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Climate change attracts smog
GLOBAL warming has boosted the frequency and severity of deadly air pollution in northern China, scientists say. Toxic p...
2017.03.27
HK prepares for youth exchanges
HONG Kong youngsters will have a chance to work in Sichuan’s panda reserve and Beijing’s Palace Museum as the SAR cele...
2017.03.16
Ip questions museum secrecy
CHIEF executive candidate Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee (葉劉淑儀) questioned the need for secrecy over a HK$3.5 billion scheme ...
2017.01.05
Diplomacy
It is the art or skill in managing relations between communities or nations with the aim of avoiding conflict and for th...
2016.12.13
Innovation is the answer
FORMER chief executive Tung Chee-hwa’s Our Hong Kong Foundation has released a report diagnosing the SAR’s economy and...
2016.09.30
Winning hearts and medals
To many, winning is the ultimate goal of all athletes in the Olympic Games. But to what extent does topping the medals t...
2016.09.27
UK nuke move dismays China
CHINA has urged Britain to proceed with a nuclear power plant project partly invested in by a Chinese firm, saying the f...
2016.08.05
Another accord on arrests
PRINCIPLES such as “acting in accordance with the law”, “embracing differences”, “identifying mutually beneficial g...
2016.08.03
Separatists get warning
THE director of Beijing’s liaison office in Hong Kong said it would be a breach of the one country, two systems princip...
2016.07.26
Hu’s ex-aide gets life term
LING Jihua (令計劃), an ex-aide of former president Hu Jintao (胡錦濤), was sentenced on 4 July to life in prison for ta...
2016.07.08
China dismisses US claim
CHINA has suggested that the US defence secretary brush up on his history after he urged Beijing (北京) not to build a ...
2016.07.05
Unhealthy spot for Hong Kong
PEOPLE in Hong Kong are the least satisfied in the Asia-Pacific (亞太地區) region with their health and have one of the ...
2016.05.11
Chinese bug declared world’s longest insect
A BUG over half a metre long, discovered in southern China, has been declared the world’s longest insect. The stick ins...
2016.05.11
‘One visit per week’ scheme will continue
THERE is no plan, intention or desire to resume the multiple-entry visit scheme for Shenzhen (深圳 ) residents, Chief Ex...
2016.05.05
China criticises US human rights record
CHINA has published a report on the United States’ “terrible” human rights situation. The report is titled The Human ...
2016.04.19
SAR wins vote of confidence
PREMIER Li Keqiang (李克強) has given Hong Kong his vote of confidence, saying its people have the wisdom to handle the ...
2016.03.18
HK eyes new tourism markets
HONG Kong has asked the central government to allow more mainland cities to join the Individual Visit Scheme (自由行) to...
2016.03.11
Tourism tip from senior official
HONG Kong’s tourism industry should focus on attracting the mainland’s burgeoning middle class of more than 300 millio...
2016.03.09
HK youths under the spotlight
HONG KONG delegates to the mainland’s top advisory body have been urged to actively take part in work related to young ...
2016.03.07
Nuclear dilemma for Beijing
CHINA is coming to a crossroads as it hurriedly increases nuclear power production to cope with rising electricity deman...
2016.01.19
TVB plans production studios in Mainland
TELEVISION Station TVB (電視廣播有限公司) will build a new facility in Guangdong (廣東省) rather than expand its premise...
2016.01.13
Bird found with killer H5N6 virus
ADEAD great egret found in Wong Tai Sin (黃大仙) has been confirmed with bird flu H5N6, the same strain that claimed the...
2016.01.11
SAR lagging in visa-free access
SEVENTEEN of the 52 countries or territories that grant mainlanders visa-free entry or visa-on-arrival have not extended...
2016.01.11
Major changes to mainland laws
New laws and regulations that went into effect on New Year’s Day in the mainland will bring sweeping changes to the liv...
2016.01.06
Security alert in Beijing
AT least four Western countries took the unusual step last Thursday of issuing Christmas security warnings to their citi...
2015.12.30
Xi, Obama unite over weather
PRESIDENT Xi Jinping (習近平) has urged rich nations to keep a promise to provide US$100 billion (HK$778 billion) a year...
2015.12.03
HKers’ English skills can boost ‘One Belt’ policy, CY say...
ENGLISH as an official language and medium of instruction in Hong Kong can help the SAR play a role in the country’s “...
2015.11.24
Phone scam suspects deported
A TOTAL of 254 Chinese citizens arrested in Cambodia (柬埔寨) and Indonesia (印尼) for running telephone and internet sc...
2015.11.12
All smiles at historic summit
THE summit between the presidents of China and Taiwan (台灣) promised warmer ties and was loaded with historic symbolism...
2015.11.11
‘Smelly’ running tracks cause illness in school campuses
ABOUT a dozen running tracks in Chinese schools have been reported to have offensive odours causing sickness in students...
