Stories By Roland Lim
106 Feb 2016 Sat
Despite the colder weather and slowing economy, sales at flower farms in Hong Kong are still holding up well. Channel NewsAsia takes a look at some of the Chinese New Year traditions in the New Territories' Tai Po district.
205 Feb 2016 Fri
Ten Years, which reflects Hong Kong residents' worries of closer integration with mainland China, was made on a shoe-string budget of US$77,000, but it has raked in more than nine-fold in terms of box office takings, as at January.
303 Feb 2016 Wed
An amended copyright bill, which critics say could limit freedom of speech on the internet, was the reason behind the attack.
402 Feb 2016 Tue
Authorities in Asia including in Malaysia, China, Hong Kong, Japan and Vietnam, have taken steps to guard against the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
526 Jan 2016 Tue
Residents have been saying goodbye to Kowloon's last walled village, Nga Tsin Wai, which is being redeveloped after standing for more than 650 years.
623 Jan 2016 Sat
Five of them are each charged with conspiracy to manufacture explosives or to cause an explosion last June.
712 Jan 2016 Tue
Hong Kong will hear a landmark judicial review on its human trafficking laws at the High Court on Tuesday, a test case on whether its support system for victims is lacking.
829 Dec 2015 Tue
Localist groups want universal suffrage for the city and they reject the growing influence from China. Pro-Beijing groups and Chief Executive C Y Leung blame them for the deteriorating relationship between the Hong Kong people and mainland Chinese.
928 Dec 2015 Mon
Chief Executive Leung Chun-Ying's administration is promising a record 86,000 public flats by 2019.
1024 Dec 2015 Thu
Foodies in Hong Kong are hoping that food trucks will be able to revive the city's renowned street food culture.