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Carrie Lam's new team
On 1 July, Hong Kong entered a new era under Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (林鄭月娥), who will lead a new cabinet for the ...
2017.09.19
Lam pledges education support
CHIEF executive candidate Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (林鄭月娥) promised to spend more on education, subsidise housing f...
2017.02.17
New dog-breeding law slammed
ANIMAL welfare groups and lawmakers have criticised new regulations on animal trading and dog breeding as a “big step b...
2017.02.07
Cyclists push for harbour path
HUNDREDS of cyclists pedalled 11 kilometres along the harbourfront between Kennedy Town (堅尼地城) and Quarry Bay (鰂魚...
2017.01.26
Youths led by social media
ALMOST half of young Hongkongers rely on social media for information, and that group tends to distrust or is simply dis...
2017.01.06
Waiting for an affordable home
‘Owning a home is a keystone to wealth’, goes the old saying. But many Hongkongers cannot afford to own property, as o...
2016.10.18
Focus on asylum seekers
THE lawyer who helped American intelligence whistle-blower Edward Snowden (斯諾登) hide among asylum seekers in Hong Kon...
2016.09.16
Rights lawyer Zhou jailed
A COURT in China has jailed a prominent human rights lawyer for seven years for subverting the government, state media s...
2016.08.10
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
Demand for probe relaunch
FAMILIES of those killed or injured in the 2012 Lamma (南丫島) ferry disaster have demanded that the government relaunch...
2016.06.23
Beijing monitors senior citizens
THESE days, when people over 80 in Beijing (北京) take a bus, see a doctor or spend money, their activities are digitall...
2016.06.01
Dementia crisis on the horizon
HONG Kong is completely unprepared for a dementia crisis that is expected to come with an ageing population, a former go...
2016.05.10
The day Carrie Lam shed tears
CHIEF Secretary for Administration (政務司司長) Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (林鄭月娥) said she had been an activist as a...
2016.05.04
Rent kept off city’s poverty line
SOLID opposition has led the administration to drop plans to include public housing rent in poverty line calculations. C...
2016.04.27
HK takes aim at colon cancer
HONG Kong’s fight against its biggest cancer killer will start in earnest from September, as private doctors started si...
2016.04.18
Mainland fear over airspace
IT would be necessary for Hong Kong to allow mainland authorities to administer its airspace if the airport’s third run...
2016.04.14
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
ICAC staff under internal probe
The Independent Commission Against Corruption (廉政公署) has investigated about 10 staff in connection with the alleged ...
2016.02.29
Sweeteners for middle class
NEARLY two million mostly middle-class taxpayers will enjoy some relief as Financial Secretary (財政司司長) John Tsang C...
2016.02.26
University freedom ‘threatened’
THE city’s last governor, Chris Patten (彭定康), has hit out at the central and Hong Kong governments for threatening t...
2016.02.25
Young people left in the dark
GOVERNMENT consultation exercises are cumbersome and not user-friendly for youths, with just 25 percent saying they have...
2016.02.02
Tax increase no empty threat
SECRETARY for Financial Services and the Treasury (財經事務及庫務局局長) Ceajer Chan Ka-keung (陳家強) says the eventual...
2016.01.06
Retirement plan under fire
CRITICS and a professor who recommended universal retirement protection have slammed the government for preferring a pla...
2015.12.30
Do not blame officials for lead scandal, says Lam
NO government officials should be held responsible for the lead-water fiasco, Chief Secretary for Administration (政務司...
2015.10.15
Surprise protest commemorates Occupy Movement
ALMOST 1,000 people raised umbrellas to mark the first anniversary of the 79-day civil disobedience movement for genuine...
2015.10.07
Reflections in a sea of yellow
ALMOST 1,000 people raised umbrellas to mark the first anniversary of the 79-day Occupy Central (佔領中環) movement for ...
2015.10.02
School sports scheme proves to be a winner
A PILOT scheme to assign retired athletes to lead sports development at secondary schools has been a success, so the gov...
2015.09.21
Energy-saving plans revealed
THE first energy-saving blueprint for Hong Kong has been unveiled, in an effort to reduce the city’s energy intensity b...
2015.05.20
Pan-dem campaign heats up
ABOUT 20 pan-democratic lawmakers launched a campaign against the political reform proposal on a converted open-top lorr...
2015.05.07
China to cut tax on imports
CHINA will reduce import tariffs on some consumer goods by the end of June to help boost domestic spending and support t...
2015.05.06
Ban on unofficial forecasts
CHINA will ban unofficial weather forecasts starting Friday, as citizens criticised the government for further encroachi...
2015.05.05
More ‘want package passed’
NEARLY 51 percent of people in a survey support the government’s political reform package. TVB (電視廣播 ) said it comm...