2015.11.11
Thumbs up for green power drive
CHINA is urging its top wind and solar power production provinces to prioritise transmission of renewable energy over co...
2015.10.26
Ticket-tout fears in crucial World Cup qualifier
FOOTBALL fans and big-match organisers are expecting trouble over tickets for a crucial World Cup 2018 qualifier match b...
2015.10.23
Japan may halt funds for Unesco
JAPAN (日本) may halt funding for the United Nations Education, Science and Culture Organisation (Unesco, 聯合國教科文組...
2015.10.16
Easier road ahead for green cars
CHINA wants to speed construction of a national network to charge electric cars to help reach an ambitious goal of five ...
2015.10.08
Hangzhou to host Asian Games
HANGZHOU city (杭州市) has been confirmed as the host of the 2022 Asian Games (亞運會) after its bid was unopposed. An O...
2015.09.23
Universal Studios unveils plans for Beijing park
A UNIVERSAL Studios (環球影城) theme park with “Chinese elements” is coming to Beijing. The attraction will open in 20...
2015.09.22
Plan to shake up state firms
CHINA has unveiled details of how it will restructure its mammoth state enterprise sector, including partial privatisati...
2015.09.17
Beijing launches campaign to snuff out smoking
RED-uniformed volunteers, propaganda banners and nosmoking signs sprinkled China’s capital city on Monday as Beijing (...
2015.06.05
Chinese sprinter breaks 10-second barrier
CHINA’S (中國) sprinter Su Bingtian (蘇炳添) became the first Asian (亞洲的)-born athlete to run the 100 metres in unde...
2015.06.04
US spy plane angers Beijing
BEIJING (北京) has lodged a complaint with the United States over a US spy plane that flew over parts of the disputed So...
2015.05.28
‘China’s Murdoch’ joins TVB
TELEVISION Broadcasts (TVB,電視廣播 ) said its controlling shareholder has introduced “China’s Rupert Murdoch” (中國...
2015.04.29
Looming crisis for the World’s Factory
China is called the ‘World’s Factory’ because of its robust manufacturing sector. These industries have created many ...
2015.04.28
China cuts bank reserves
CHINA’S central bank has cut by one percentage point the level of funds that commercial banks must hold in reserve – t...
2015.04.23
CY warns parallel traders
CHIEF Executive (行政長官) Leung Chun-ying (梁振英) vowed to crack down on parallel goods traders as he confirmed a new ...
2015.04.16
‘Border stores’ project planned
SUN Hung Kai Properties (SHKP, 新鴻基地產 ) confirmed on Sunday it is joining hands with Henderson Land (恒基兆業地產) t...
2015.03.26
Prince decries ivory trade
BRITAIN’S (英國) Prince William (威廉王子) urged an end to the ivory trade last Wednesday, visiting an elephant sanctua...
2015.03.09
Cheap homes for youngsters
HENDERSON Land (恒基兆業) chairman Lee Shau-kee (李兆基) laid out bold plans earlier this month to build cheap homes for...
2015.01.28
Tung: don’t rule out security law
FORMER chief executive Tung Chee-hwa (董建華) says Beijing (北京 ) has the power to impose a national security law on Ho...
2015.01.26
CY plans more sister schools
THE government will spend an extra HK$228 million on Hong Kong students and teachers to forge closer ties with their mai...
2015.01.20
Exit for unhappy mainlanders
THE Security Bureau (保安局) is considering introducing administrative procedures to allow new migrants and children bor...
2015.01.19
China remembers massacre
PRESIDENT Xi Jinping (習近平) and other Chinese leaders presided on Saturday over a ceremony marking the 77th anniversar...
2014.12.17
US and China agree carbon limits
THE United States (美國) and China announced a largely symbolic plan last week to implement new limits on carbon emissio...
2014.11.18
James Tien resigns as party head
JAMES TIEN PEI-CHUN (田北俊) was kicked out of China’s top political advisory body for urging Chief Executive Leung Chu...
2014.11.04
No regrets says defiant Tien
‘BAD boy’ James Tien Pei-chun (田北俊 ) resigned as Liberal Party (自由黨) leader hours after he was kicked out of Chi...
2014.11.03
Vietnam visit mends ties
CHINA’s top diplomat was greeted warmly as he arrived in Vietnam (越南) on Monday to repair ties ruptured by disputes o...
2014.10.30
High resell value for iPhone 6
THE announcement of the new iPhone 6 has attracted the world’s attention again! Resale prices of the almost ‘must-have...
2014.09.24
Chinese favour emigration
NEARLY half of China’s super-wealthy individuals are considering leaving the country, a survey has found, with most cit...
2014.09.22
China viewed as ‘unfavourable’
MORE than half of Chinese people think the country may go to war with Japan (日本) in the future, a new poll has reveale...
2014.09.16