over a bird flu scare in January, but residents now have to deal with another scare involving tainted food oil imported from Taiwan.
408 Sep 2014 Mon
Investors were hoping for a baby boom when China relaxed its one-child policy last November, and stocks related to baby products and services were snapped up. But now it seems that many of these stocks have turned south.
504 Sep 2014 Thu
The Hong Kong Economic Journal has denied that the dropping of a pro-democracy column supporting the Occupy Central movement was politically motivated.
602 Sep 2014 Tue
Authorities in Hong Kong conducted an exercise at an infectious disease centre on Tuesday to simulate the handling and treatment of a patient suspected of being infected with the Ebola virus.
701 Sep 2014 Mon
Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong heckled a top Chinese official on Monday (Sep 1) as he explained China's decision to control which candidates can stand in the city's next leadership election. Police have confirmed the use of pepper spray on some protesters.
801 Sep 2014 Mon
Fewer than 9,000 people have voted in an unofficial referendum in Macau on its political future. Despite the low turnout, organisers say their aim was also to increase political awareness in the territory governed by China.
930 Aug 2014 Sat
Growing social inequality has ignited a protest culture in the gaming city of Macau. Thousands have since taken to the streets this summer, inspired by similar protests around the region.
1027 Aug 2014 Wed
Anticipation is building up over a programme connecting the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges, known as the "through train". Despite some grumbling over quotas, traders predict the scheme will take off when it launches in October.