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A Special Guest Crashed Camila Morrone's Holiday Campaign with Coach
Unveiling her latest campaign with Coach, actress Camila Morrone shares her favorite holiday traditions new and old, and tells us about the special guest on the set of her photoshoot.
Quote of the Day
You’ll never be old and wise if you weren’t young and crazy.
Apple won 8 Design Patents in Hong Kong yesterday covering Apple Watch Series 6 and iPhone 12 Cases with MagSafe
Last week Apple was granted design patent in Hong Kong for Retail Express Kiosks and iPhone 12 mini leather Sleeve with MagSafe. Yesterday afternoon the Hong Kong Patent Office ...
Breathtaking aerial shots of Hong Kong
Did you know that Hong Kong is not just a concrete jungle? It actually has more than 260 territorial islands and peninsulas. Let’s enjoy the breathtaking views of Hong Kong from...
US climate envoys ends China trip with little to show
Beijing remains tight-lipped about chances of Xi Jinping joining Joe Biden’s climate summit next week.
Beijing says US 'too negative' toward China
A top Chinese diplomat said Friday that U.S. policy toward China is "too negative" and that cooperation could be critically important as the Biden administration focuses on comb...
Brits in sombre mood in Windsor before funeral
The ceremony will take place on Saturday (April 17) inside the grounds of Windsor Castle, where the couple resided throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Special Report - Macau, a new Hong Kong?
Could Macau be an alternative to Hong Kong as a financial hub? It may seem a far-fetched suggestion, but analysts float the idea of a division of labour between the two SARs in ...
Canada's immigration initiative for Hong Kong residents receives over 500 applications early on
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's special immigration initiative for Hong Kong residents received over 500 applications in its first three weeks, a spokesman for Canada's...
What’s Behind the Attack on The Epoch Times in Hong Kong?—Guo Jun, Head of The Epoch Times Hong Kong
In the early hours of April 12, four intruders wielding sledgehammers and other weapons barged into the printing press of the Hong Kong edition of The Epoch Times.
Exclusive: China's Ant explores ways for Jack Ma to exit as Beijing piles pressure
Ant Group is exploring options for founder Jack Ma to divest his stake in the financial technology giant and give up control, as meetings with Chinese regulators signaled to the...
Photo of hug during pandemic named World Press Photo of the Year
A picture of a hug during the coronavirus pandemic has been named World Press Photo of the Year.
Hong Kong reports 18 new COVID-19 cases
Hong Kong's Center for Health Protection (CHP) reported on Saturday 18 new cases of COVID-19, with the number of untraceable ones the highest in almost five weeks.
Special Report - Learning FinTech beyond Hong Kong
The technological sector associated with finance needs to advance further in Macau, but it should not be dependent on what happens in the neighbouring Special Administrative Reg...
Chinese embassy in US slams statements by Biden, Suga on Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xinjiang
The Chinese Embassy to the United States on Saturday rebuked statements made by US President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga on the situation in Hong Kong, ...
Hongkongers on mainland may be allowed to vote at border polling stations
Ministers also reveal the term for newly empowered Election Committee to last five years, but say they are in the dark over what happens next.
China adjusts its coronavirus strategy. Make that strategies
The poster was not the slickest marketing campaign, but it made its point: “Come Get Your Eggs!!!”
Hong Kong con artist jailed for 1½ years for duping 80 people out of HK$120,000 in mask scam amid Covid-19 pandemic
A 25-year-old con artist has been jailed for 1½ years for duping 80 Hongkongers into paying him a total of HK$120,000 (US$15,500) by falsely claiming he had surgical masks for s...
HK to brace for cold snap in coming days
Temperatures could drop to as low as 18 degrees Celsius in the next few days, the Hong Kong Observatory said.
Hong Kong restaurant industry leaders air privacy concerns over new app
Ray Chui, chairman of Institute of Dining Art, says the software should only show the number of vaccine doses diners had received.
China expresses 'firm opposition' over US, Japan call for free, open Indo-Pacific region
As the US and Japan call for a free and open Indo-Pacific region and along with raising concerns over the gross human rights violations committed by China, Beijing on Saturday e...
US officials may need 2 weeks or more to determine if Johnson & Johnson's vaccine causes rare blood clots
The CDC still might not have enough data to evaluate a blood clot link by its Friday meeting, two senior health officials told Politico.
China's Macau repatriates 93 Indonesian migrant workers
At least 93 Indonesian migrant workers were repatriated by authorities in Macau, China through the Hong Kong International Airport from April 8-15, 2021, the Indonesian Consulat...
'A nicer version of Trump': Ron DeSantis is sized up by GOP donors ahead of potential 2024 presidential bid
DeSantis, who was a congressman before narrowly winning the 2018 Florida gubernatorial race, has quickly become a visible national GOP figure.
Myanmar's Junta Releases 23,000 Prisoners In New Year's Amnesty
Myanmar typically grants an annual amnesty to thousands of prisoners to mark its traditional Buddhist New Year holiday -- which in previous years have been joyous affairs with c...
Is Alibaba's fate a warning to China’s tech giants?
It's been a tough week for Chinese tech firms.
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