Stories By Roland Lim
125 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.
218 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.
316 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.
420 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.
520 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.
615 Jan 2015 Thu
Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-Ying on Thursday (Jan 15) faced angry radio show callers and lawmakers, a day after delivering his annual policy address to the legislature.
713 Jan 2015 Tue
Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying is expected to talk about Occupy Central and political reform in his annual policy address on Wednesday (Jan 14).
808 Jan 2015 Thu
Hong Kong lawmakers have decided to limit the number of the protesters to 850 and will beef up security at the designated protest zone ahead of next Wednesday's annual policy address by Chief Executive Leung Chun-Ying.
906 Jan 2015 Tue
Twenty-three pan-democratic lawmakers described the lengthy document submitted to Beijing as a chronology of events that lacks a solution to the political stalemate in Hong Kong.
1005 Jan 2015 Mon
Political watchers said a proposal to allow residents to vote 'none of the above' in the 2017 Chief Executive elections is unlikely to be accepted by Beijing. Pro-democracy parties are not keen on the idea too, saying it does not qualify as genuine universal suffrage.