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5G Towers Set On Fire Across UK Amid Coronavirus Fears
After the coronavirus outbreak people have linked the virus to 5G towers & people have taken it upon themselves to set fire to 5G towers across the UK.
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China military expanding, has global ambitions: Congressional report
China’s military is rapidly expanding the ability to project power globally and in the coming decade will be capable of waging war far from the homeland, according to a major co...
United Nations voted to remove marijuana for medical use from a list of the most risky narcotics
A United Nations commission voted on Wednesday to remove cannabis for medicinal purposes from a category of the world’s most dangerous drugs, a highly anticipated and long-delay...
Global Banks Reverse Back-to-Office Push in Hong Kong
Global banks in Hong Kong, from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to Standard Chartered Plc, are urging more staff to work from home again as virus cases surge in the Asian finance hub.
Workforce turmoil at i-Cable as lay-offs, resignations hammer news department
Forty newsroom staff at i-Cable Communications made redundant with immediate effect, according to source, prompting mass resignations.
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Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai refuses to admit wrongdoing in fight for freedom
Lai stresses the need for 'rule of law' not 'rule of men' in China to ensure financial success
When you die, will your digital assets actually reach your loved ones?
Leaving all your online wealth to the family is your present for their future. Unfortunately, digital assets don’t really “fit” into a conventional physical will. eWill.org is ...
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam is getting paid in cash because banks won't deal with her
US sanctions have cut off Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam from the global banking system, the controversial political leader says, forcing her to stockpile cash.
Singapore and Hong Kong push back their travel bubble again, this time beyond 2020
Both sides said they will review the arrangement again in late December to decide on a start date.
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Mainland, HK scientists debate whether mass testing is best for HK
Hong Kong experts argued that conducting nucleic acid tests on the city's entire population may not be the best choice for the SAR, contradicting earlier suggestions from mainla...
House Tours Open Door with Interior Designer, Julia Thompson
In our house tours series the interior designer walks us round her interesting and inviting art-filled home
Hong Kong insurer offers free post-vaccination protection
Hong Kong has seen the introduction of a protection policy that is said to be the first of this kind in the local insurance market.
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Legal challenge to inaction in prosecuting suspects in animal torture case
Pang Lok-sze’s counsel Kim McCoy says Department of Justice’s decision not to prosecute the two suspects in the case was unlawful and tainted by procedural impropriety.
Coronavirus Was In U.S. Weeks Earlier Than Previously Known, Study Says
The discovery, uncovered after analyzing blood donations from nine states, strengthens evidence that the coronavirus was quietly spreading around the world before health officia...
Blackmailer jailed for threatening to slay dog if HK$40,000 ransom not met
Lau Tsz-kit, 24, locked up for 16 months after saying he would drown or chop up the poodle if payment failed to materialise quickly.
China document leak shows flawed pandemic response
An unprecedented leak of internal Chinese documents reveals how the country mishandled the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic.
Customs seizes 75kg of endangered seahorses in biggest haul in two years
Some 25kg of the dried seafood was airmailed into Hong Kong from Indonesia via Shenzhen, while another 50kg was seized from a flat in Tuen Mun.
Fired cybersecurity chief hints at legal action after Trump campaign lawyer said he should be shot
"I've got an exceptional team of lawyers that win in court, and I think they're probably going to be busy,” he said.
Britain’s foreign secretary is no friend to Hong Kong and the rule of law
If Dominic Raab is genuinely concerned about the national security law for Hong Kong, he should be encouraging British judges to remain on the city’s Court of Final Appeal so th...
Fired director of U.S. cyber agency Chris Krebs explains why he says vote was "most secure”
Chris Krebs, a lifelong Republican, was put in charge of the agency handling election security by President Trump two years ago. When Krebs said the 2020 election was the countr...
Hong Kong Family’s $3 Billion Buyout Windfall Keeps Paying Off
Nine months ago, Douglas Woo sparked a $3.2 billion overnight surge in his family’s wealth by unveiling plans to take the centerpiece of their Hong Kong property empire private.
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