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Olympics postponed to 2021
THE 2020 Tokyo Olympics (東京奧運) has beenpostponed to the summer of 2021, and nolater, because of the coronavirus pand...
2020.06.10
Coping with fake outbreak news
THE coronavirus pandemic is leading to aninformation overload for many people, oftenmaking it diffi cult to separate fac...
2020.06.04
E-retailer seeks more workers
AMAZON (亞馬遜公司) needs to hire 100,000people across the US to keep up with a crushof orders as the coronavirus spread...
2020.06.03
Parent fined for US college bribe
A US judge ordered a Chinese woman from Canada (xxx) to pay a US$250,000 (HK$1.95 million) fine after she admitted to pa...
2020.05.26
Chinese to scale empty Everest
A CHINESE government-backed team plans to summit Mount Everest (額菲爾士峰) at a time when the world’s tallest peak has...
2020.05.25
Stone turtle unearthed in Angkor
ARCHAEOLOGISTS in Cambodia (柬埔寨) have unearthed a large centuries-old statue of a turtle at the Angkor temple complex...
2020.05.19
How koalas quench thirst
SCIENTISTS have solved a lingering mystery about koala behaviour – how these tree-dwelling marsupials native to Austral...
2020.05.18
Crazy beast clue to evolution
A PREHISTORIC opossum-sized critter dubbed the ‘crazy beast’ that inhabited Madagascar (馬達加斯加) at the end of the ...
2020.05.13
Amazon buys from banned firm
US business Amazon.com Inc has bought thermal cameras to take the temperatures of workers during the coronavirus pandemi...
2020.05.11
UK queen gets quiet birthday
BRITAIN’S Queen Elizabeth turned 94 on 21 April but the coronavirus lockdown meant there was little fanfare to mark the...
2020.04.29
Zoom updates security measures
VIDEO-CONFERENCING platform Zoom is rolling out a number of measures meant to stem criticism over how it has handled sec...
2020.04.28
War vet’s 100 laps raises £20m
A 99-YEAR-OLD British World War II veteran has become a global phenomenon for his fundraising efforts that produced almo...
2020.04.27
Volunteers aid shrine animals
WHEN Covid-19 came to Nepal (尼泊爾), attention turned to an unlikely group of victims: hundreds of monkeys, cows and pi...
2020.04.22
Crooks exploit virus crisis
CRIMINALS are preying on a fearful public and disrupting the provision of medical care during the coronavirus pandemic b...
2020.04.06
Coping with fake outbreak news
THE coronavirus pandemic is leading to an information overload for many people, often making it difficult to separate fa...
2020.04.02
Olympics postponed to 2021
THE 2020 Tokyo Olympics (東京奧運) has been postponed to no later than the summer of 2021 because of the coronavirus pan...
2020.04.01
Outbreak supplies arrive in Africa
THE first planeload of protective and medical equipment donated to Africa (非洲) by Chinese billionaire and Alibaba (阿...
2020.03.30
US journalists booted out of HK
CHINA defended its decision to expel American journalists from three US newspapers and bar them from working in Hong Kon...
2020.03.26
E-retailer seeks more workers
AMAZON (亞馬遜公司) needs to hire 100,000 people across the US to keep up with a crush of orders as the coronavirus spre...
2020.03.25
Coronavirus rattles media sector
THE ailing US news industry is bracing for more turmoil with the coronavirus pandemic expected to deliver an economic sh...
2020.03.23
Endangered eels sold in markets
NEARLY half of retail eel products in local supermarkets contain critically endangered species, scientists from a local ...
2020.03.17
Friendly manners foster virus
FRIENDLY kissing amid the coronavirus has become a fresh dilemma, especially in effusive southern Europe (歐洲), with po...
2020.03.12
Star swimmer pulled from games
CHINESE swimmer Sun Yang (孫楊) was banned for eight years and will miss the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (東京奧運) because he b...
2020.03.10
Fresh seeds fill Arctic vault
A ‘DOOMSDAY vault’ nestled deep in the Arctic (北極圈) received 60,000 new seed samples, increasing stocks of the worl...
