Hong Kong youth pursue entrepreneurial dream in Guangzhou

Jason Choi, a young entrepreneur from Hong Kong, is pursuing his long-held dream to establish a creative advertising festival geared toward youth from Guangdong province. The

Hengqin economy has grown 64% over a decade

The economy of Hengqin has grown by about 64% over the past decade, according to a senior Hengqin official. Niu Jing, Chinese Communist Party Secretary

Briefs | Shenzhen: Customs record imported case of Zika virus

Shenzhen customs has detected a case of imported Zika virus in a man returning from abroad, local health authorities said Tuesday. The patient, 33, has been put under

Foreign experts exit HK police probe after disputes

A panel of international experts advising Hong Kong’s police watchdog announced it would withdraw from a review of officers’ conduct, a move that will likely bolster

Self-professed ‘fangirls’ defend China from HK protesters and the world

For Li Mo, the footage of black-clad people clashing with police and vandalizing storefronts proved the final straw. The images of Hong Kong protesters fighting

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam unbowed after massive weekend protest

Hong Kong’s leader yesterday again ruled out further concessions to protesters who marched peacefully in their hundreds of thousands this past weekend, days before she is to

Guangzhou | Former senior provincial official sentenced for graft

Qian Yin’an, a former senior official in northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, was sentenced to 14 years in prison yesterday by a Guangzhou court for taking bribes.

Guangzhou | Belt and Road bar association founded to improve legal services

The Belt and Road International Lawyers Association was launched by the All China Lawyers Association (ACLA) in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong Province. The association aims

Briefs | Special inspection for delta bridge ahead of Xi’s arrival

Zhuhai’s security department has started a special security inspection at the eastern artificial island of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB), according to an announcement released by Zhuhai’s security

Hong Kong | Injured journalist seeks answers from police

More than two months after being blinded in one eye by what she believes was a projectile fired by riot police, Indonesian video journalist Veby

Hong Kong | Police sound alarm over homemade explosives

Hong Kong’s much-maligned police force provided a rare behind-the-scenes look last week at its bomb disposal squad to show the potentially deadly destructive force of homemade

Biggest HK protest in months signals more unrest in 2020

Hong Kong saw its biggest pro-democracy protest in months Sunday, signaling more unrest to come in 2020 as the movement that began in June to fight

HK residents living with tear gas worry of effects

By day, the small commercial kitchen in a Hong Kong industrial building produces snacks. At night, it turns into a secret laboratory assembling a kit for pro-democracy protesters seeking to

Hong Kong | Embattled airline plans injection, will pay staff today

Embattled Hong Kong Airlines said it has drawn up an initial plan for a cash injection and will pay staff who had their salaries deferred, after regulators threatened to revoke

IMF advises Hong Kong should boost spending to save economy

The International Monetary Fund urged Hong Kong’s government to boost spending to support the territory’s convulsing economy, citing a range of risks from trade tensions to political unrest. Greater fiscal support

Survey shows HK economy on course for weakest quarter in 21 years

A private survey showed Hong Kong economy is on course for the weakest quarter in 21 years in the fourth quarter of 2019. The average reading of Hong Kong’s Purchasing Manager’s

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam promises new round of economic relief measures

Hong Kong’s leader pledged more relief measures in the wake of data showing that the city’s unrest drove a record decline in retail sales. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam told

Censorship | HK economist says his views on China cost him his job

A local Hong Kong economist said he was asked to leave his job at a mainland Chinese-owned bank, in the latest example of political tensions erupting in the financial hub

Briefs | Three remain missing in Guangzhou ground collapse accident

  Three people who were trapped in a sudden ground collapse accident in Guangzhou remain missing, according to local authorities. The cave-in occurred on Sunday at a construction site of the

Chinese yuan planned to flow freely in GBA by 2022

  The Chinese yuan is planned to flow freely in the entire Greater Bay Area by 2022, according to Carol Lao, deputy director of the financial department of the Monetary Authority

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