Stories By Roland Lim
115 Apr 2014 Tue
Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-Ying has promised to deal with increasing number of mainland tourists visiting the territory. There has been such an influx that their numbers are putting pressure on certain districts and services.
214 Apr 2014 Mon
Hong Kong has a problem that most countries would love to have, an influx of tourists from nearby China. With the numbers set to grow, not everyone however is putting out the welcome mat.
311 Apr 2014 Fri
Hong Kong lawmakers are heading to Shanghai for a weekend dialogue with top Chinese officials. The dialogue has been described as offering a glimmer of hope for political reform in Hong Kong.
409 Apr 2014 Wed
China's anti-corruption drive has put a dampener on the sales of luxury goods in Hong Kong, with delicacies at high-end Chinese restaurants taking a dip as well.
504 Apr 2014 Fri
Yeong Kai Ting, 25, remains in critical care after she was hit by a tour bus while holidaying in Hong Kong on Wednesday night.
603 Apr 2014 Thu
Recent attacks on the Hong Kong media have renewed fears over press freedom in the special administrative region.
701 Apr 2014 Tue
Democracy activists in Hong Kong are into their fifth day of a hunger strike in the heart of the central district. It is part of a campaign to step up their call for universal suffrage in the territory.
801 Apr 2014 Tue
Singapore's Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp (OCBC) on Tuesday announced a HK$38.4 billion (around S$6.2 billion) offer to buy Hong Kong's Wing Hang Bank in an effort to grow its presence in North Asia.
928 Mar 2014 Fri
A total of 28 teams are playing, and over 120,000 spectators are expected at the sold-out three-day event.
1025 Mar 2014 Tue
The case of an Indonesian maid who was allegedly abused by her Hong Kong employer has been adjourned until April 29.