2020.03.05
Amazon’s smart grocer opens
ONE company wants to kill the supermarket checkout line. Amazon, the online retailing giant, opened its first cashier-le...
2020.03.04
Hopes of fugu dish revival
IN the kitchen at Fukudokoro Sakai in Japan (日本), the chef casually hacks off the head of a live pufferfish. He skins ...
2020.03.02
South Korea’s first female anchor
UNDER gleaming studio lights, Lee So-jeong reads straight from a teleprompter, rehearsing her lines ahead of the primeti...
2020.02.26
Hanoi stages its first cat show
VIETNAM (越南), a country where cats are viewed by some as food, hosted its first ever cat show. The show on 16 February...
2020.02.25
Longest smuggling tunnel found
US authorities announced the discovery of the longest smuggling tunnel ever found on the country’s southwest border, st...
2020.02.20
King mushroom hunters fined
A FRENCH (法國的) court handed suspended 500-euro (HK$4,280) fines to two Romanians (羅馬尼亞人) who organised a massive...
2020.02.19
Royal couple to ‘step back’
PRINCE Harry and his wife, Meghan, say they plan “to step back” as senior members of Britain’s royal family, a stunni...
2020.01.16
Pope apologises for‘bad example’
POPE Francis (教宗方濟各) has apologized for angrily slapping a woman’s arm when she grabbed hold of his hand and yanke...
2020.01.09
UN to draft cybercrime treaty
THE UN General Assembly has approved a resolution that will start the process of drafting a new international treaty to ...
2020.01.07
Merkel makes Auschwitz visit
ANGELA Merkel visited the former AuschwitzNazi death camp on 6 December for the fi rst time as chancellor and said admit...
2019.12.19
Young giraffe dies of brain injury
A BABY giraffe that was befriended by a dog after he was abandoned in the wild has died, a South African (南非) animal o...
2019.12.16
Backlash over Black Friday craze
A CTIVISTS staged protests around France (法國) against online retailer Amazon on Black Friday and tried to blockade a s...
2019.12.10
Rhino species gone from Malaysia
THE Sumatran rhinoceros has become extinct in Malaysia (馬來西亞), after the last of the species in the country succumbe...
2019.12.09
Singapore invokes fake news law
SINGAPORE’S government has invoked its new law against online ‘fake news’ for the first time, the island’s Straits T...
2019.12.03
AI-composed song greets Pope
FEW aspects of life escape the touch of technology in cutting-edge Japan (日本), including an official song written to w...
2019.12.02
Commuter handcuffed for eating
A BLACK man in the US was detained by police and given a citation (fixed penalty notice) for eating a breakfast sandwich...
2019.11.26
e-Commerce waste overfl ows
ACCUMULATED waste from China’s e-commerce and express delivery sectors stands to more than quadruple by 2025 unless act...
2019.11.20
Shorter work hours boosted sales
IN a country notorious for overwork, Microsoft Japan (日本) trialled a radical idea: working less. And it found that fou...
2019.11.13
10-year-old McMeal on display
A DECADE on from McDonald’s shut down in Iceland (冰島), thousands of online viewers follow the live broadcast of the s...
2019.11.12
NYC bans foie gras sales
NEW York City (紐約市), often viewed as the fine dining capital of the United States, became the latest US locality to b...
2019.11.07
The most innovative universities
FOR the fifth year running, Stanford University (史丹福大學) tops Reuters’ (路透社) ranking of the world’s most innova...
2019.10.31
Bright coloured beards in fashion
FROM shades of startling red to hues of vivid tangerine, brightly coloured beards have become a fashion statement on the...
2019.10.30
Aussie press blacks out news
NEWSPAPERS across Australia (澳洲) ran heavily redacted front pages on 21 October in protest against government secrecy ...
2019.10.29
How the brain controls pain
PAIN perception is essential for survival, but how much something hurts can sometimes be amplified or suppressed: for ex...
2019.10.24
Google touts privacy options
THE latest phone and smart-home devices from Google came packaged with a not-so-subtle message: Google cares about your ...
2019.10.23
Facebook to translate with maths
DESIGNERS of machine translation tools still mostly rely on dictionaries to make a foreign language understandable. But ...
