Tens of thousands in Hong Kong boycott first day of school

Clad in gas masks along with their formal white school uniforms, tens of thousands of students in Hong Kong boycotted the first day of classes yesterday

How Hong Kong protests could lead to internet cut off

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam has said all options are on the table as she tries to quell the pro-democracy demonstrations that have rocked the city

Hong Kong | Officials urge calm while warning of ‘signs of terror’

Hong Kong authorities appealed for calm in the Asian financial center while warning that radical protesters showed “signs of terror” over the weekend in some of

Hong Kong police storm subway with batons, as protests rage

Protesters in Hong Kong threw gasoline bombs at government headquarters and set fires in the streets, while police stormed a subway car and hit passengers with

Briefs | Demonstrators swarm airport, disrupting flights

Hong Kong protesters caused major disruptions to the city’s international airport yesterday, massing outside the building in attempt to paralyze transport to and from the facility. MTR Corp.,

Opposition figures ensnared in wave of arrests

Hong Kong police arrested prominent opposition figures including Joshua Wong - and warned other protesters could share their fate at illegal demonstrations this weekend - raising

Briefs | Hong Kong: Activist leader attacked in restaurant

The leader of a Hong Kong group that has organized record-breaking marches during the protests was attacked by two unidentified armed and masked men, as the city braces

China rotates new troops into HK amid mass protests

China’s military deployed fresh troops to Hong Kong early yesterday in what it called a routine rotation amid speculation that it might intervene in the city’s

Hong Kong | Police ban mass weekend protest, organizer says

Hong Kong police banned a protest set for tomorrow by the organizer of previous historic mass marches, the group said, in a move that could anger

Hundreds demand Cathay rehire fired staff

Hundreds of people gathered in Hong Kong to demand that Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. rehire workers who left the troubled carrier after supporting the city’s pro-democracy protests,

Good citizen applications jump as people eye exit

Interest from Hong Kong residents in leaving the city has surged since street protests broke out in the former British colony. About 200 people showed

Hong Kong investors shun Singapore for homes in Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan

Singapore’s housing market isn’t turning out to be the beneficiary many may have thought from Hong Kong’s increasingly fraught protests. Instead, investors are looking to

Former mainland official says Shenzhen is not replacing HK

The former vice minister of the Foreign Trade Ministry of China, Long Yongtu, has said that many opinions have misinterpreted and misunderstood China’s recent proposal to

Briefs | Zhuhai: Promotional clip released to mark 39th year as SEZ

To mark its 39th anniversary as a special economic zone (SEZ), the neighboring city of Zhuhai has launched a three-minute promotional video telling the story of its growth

Analysis | Three ways China benefits from the Hong Kong protests

The summer of 2019 has seen week after week of protest in Hong Kong. The protests began June 9 when as many as a million

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam sees no need for Chinese troops to quell unrest

Hong Kong’s leader said her government can handle unrest without assistance from Chinese forces, and still wants to hold talks with protesters despite a flare up

Briefs | Guangdong: 7 killed, 11 injured in expressway accident

Seven people were killed and 11 others injured after a coach overturned on an expressway in Guangdong Province, local authorities said yesterday. The accident occurred around midnight of

Intellectual property | Experience copy-cat Macau food at Gongbei plaza

Mainland tourists can experience some of Macau’s specialty food products without setting foot in the city by visiting shops at and around the Gongbei underground

Tensions escalate in Hong Kong protests as police weapon fired

Tensions flared in Hong Kong on a weekend that began with the formation of a peaceful human chain across the city and culminated two days later

Hong Kong Protesters form human chain to call for democracy

Supporters of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement lined the streets and part of the city’s harbor front Friday, inspired by a human chain in a historic Baltic

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