Stories By Roland Lim
123 Nov 2015 Mon
Pro-democracy campaigners unexpectedly won a handful of seats in Hong Kong’s District Council elections following the vote on Sunday (Nov 22) despite the odds against them.
218 Nov 2015 Wed
Analysts say Hong Kong's pan-democratic camp may not have gained much political capital from the Occupy movement.
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Ken Tsang, who was assaulted during last year's Occupy protests, says he wants to raise more awareness of the incident, and put pressure on the government to handle the case better.
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Hong Kong is home to one of the biggest French expatriate populations, with some 20,000 living and working in the city, mostly for the estimated 800 French companies based there.
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The Hong Kong government has issued a report, outlining ways to mitigate the effects of climate change in the city, which will be presented to the Paris Climate Change Conference (COP-21) later this month.
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Prosecution lawyers argue that Rafael Hui served two masters while in office, with the other being billionaire Thomas Kwok, also convicted of bribery.
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Security experts say criminal elements from the mainland have found the city's wealthy too tempting to resist as targets.
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It may take more than a year to replace all pipes supplying drinking water to flats affected by the lead contamination scandal.
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Three Occupy student leaders, who are charged with taking part in an unlawful assembly and inciting others to do so last September, are back in court on Friday (Oct 30) for a pre-trial hearing.
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An unemployed Chinese national charged with being involved in the kidnapping of Hong Kong heiress Queenie Law is back in court.