2019.10.22
Battery makers win Nobel prize
IF you use your smartphone or a laptop computer every day, you can thank the three winners of this year’s Nobel Prize (...
2019.10.17
Wildlife trade hurts many species
MORE than 5,500 species of birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles are bought and sold on the worldwide animal market, a...
2019.10.16
Beatles album No 1 again
THE classic Beatles (披頭四) album Abbey Road is back at number one in Britain half a century after its first release, w...
2019.10.15
New hope for paralysed man
A MAN paralysed from the shoulders down has been able to walk using a pioneering fourlimbed robotic system, or exoskelet...
2019.10.14
Prince Harry rebukes UK press
BRITISH royal Prince Harry has lashed out at the British media for its treatment of his wife, Meghan, accusing it of hou...
2019.10.10
Want a degree in videogaming?
IN their first week in class, a group of students played a first-person shooter videogame in a sleek new digital studio....
2019.10.09
UFO fans descend near Area 51
SCORES of UFO enthusiasts converged on rural Nevada (內華達州) for a pilgrimage of sorts to the US installation known as...
2019.09.30
Gold toilet stolen in Britain
A UNIQUE solid gold toilet that was part of an arts exhibit was stolen from the magnificent home in England (英國) where...
2019.09.23
Bugs turned into gourmet dishes
SOUTH African (南非的) chef Mario Barnard said he was “grossed out” and did not entirely enjoy eating grilled scorpion...
2019.09.18
Novel gadgets at Berlin tech fair
A FLOOD of product launches were showcased at Europe’s biggest tech fair, the IFA, which took place in Berlin (柏林) fr...
2019.09.16
Retired judge barred from HK
A FORMER Philippine (菲律賓) Supreme Court justice who accused President Xi Jinping (習近平) of crimes against humanity ...
2019.05.29
Most bird-like dinosaur found
RESEARCHERS in Germany (德國) have unearthed a new species of flying dinosaur that could hold vital clues as to how mode...
2019.05.23
Deepest part of ocean explored
THE hours-long journey down to what is believed to be the deepest point mankind has visited in any ocean was a complicat...
2019.05.22
Face ID tech barred in US city
SAN FRANCISCO (三藩市) has become the first US city to ban the use of facial recognition by police and other city agenci...
2019.05.21
A US city bans credit-only stores
SAN FRANCISCO (三藩市) has enacted legislation to require brick-and-mortar retailers to take cash as payment.The city is...
2019.05.16
Air travel still safe, experts say
THE recent series of major airline accidents that bore heavy casualties have raised concerns about the safety of air tra...
2019.05.15
US$30m for homeless studies
A SAN FRANCISCO (三藩市) billionaire is donating US$30 million (HK$235m) to the University of California, San Francisco,...
2019.05.09
Gorillas’ ‘selfie’ goes viral
A PICTURE showing two orphaned female gorillas posing like humans, taken in Virunga National Park in the Democratic Repu...
2019.05.07
Uproar over fake news law
THE Singapore (新加坡) government’s submission of wide-ranging fake news legislation to parliament is stoking fears tha...
2019.04.10
Polish priests burn books
PRIESTS at a Catholic parish in northern Poland (波蘭) have drawn criticism after they burned books, including ones from...
2019.04.09
US eyes 2024 for lunar return
DONALD Trump’s administration announced it was speeding up plans to send US astronauts back to the Moon, from 2028 to 2...
2019.04.03
Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 grounded
AIRLINES from North America to the Middle ast (中東) initially kept flying Boeing’s 737 AX 8 after a host of other coun...
2019.03.19
UK slammed for barring IS teen
A DECISION by Britain to strip a teenage girl of her citizenship after she joined Islamic State (IS, 伊斯蘭國) in Syria ...
2019.03.18
Hanoi deports Kim lookalike
A KIM Jong Un (金正恩) impersonator was hauled from his hotel and deported from Vietnam (越南) two days before the summi...
2019.03.05
K-pop guidelines withdrawn
GOVERNMENT guidelines aimed at promoting more diversity in South Korea’s (南韓) K-pop world have been withdrawn after c...
