Stories By Roland Lim
125 Jul 2015 Sat
Organisers of the 17th Ani-Com & Games Fair in Hong Kong are hoping to beat last year's attendance of more than 720,000 people.
224 Jul 2015 Fri
A police superintendent has denied that mainland authorities had been asked to interrogate, beat and torture the two men accused of a knife attack on former newspaper editor Kevin Lau.
322 Jul 2015 Wed
Four of six bomb plot suspects were remanded in custody, accused of a conspiracy to cause an explosion in central Hong Kong.
422 Jul 2015 Wed
Six people faced a Hong Kong court after being arrested and accused of plotting to detonate bombs at government facilities.
520 Jul 2015 Mon
Rooftop farming is gaining traction around Asia, but in densely populated Hong Kong, where rooftops are aplenty, urban farms are only still beginning to seed.
616 Jul 2015 Thu
Hong Kong university students, who want autonomy for universities, on Thursday (Jul 16) protested against a colonial rule that stipulates the chancellor of all nine universities in the city must be Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-Ying.
716 Jul 2015 Thu
The two companies, China State Construction and Socam Development, have agreed to build new pipes to bring safe water to the public housing estates involved.
815 Jul 2015 Wed
The annual Hong Kong Book Fair, the largest of its kind in Asia, has kicked off, with more than a million people expected to attend the seven-day affair. It has also attracted a record number of exhibitors from around the world.
913 Jul 2015 Mon
Hong Kong is mulling over replacing the water pipes of thousands of public housing estate flats across the city after excessive amounts of lead were found in some water samples taken from the Kai Ching estate in Kowloon City.
1009 Jul 2015 Thu
Hong Kong's leader Leung Chun-ying has blamed pan-democratic lawmakers for stalling more of his administration's policies, which comes after the lawmakers worked to block the passage of an electoral reform package in June.