One million march | China faces showdown in HK amid mass protests

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam indicated yesterday that her government will go ahead with proposed amendments to its extradition laws, despite a massive protest against

Hong Kong | One million flood streets to protest extradition bill

Hundreds of thousands of protesters marched through central Hong Kong yesterday protesting the government’s intention to pass legislation that would allow people to be extradited to

Hong Kong | Four arrested after bombs set off near police

Hong Kong police announced Saturday they have arrested four men in connection with two apparent gasoline bomb attacks on law enforcement. The arson cases occurred Friday,

Hong Kong | Top court issues landmark ruling for LGBT rights

Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal said yesterday the government cannot deny spousal employment benefits to same-sex couples, in a ruling hailed as a major step forward

Guangdong opens center to serve young Macau entrepreneurs

Guangdong Province has opened a center to serve young entrepreneurs from Macau, reports Xinhua, in the latest move to enhance interaction with the two Special Administrative

The trade war could pop HK’s property bubble

Record high home prices in Hong Kong have prompted some economists to forecast a bursting of the bubble. Residential property values in the city

Guangdong governor trusts economy to resist trade war impact, analysts disagree

The governor of Guangdong province, Ma Xingrui, has announced that he is prepared to enforce plans to further open the economy of the province in order to

China accused of faking Taiwan media’s GBA coverage

Beijing-controlled media source ChinaTaiwan has been accused of making up statistics on the Greater Bay Area (GBA) for propaganda purposes, according to a report by the island’s

Opinion | The big threat to HK’s property billionaires

Can Hong Kong’s billionaire heirs keep their grip on the city? Given Beijing’s increasing assertiveness in the territory, it’s a question worth asking. For the past five

Hong Kong proposes safeguards to extradition law amendments

Hong Kong’s government said that it was willing to raise the threshold for extraditing criminal suspects amid widespread concerns over moves seen as eroding the territory’s

Nearly 7.5 tonnes of smuggled ivory tusks seized

Police and customs authorities in Guangdong Province have busted an ivory smuggling ring, arresting 20 suspects and seizing nearly 7.5 tonnes of ivory tusks. Guangdong

Six killed in Guangdong landslide

Six people, who had been buried under a landslide in south China’s Guangdong Province early Sunday morning, have been confirmed dead, local authorities said. A landslide hit a three-stroy

Hong Kong | Property just hit an all-time high

In the world’s most-expensive real estate market, the sky’s the limit. Property prices in Hong Kong have reached an all-time high after relentless gains over the

Logistics, trade and technology: the core of booming Bay Area economy

The logistics, trade and technology industries are believed to benefit the most from the development of the Greater Bay Area, according to speakers at the 10th

Hong Kong amends extradition bill seen as eroding autonomy

Hong Kong said it would make further amendments to scale back a proposed extradition law that has raised concerns over the city’s autonomy and risks

Chui Sai On hopes Macau infrastructure forum will promote GBA

The 10th International Infrastructure Investment and Construction Forum (IIICF) officially kicked off at the Venetian Macao yesterday, with Macau Chief Executive Chui Sai On expressing his hope

HK rejects US warning on ship breaching Iran sanctions

Hong Kong dismissed U.S. warnings that it could face penalties if it does business with an oil tanker headed for the city that allegedly violated sanctions on

Hong Kong dynasties | Property tycoons hand over $109 billion in empires to heirs

The last of Hong Kong’s ‘Big Four’ property dynasties is handing over the reins to a younger generation, completing a flood of successions at family empires worth

US warns Hong Kong to avoid tanker in breach of Iran sanctions

The U.S. warned Hong Kong that it could face penalties if it does business with an oil tanker headed for the city that allegedly violated sanctions

Greater Bay tourism far from sustainable, says professor

Tourists coming to the Greater Bay Area have not been evenly distributed across its 11 cities, said Xu Honggang, Dean of the School of Tourism Management

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