Stories By Roland Lim
124 Oct 2014 Fri
Former Hong Kong leader Tung Chee-hwa on Friday (Oct 24) urged pro-democracy protesters to leave the streets, saying "one month (of protest rallies) is a long time already, and the consequence of prolonging this is very, very serious."
216 Oct 2014 Thu
But once again, Mr Leung Chun-ying rejected the students' demands for public nomination of candidates for 2017 chief executive election.
312 Oct 2014 Sun
Pressure is building against the Occupy movement that has paralysed parts of Hong Kong after a pro-establishment group threatened to surround the Occupy protesters, and a transport union warned that it would send trucks to remove the barricades.
410 Oct 2014 Fri
Joshua Wong is the poster child for the Occupy movement in Hong Kong that drew tens of thousands protesting for free elections. Channel NewsAsia's Hong Kong bureau chief Roland Lim caught up with the teenager who turns 18 this month.
508 Oct 2014 Wed
Hong Kong government says Friday's formal talks with student protesters are the start of dialogue and not negotiations.
608 Oct 2014 Wed
Sales in Hong Kong have fallen following pro-democracy protests, despite a slight increase in arrivals of visitors from China.
706 Oct 2014 Mon
Longer travel time, traffic congestion and limited access to government headquarters in Admiralty district in Hong Kong, as workers returned to work and secondary students went back to school on Monday (Oct 6) amidst Occupy Central, now into its ninth day.
802 Oct 2014 Thu
"A strong China cannot be offended. It's really futile," said a mainland Chinese, while others said the Chinese government is "gradually improving the lives of the people" and that the "young protesters are being exploited by the adults".
901 Oct 2014 Wed
The Golden Week holiday is set to lose some of its shine for mainland Chinese tourists visiting Hong Kong, as pro-democracy protesters camp in the city's key shopping districts of Causeway Bay, Mongkok and Tsim Sha Tsui.
1030 Sep 2014 Tue
Hong Kong protesters have been using the FireChat app, which works even if authorities turn off the wireless network, to communicate with each other.