2015.05.04
Pilot scheme for luring talent rolls out
THE Immigration Department (入境事務處) will roll out a talent admission pilot scheme for second-generation Hongkongers ...
2015.05.04
Back-to-work plan aimed at mums
THE government should inject HK$850 million to support childcare services to ease parents’ burden and raise productivit...
2015.04.29
‘Final blueprint’ for CE election announced
CHIEF Secretary for Administration (政務司司長) Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (林鄭月娥) insists the final blueprint to mak...
2015.04.28
China’s slowdown deepens
CHINA’S economic growth slumped to a six-year low as manufacturing and retail sales cooled in the first quarter, steppi...
2015.04.21
CY bullish on reform package
CHIEF Executive (行政長官) Leung Chung-ying (梁振英) expressed confidence that the government’s political reform packag...
2015.04.20
Beijing promises to tackle smog
CHINA is falling shortof its people’s expectations in battling smog, Premier Li Keqiang (李克強) said, one week after a...
2015.03.19
Li cancels after veto pledge
BASIC Law Committee (基本法委員會) chairman Li Fei (李飛) has scrapped his plan to visit Hong Kong early next month, a d...
2015.03.16
Big boost for gender equality
THE government vows to push gender equality in various aspects. The proportion of women appointed to government advisory...
2015.03.12
PM reiterates constitution
THE principle of “one country, two systems” must comply with China’s constitution and Hong Kong’s Basic Law (基本法)...
2015.03.11
HK underlined in NPC work report
THE principle of “one country, two systems” must comply with China’s constitution and Hong Kong’s Basic Law (《基本...
2015.03.11
Unity with mainland urged
BEIJING (北京) officials have called on Hongkongers to protect the dignity of tourists after incidents and protests targ...
2015.03.10
No change to visitor scheme
CHIEF Executive (行政長官 ) Leung Chun-ying (梁振英) said he will not seek to expand the Individual Visit Scheme beyond ...
2015.03.04
Education spending boost
FINANCIAL Secretary (財政司司長) John Tsang Chun-wah (曾俊華) admitted there are differences in the way he and Chief Exe...
2015.03.03
HK$34bn of reliefs in budget
MANY people in Hong Kong have suddenly become a bit richer, albeit only temporarily. Financial Secretary John Tsang Chun...
2015.03.03
The way forward
Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying has delivered his third policy address, in which housing, population, youth and educatio...
2015.01.27
Policy promises
Public policy is not just the affair of adults; it also affects every teen in both the short and long run. Junior Standa...
2015.01.27
New policies fail to impress
THE next five years will see 30 percent more private homes built annually as well as untried models to provide subsidise...
2015.01.22
Overuse of ‘law’ blasted
BAR Association (大律師公會) chairman Paul Shieh Wing-tai (石永泰) last Monday criticised the government for misleading ...
2015.01.21
Education minister under scrutiny
THE former deputy of the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office (港澳辦), now a key Beijing (北京) adviser, says the SAR’s ...
2015.01.14
Umbrella Movement’s next step
THE Hong Kong Federation of Students (HKFS, 學聯 ) and a coalition of 20 community organisations have agreed on the next...
2014.12.18
Tsang denies rules flouted
LEGISLATIVE Council (立法會) president Jasper Tsang Yok-sing (曾鈺成 ) described the claim that the government’s withdr...
2014.11.19
Ip wants a say for students
NEW People’s Party (新民黨) chairwoman Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee (葉劉淑儀) has suggested that Hong Kong Federation of Stud...
2014.11.10
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
Real action urged against poverty
COMMUNITY groups have called on the government to initiate genuine anti-poverty measures. Representatives confronted Sec...
2014.11.03
36 no-shows at Legco meeting
THE Legislative Council (Legco, 立法會) meeting, which was set to resume at 9am on 23 October, was cancelled last Thursd...
2014.10.29
New Occupy report promised
PROTESTERS have been promised a new report will be sent to Beijing (北京) that will spell out their sentiments and worri...
2014.10.24
Talks end, no breakthrough
THE two-hour meeting on Tuesday between student protesters and the government was a good start but did not yield any con...
2014.10.23
Leung: we are ready to talk
THE government will restart talks with the Hong Kong Federation of Students (HKFS,香港專上學生聯會) as early as this wee...
2014.10.21
Youth occupies the city
There are distinctive factors that allow students to thrive on a massive movement as seen in the Occupy protests. Action...
2014.10.14
Occupy Central showdown
TALKS between the city’s No 2 official and Occupy Central (佔領中環) student leaders on political reform will be held o...
2014.10.10
Battle for democracy rages on
POLICE repeatedly fired tear gas after tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators brought a main Central (中環) ro...
2014.10.06