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  • Anthony Cheung to visit Europe
    Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung will visit the UK and the Netherlands from September 24 to 27 to promote Hong Kong as an international maritime centre and logistics...
  • KS Wong attends climate change meeting
    Secretary for the Environment KS Wong has represented Hong Kong at the C40 Steering Committee Meeting on tackling climate change in New York.    He attended the C40 Steering Committee Ma...
  • Paradigm shift in banking underway
    If there is one single word most frequently spoken by bankers nowadays, it must be "compliance". I understand quite well that compliance requirements and compliance costs are increasing....
  • Ombudsman scrutinises tree management
    The Ombudsman has launched an investigation into the Tree Management Office's performance and effectiveness in ensuring people's safety.   The watchdog will study how the Tree Management...
  • Universal suffrage a common goal: CE
    Chief Executive CY Leung says that it is also the Government's goal to elect Hong Kong's next leader through universal suffrage and that it will listen to all views when implementing it....


  • Rights front scraps protest march plan
    The Civil Human Rights Front says it's abandoned its original plan to stage a protest march from Victoria Park to Central on National Day to call for true democracy. The group said it wil...
  • Students hold Tamar democracy rally
    Tertiary students who are boycotting their classes have taken their fight for democracy to Tamar, where they're holding a rally near the government headquarters. Hundreds of students gath...
  • Jack Ma tops China's rich list
    The chairman of the New York-listed Alibaba Group, Jack Ma, has become the richest man on the mainland with a fortune estimated at US$25billion. That's according to an annual rich list pu...
  • Students issue ultimatum to C Y Leung
    University students who're on the second day of a week-long class strike have issued an ultimatum to the Chief Executive C Y Leung. They say they will escalate their protest action unless...
  • Business operators in anti-occupy appeal
    A group people doing business in Central have appealed to the public not to join the Occupy Central movement. They said if it goes ahead, businesses will lose tens of million of dollars e...

Hong Kong ReportHong Kong Report

China Daily (HK Edition)

  • Non-native English teachers deserve equal opportunities
    A new school year dawns and for many of my native English teacher friends, summer was spent seeking employment for the coming academic term. What sets apart a successful and unsuccessful ...
  • Readers forum
    Negotiation is a must
  • Students don't realize their good fortune
    When young people care about society - it is like a dream for me. When they are willing to make sacrifices to improve the lives of others, it is the best thing an educator can ever hear. ...
  • HK students need to be better informed
    Undergrad, the student publication of Hong Kong University (HKU), has recently published a series of articles on "Hong Kong independence". Against the backdrop of the Scottish referendum ...
  • Gardens above the chaos
    Standing on any downtown street amid the relentless swirl of the crowded thoroughfares, of men in sharp suits, women, attired for success, breathing the polluted air of a wealth-obsessed ...

China Digital TimesChina Digital Times

Yahoo! News (About Hong Kong)Yahoo! News (About Hong Kong)

Asia TimesAsia Times

  • Harsh light shines on Vietnam's prisons
    Vietnamese dissidents and bloggers critical of the government are routinely handed long prison sentences for breaking vague national security laws. Yet the pervasive use of torture and ab...
  • How Syrian jihad spawned Islamic State
    While the fight against Islamic State has created a parallel reality where war appears as "humanitarian intervention" and hardcore jihadis are innocuous-sounding "Syrian rebels", it is fu...
  • To be a pilgrim
    Novelist Haruki Murakami in his latest novel to be published in English seized on a famous photograph of tight-packed Japanese commuters on dull winter commute to question the value of ou...
  • Climate funds bypass indigenous peoples
    Asian indigenous people say governments are manipulating financial incentives for developing countries to cut greenhouse gases, with leaders accused of abusing carbon-trading laws to seiz...
  • SPEAKING FREELY Canada fails to meet East Asian potential
    As the world moves beyond a "unipolar" order with the rise of East Asia, a growing number of Canadians want deeper involvement in the security dynamics of the region. Trade has evolved he...

Asian CorrespondentAsian Correspondent


Asian InvestorAsian Investor

Asia News Network

Wall Street JournalWall Street Journal

  • U.S., Arab Allies Strike Militants in Syria
    The U.S. and several Middle Eastern allies struck Islamic State militants in Syria, expanding a U.S.-led campaign into a country that has been a haven for the extremist group.image
  • Uighur Scholar Gets Life in Prison
    A Chinese court sentenced prominent scholar Ilham Tohti to life in prison, his lawyer said, in a case that analysts said could encourage extremism among the country's mostly Muslim Uighur...
  • Chinese Cash Slow to Follow Students to America
    Chinese are now among the world's biggest donors to U.S. universities, but still punch below their weight given Chinese students' large presence on U.S. campuses.image
  • Corruption Charges Fly in Trial Over Indian Helicopter Deal
    The trial of the former CEO of Italian helicopter maker AgustaWestland is the latest in a string of defense-corruption scandals that have hampered India's purchase of military equipment.i...
  • Philips to Split Operations
    Philips said it would split into two new companies and prepare its lighting business for a stand-alone future, marking a new phase in the overhaul of the Dutch conglomerate.image

Financial TimesFinancial Times


Global ReportsGlobal Reports

  • Indonesia girl back with family after 2004 tsunami
    A girl who was swept away in the Indian Ocean tsunami seven years ago said Friday she broke down in tears this week after tracking down her parents, who had long lost hope of finding her...
  • Not just NKorea, political dynasties are all over
    If North Korea's new leader is looking for advice on how to carry on his family's dynasty, he could turn to Rahul Gandhi, who is on a quest to become the fourth generation of h...
  • Chinese villagers demand release of detainees
    Protesters gathered Saturday outside a town hall in southern China to appeal for the release of people detained during demonstrations over a planned power plant expansion, a witness said.
  • Social networking booming in Egypt, Russia
    A new survey shows people in poorer countries send text messages more often than those in wealthier countries. Men in Spain and Germany access the Internet on their phones twice as much ...
  • Faces of the recession: homeless children
    The National Center on Family Homelessness said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States in 2010 or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. Th...

CNN - AsiaCNN - Asia

  • Will Modi be India's Putin?
    Christiane Amanpour speaks with writer and historian William Dalrymple about the elections of Narendra Modi.
  • Astonishing origami
    When origami enthusiast Uyen Nguyen discusses her art, you quickly understand that it is about a lot more than folding paper.
  • China's outrageous hotel designs
    Proving once again that anything goes in China when it comes to design, the country's latest hotels are nothing short of incredible
  • Sydney Opera House gets color
    Vivid Sydney 2014 lights the sails
  • Vogue China editor on Asian fashion
    When I was launching Vogue China nine years ago, one of the key elements I was determined to introduce was a regular column dedicated to promoting and supporting Chinese design talents. W...

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