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Restaurants urge Hong Kong to ease rules if vaccine passport scheme goes ahead
With a vaccine passport scheme in place, many of the existing restrictions restaurants are forced to abide by will no longer be necessary, representatives argue.
Three houses in Tseng Tau Tsuen were burgled with more than $8,000 in property stolen
Yesterday morning (6/12) three residents of Tseng Tau Tsuen, Sai Kung, woke up to find that they had been burgled during the night.
Top Beijing diplomat in Hong Kong urges US businesses to cooperate with China
With tensions between US and China running high, Liu Guangyuan urges conference participants to ‘contribute more positive energy’ to the countries’ relations.
Comments on "Human Intelligence in a Digital Age" - A brilliant Speech by MI6 Chief Richard Moore, and the neglected elephants in the room
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Justified compliments about Mr. Moore's speech have been spread extensively and appropriately in the pages of many newspapers, but I would like to remark on precisely what I thi...
Hong Kong cancer survivors’ road to recovery hampered by distress
Sleep disturbance, anxiety and depressive symptoms among problems faced by patients, HKU Jockey Club Institute of Cancer Care survey finds.
‘Zero-Covid’ strategy won’t work, says top epidemiologist leaving Hong Kong
Returning to the US this month, Professor Keiji Fukuda says banning travellers from entering the city is no long-term strategy to fight virus, new variants.
What is Hong Kong’s new health code and will it track users’ data?
Hong Kong residents with plans to cross the border can apply for new health code from December 10 and upload their visitation records from the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app.
Tough travel rules ensure no Asian cities in top 10 tourist destinations
Paris and other European cities dominate the list compiled by Euromonitor International, owing to their more relaxed travel policies amid the pandemic.
Democrats' new minimum tax would target Facebook, Amazon, analysis shows
At least 70 of the largest companies in the U.S. could see higher tax bills under a new minimum levy that President Biden has endorsed in order to help fund his sweeping Build B...
US announces diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics
The potential for further diplomatic boycotts hangs over the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing weeks ahead of the opening ceremonies.
Starbucks CEO says unionization would go against 'direct relationship' with employees
Kevin Johnson said union could make company less agile in responding to its workforce
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