Stories By Roland Lim
123 Mar 2015 Mon
Scores of Singaporeans also queued to sign the condolence book opened at the Singapore Consulate in Admiralty, among them former Singapore Foreign Affairs Minister George Yeo and his wife.
219 Mar 2015 Thu
Earnings at Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific came in slightly below expectations. Net profit for 2014 rose 20 per cent after a bump up in passenger numbers and cargo, but the drop in oil prices has not worked in Cathay's favour.
317 Mar 2015 Tue
Leung Chun-Ying's daughter Leung Chai-Yan claimed on Facebook that her mother had physically and verbally abused her and threatened to call the police. She is also threatening to "leave home forever".
410 Mar 2015 Tue
China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce said the traders are causing trouble for the Hong Kong public but it did not elaborate on the measures it will take against them.
504 Mar 2015 Wed
Hong Kong's representatives at the annual meeting of the national legislature in Beijing will call for restrictions on visitors from China, in the wake of protests against the day-trippers.
625 Feb 2015 Wed
Ahead of Hong Kong's Budget speech to be delivered on Wednesday (Feb 25) morning, Channel NewsAsia looks into what residents can expect.
718 Feb 2015 Wed
The times, they are changing at the famous Wong Tai Sin Taoist temple, where incense sticks are being passed up on in an effort to go green, while those abroad may opt for an email to the monks.
816 Feb 2015 Mon
Lamma IV skipper Lai Sai-Ming was sentenced to eight years in prison for the manslaughter of 39 people after the deadly crash in 2012.
920 Jan 2015 Tue
IMF deputy director Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti told Channel NewsAsia in an interview on Tuesday (Jan 20) that a lower headline figure for the world's second largest economy is good.
1020 Jan 2015 Tue
Former Hong Kong leader Tung Chee-hwa on Tuesday (Jan 20) said Beijing has the legal right to introduce national laws to Hong Kong - including those related to security, subversion and sedition.