2019.02.28
‘Kissing sailor’ dies, aged 95
THE sailor photographed kissing a woman in Times Square (時代廣場) as people celebrated the end of World War II has died...
2019.02.26
Barrier Reef could get choked
RUNOFF from recent floods in northern Australia (澳洲) is flowing onto parts of the Barrier Reef (大堡礁), starving cora...
2019.02.25
Japan to resume whaling
JAPAN says it is leaving the International Whaling Commission (IWC) to resume commercial hunts for the animals for the f...
2019.01.07
Latest Mars landing succeeds
HERE was an eruption of cheers and applause at Nasa (美國太空總署) as a waisthigh unmanned lander called InSight (洞察號...
2018.12.05
Air crash salvaging underway
THE search for the main wreckage of the Lion Air plane that crashed into the sea north of Java Island (爪哇島) continues...
2018.11.06
N Korea makes nuclear pledge
NORTH Korea (北韓) has promised to close its atomic test site, Seoul (首爾) says, as US President Donald Trump expresses...
2018.05.07
China sets up tariffs for US
CHINA has imposed tariffs on 128 US imports worth US$3 billion (HK$23.5 billion), including fruits and pork, retaliating...
2018.04.10
Russia rejects poison charge
MOSCOW (莫斯科) denied it was behind the poisoning of a former double agent in Britain.“Russia is not guilty,” said Fo...
2018.03.21
Amazon head tops wealth list
AMAZON chief Jeff Bezos has become the first US$100 billion (HK$780 billion) mogul to top Forbes’s annual rankings of t...
2018.03.15
Seoul envoys go north for talks
SOUTH Korean President Moon Jae In (文在寅) sent a team of special envoys – including Seoul’s (首爾) spy chief – to t...
2018.03.10
Korean ex-president faces jail
SOUTH Korean prosecutors have sought a 30-year jail term for former president Park Geun Hye (朴槿惠), who was ousted las...
2018.03.07
Belt and Road challenged
AUSTRALIA (澳洲), the United States, India (印度) and Japan (日本) are talking about establishing a joint regional infra...
2018.02.28
Brexit no problem for China
CHINA’S relations with Britain will remain unchanged through Brexit, Premier Li Keqiang (李克強) said during British Pr...
2018.02.08
Wealth gap keeps widening
A CHIEF executive at a top global fashion brand has to only work for four days to earn what a garment worker in Banglade...
2018.01.29
Taj Mahal ruined by visitors
INDIA will restrict the number of daily visitors to the Taj Mahal in an attempt to preserve the 17thcentury monument to ...
2018.01.11
Ex-official held over oil bribes
HONG Kong’s former home affairs secretary, Patrick Ho Chi-ping (何志平), has been arrested by authorities in the United...
2017.11.29
Leaks reveal elites’ tax havens
CONFIDENTIAL documents released by an international journalists’ body raised serious questions of propriety regarding t...
2017.11.16
HKU drops a spot in rankings
THE University of Hong Kong (HKU, 香港大學) dropped one rung in the Times Higher Education’s Asia university rankings, ...
2017.03.22
Hong Kong third for richest folk
HONG Kong ranked third in the world for the number of ultra-high net worth individuals – those with US$30 million (HK$2...
2017.03.07
Beware of online criminals
ABOUT 689 million people worldwide fell victim to cybercrime last year, according to US anti-virus software firm Symante...
2016.11.24
Hong Kong slips again in English
HONG Kong’s level of English proficiency continued to be mediocre and fell in regional ranking, according to the result...
2016.11.18
Easy passwords delight hackers
THE online world is a gold mine for fraudsters, thanks to the many boneheads who have access to the internet. People who...
2016.11.10
Weather woes for butterflies
EXTREME weather conditions are threatening butterflies in Britain, according to a study published in the Journal of Anim...
2016.11.03
Amazon sued over home loss
A FAMILY is suing Amazon (亞馬遜公司) for selling a hoverboard blamed for starting a fire that burned their US$1m (HK$7....
2016.11.01
Apple goes to court over fakes
HI-TECH giant Apple says it has been buying chargers and cables labelled as genuine Apple products on Amazon.com and fou...
2016.10.25