Stories By Roland Lim
102 Jul 2015 Thu
Hong Kong's Travel Industry Council confirmed about 100 tours to South Korea scheduled for July were cancelled over fears of MERS.
223 Jun 2015 Tue
Some market watchers predict yuan convertibility could happen within six months and boost China's wealth management businesses seeking more overseas investments.
319 Jun 2015 Fri
A day after Hong Kong lawmakers voted down Beijing's plan for universal suffrage, there were tears of regret from pro-establishment lawmakers for their botched voting.
418 Jun 2015 Thu
In the end, 28 lawmakers voted against the bill, eight were in support and 33 were absent.
517 Jun 2015 Wed
Last-minute talks in the lead-up have revealed that there will be no compromises from Beijing, while pan-democrats are hoping for concessions like the abolition of functional constituencies in the Legislative Council.
616 Jun 2015 Tue
The electoral package on the table calls for only two or three candidates to be chosen by a 1,200-strong committee, which critics say allows Beijing to vet the candidates.
715 Jun 2015 Mon
Five men and four women aged between 21 and 34 have been arrested by Hong Kong police for making and testing home-made bombs.
815 Jun 2015 Mon
Hong Kong's lawmakers are set to debate a political reform package which proposes that the city can vote for its next leader by universal suffrage - but candidates have to be vetted by a committee.
910 Jun 2015 Wed
A 22-year-old woman who developed a fever after returning from South Korea was rushed to isolation in a test of Hong Kong's preparations against MERS.
1009 Jun 2015 Tue
CRRC, the world's second largest industrial company after the United States' General Electric, is worth US$130 billion.