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Business owners go on hunger strike to ask for business resumption
Representatives from the Licensed Bar & Club Association of Hong Kong and the karaoke industry are going on a hunger strike during the Easter holiday, demanding business resumption.
The representatives said they would go on a relay outside the Central Government Complex till Wednesday, demanding to reopen the businesses as well as seeking compensation from the government.
Leung Lap-yan, chairman of the joint association of licensed bars and clubs, said it was unfair for the bars to remain shut while theme parks were allowed to reopen.
He said the bar industry had suspended their services for over 200 days since last April.
Elite Chinese school offers country’s first quantum tech PhD programme
The University of Science and Technology of China’s new programme reflects the government’s focus to increase the number of quantum tech researchers in the country.
South Korea boosts laws after hacker leaks nude videos from smart home devices
Hundreds of apartment buildings across the country were targeted, with compromising footage of residents’ private lives sold on the dark web for bitcoin.
HSBC unveils new Wealth Centre imbued with sustainability, innovation and digital art
HSBC has recently expanded its high-net-worth client service network with the opening of the new HSBC Wealth Centre at K11 ATELIER Victoria Dockside, right in the heart of Tsim ...
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Chinese premier hails creation of Asian-African arbitration centre in Hong Kong
The new centre will ‘provide more convenient and efficient dispute resolution services’ for parties in both regions, Premier Li Keqiang says.
Crypto named Omicron spikes and outperforms Bitcoin amid variant fears
The token came into existence in November and appears to have risen for no other reason than the newly-named COVID strain.
2024 finish for first batch of HK-Shenzhen hub structures
The first batch of eight buildings at the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Innovation and Technology Park is expected to be completed by the end of 2024, acting secretary for innovation and t...
COVID-19, UK: Not our job to enforce mask rules, retailers tell government
Industry bodies fear staff could be placed in harm's way if asked to police renewed rules on face covering and say enforcement should remain the job of the authorities.
COVID-19: British Airways suspends Hong Kong flights as crew forced to quarantine after one member tests positive for coronavirus
The airline apologises to customers for the disruption to their travel plans and is said to be supporting staff now having to quarantine in the former British territory.
Everything You Need to Know: Limewash Paint - A Beginner's Guide + DIY Tutorial for Interior Walls
A beginner’s guide to Limewash for Interiors.
Hong Kong issues arrest warrants for ex-lawmaker, activist over election calls
Anti-graft agency says ex-lawmaker Ted Hui allegedly incited the public to cast blank ballots in the December 19 election and faces four charges.
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