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6 Sustainable Straw Bags to Shop
From the beach to the street, a straw handbag feels like the perfect choice.
Almost 4,000 applied for Canada's exit plans for Hongkongers
Almost 4,000 Hongkongers have made applications after Canada introduced new policies to facilitate their emigration to the country.
Hong Kong exporters risk missing Christmas peak amid supply chain crisis
Small and medium-sized enterprises, desperate for containers and facing rising transport costs, worry customers will cancel orders.
Carrie Lam to resume CE duties on Monday
Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor will resume duties as Hong Kong's Chief Executive on Monday, a week after she fractured her right elbow at the Government House.
Hong Kong ‘likely’ to give out seasonal flu, Covid-19 shots at same time
Professor David Hui says expert panel expected to meet on Wednesday to discuss whether booster shots should be given to Covid-19 vaccine recipients.
Hong Kong police seize 4 speedboats amid sea smuggling crackdown
Modified boats, souped-up engines worth more than HK$4 million found during police raid on storage site.
Top government adviser defends proposed legal aid ban on lawyer choice
Ronny Wong insists choice was never the ‘sole consideration’ under lawyer allocation system, but critics say the right to pick your own representation is enshrined Hong Kong’s B...
Hong Kong authorities arrest driver over load of 17,000 hairy crabs
The contraband crustaceans allegedly lacked the necessary documentation for being imported into the city.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam to return to work on Monday after injury
Lam says in a Facebook post that she will resume her official duties seven days after fracturing her elbow in a fall at her residence, though she notes she still faces a long ro...
Jobs market recovery slowing, disparities need fixing: Hong Kong finance chief
Paul Chan says unbalanced economy is ‘major problem’ with significant wealth disparities across sectors damaging people’s sense of belonging.
Obama accuses Republicans of trying to ‘RIG’ elections by passing laws requiring voters to show ID that prevents double votings, non citizens voting, fake voting and counting people who never voted as voters
Barack Obama has accused Republicans of trying to ‘rig’ elections by passing state voter ID laws – an ironic claim for an ex-president who blasted successor Donald Trump for sug...
Hong Kong to add estimated 2,000 quarantine hotel rooms ahead of Christmas holidays
Authorities plan to ramp up the number of designated quarantine hotel rooms in the city by 20% ahead of what is expected to be a busy Christmas holiday season, a key industry pl...
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