HK exports grow in December, ending 13-month decline

Hong Kong’s exports rose in December, snapping a 13-month streak of declines that was the longest since 2016 as agreement on a U.S.-China trade deal helped stabilize trade across Asia

HK extends school suspension amid coronavirus threat

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced a string of measures on Friday to further contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, including extending the suspension of classes in schools

HK lawmaker criticized for encouraging masks to be reused

Hong Kong democrat lawmakers and netizens are criticizing pro-establishment lawmaker Ann Chiang Lai-wan for posting a video on her Facebook page explaining the process of steaming surgical face masks so

Analysis: Mistrust hampers Hong Kong’s battle to hold back China virus

Hong Kong was always going to face a huge challenge holding back a disease outbreak raging in mainland China. Deep mistrust built up over seven months of

2019-nCov | HK to reduce transport services with mainland

Hong Kong will significantly reduce transport services between Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland to contain the spread of new coronavirus. Flights from the mainland to Hong Kong will be halved,

Hong Kong seeks powers to curb online harassment amid unrest

Hong Kong’s privacy chief said cases of online harassment have surged since the city’s protests erupted last year, as the government seeks new powers to take down posts

Hong Kong | Protest messages shared in Lunar New Year packets

Hong Kong's anti-government protests are putting a new spin on a Lunar New Year tradition. Every year, adults hand out red packets stuffed with cash to children and young,

Briefs | HK customs busts largest cannabis trafficking case in a decade

Hong Kong customs seized about 70 kilograms of suspected cannabis buds at Hong Kong International Airport last week, the largest cannabis trafficking case detected by the customs at the

Hong Kong | Burberry becomes latest victim of political protests

Burberry Group Plc became the latest victim of the Hong Kong protests as sales in that market dropped in half over the Christmas quarter, while

Hong Kong | Mainland buyers cool on property following protests

Mainland Chinese, once the driving force behind Hong Kong’s stratospheric home prices, are now shunning the city after months of protests. Inquiries for Hong Kong

World Economic Forum | Xi Jinping isn’t tightening China’s grip on HK, according to Carrie Lam

Chinese President Xi Jinping offered personal assurances that he wouldn’t use protests in Hong Kong as an excuse to increase Beijing’s control over the city, Chief

China’s top official in HK urges enacting national security law

China’s new top official in Hong Kong urged the city to enact national security legislation, raising speculation that Beijing might renew its push for a bill that prompted mass protests

Businesses confident in Greater Bay Area project, says survey

  Businesses are confident in the prospects of the Greater Bay Area (GBA) project, with over half of business executives planning to expand geographically in the region before 2022, a survey

Analysis | ‘Lennon Walls’ herald sticky-note revolution

Months of anti-government protests in Hong Kong have physically reshaped the city. As a scholar of urban landscapes, I have been interested in how the citizens and activists

Briefs | Cross-border RMB settlement hits new high

Cross-border settlement in Chinese currency in south China’s Guangdong Province hit a new high in 2019, said a local branch of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), the central

Hong Kong | Homes remain world’s least affordable for 10th year

Hong Kong has racked up a 10th year as the world’s least-affordable housing market, highlighting the inequality that has helped fuel months of protests. The

Hong Kong | Jobless rate rises for third consecutive month

Hong Kong’s jobless rate rose for a third month in December, as the city’s consumption and tourism-related industries remained weak amid the city’s protest-driven recession.

Hong Kong | Gov’t rebuffs key protest demand as violence persists

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam’s government again pushed back on a key demand of protesters as a downtown rally turned violent, showing the unrest that began

World Economic Forum | Carrie Lam to remind world leaders of HK’s strengths

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam will lead a top-level delegation to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos this week with the aim to remind global

Hong Kong must not give up on youth, says finance secretary

Hong Kong must not give up on its youth and should invest in future generations, Finance Secretary Paul Chan said at a forum Saturday, Radio Television

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