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Five arrested in Hong Kong over children's books
Hong Kong police arrested five people on Thursday on sedition charges, saying that children's books they had published were aimed at inciting hatred towards the city's government.
Covid-19 will become as common as flu
Government pandemic adviser Yuen Kwok-yung said coronavirus will become as common as flu and everybody will be infected someday.
Australia’s anti-lockdown protesters slammed as Sydney’s outbreak grows
Australia’s anti-lockdown protesters have been slammed amid fears they may have fuelled the spread of Covid-19.
Hong Kong’s next airport antibody test phase ‘delayed by rise in Delta cases’
Tests that will offer shorter quarantine for travellers arriving from places such as US, Canada, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan delayed by two weeks as city anxious to protect stre...
Why worker loyalty is at a breaking point
People are no longer prepared to return to pre-pandemic ways of working. If pressed to do so, many may choose to quit instead.
Lam Siu-hang enters second round of table tennis men's single
Hong Kong's Lam Siu-hang entered the second round of table tennis men's single after playing a tough match against Brian Afanador from Puerto Rico at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium.
Google co-founder Larry Page reportedly hiding out in Fiji
The reclusive billionaire and Google co-founder has stayed mostly on the heart-shaped Tavarua island in Fiji.
Fauci: US might 'still have polio' if media back then opposed vaccine
Top US scientist Anthony Fauci on Saturday blasted commentators who sound an anti-vaccination theme, saying America might still be battling smallpox and polio if today's kind of...
Teenage boy's bedroom ideas that they are sure to approve of
We've rounded up all the cool teenage boy's bedroom ideas you need to give your kid's bedroom a refresh
Stay Ahead of the Fashion Curve and Start Planning (and Shopping) For Fall
The early bird gets the best-dressed award, or however that saying goes.
NSO’s Pegasus is not the problem. The problem is the backdoor in IOS and Android.
NSO sells its spyware software services to countries which buy most of their military weapons from the massive arms industries of the liberal Western democracies, such as the Un...
Forget herd immunity, better to prepare to live with Covid-19
Fast-spreading variants that render vaccines less effective have changed the game, say experts
Vatican Discloses Property Portfolio For First Time Ahead Of Fraud Trial
The 2020 budget showed that the Administration of the Patrimony of the Holy See owns 4,051 properties in Italy and some 1,120 properties in London, Paris, Geneva and Lausanne.
AstraZeneca Scours Supply Chain For More Vaccine Doses For Southeast Asia, Thailand
The statement from the Anglo-Swedish company comes in the wake of a supply shortage which has sparked heavy criticism of Thai Premier Prayut Chan-O-Cha's administration.
Influencer dies from 160-foot fall while recording social media video
A 23-year-old woman has apparently become the second social media star in China to plunge to her death in recent weeks while recording herself on camera.
Air Quality Health Index may reach "serious" level due to pollution
It is expected that the Air Quality Health Index at some general and roadside air quality monitoring stations may reach the "serious" level later today, according to the Environ...
Wartime grenade found in Quarry Bay
A wartime grenade was found near Mount Parker Road in Quarry Bay this afternoon.
China Braces For Typhoon In-Fa As It Cleans Up Flood Damage
Typhoon In-Fa is forecast to make landfall late Sunday in the eastern coastal province of Zhejiang near Shanghai, according to the official Xinhua news agency.
Table tennis, badminton players in strong start for Hong Kong
Fencer Vivian Kong is unable to challenge for a podium place while gymnast Stone Shek suffers an ankle injury during his second vault.
Vivian Kong defeated in fencing quarter final
Hong Kong's Vivian Kong Man-wai was defeated by Aizanat Murtazaeva from Russia in the quarter final of the women's épée individual.
Taiwan’s president thanks Japan after name slip at Olympics opening ceremony
Television presenter causes heated debate after using disputed name during opening ceremony broadcast, prompting happiness from President Tsai Ing-wen and outrage from Chinese s...
Philippines Evacuates Thousands As Monsoon Rains Flood Capital Manila
Philippines Rain: 15,000 people, most of them from a flood-prone Manila suburb, have been moved into evacuation centres.
Hong Kong-based Billionaire granted permission to build eight-storey private palace overlooking park
A billionaire has been given permission to build an eight-storey private palace overlooking Hyde Park.
There is enough land for development, says Paul Chan
There is enough land for development and the government will do its best to increase land supply and build more public rental housing estates, said financial secretary Paul Chan...
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