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Singapore reports highest single-day rise in COVID-19 cases, cluster of 55 people in… Pfizer offices
Singapore's health ministry reported 1,504 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, the highest since the beginning of the pandemic.
Core member of June 4 vigil group urges members to resist calls to disband
Chow Hang-tung, vice-chairwoman of Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, says disbanding is wrong move.
Hong Kong on right path to success, acting leader says at 1911 revolution event
With ‘patriots’ in office and support of central government, city should be confident in future, Paul Chan says.
Beijing appoints veterans to bolster messaging on Hong Kong policy
Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office establishes two new departments for propaganda and security matters, picks Zeng Jian and Wang Zhenmin to head them.
Hong Kong crypto unicorn eyes US listing amid increased regulatory scrutiny
Founder of Hong Kong cryptocurrency exchange Amber Group said its global presence helps it weather regulatory uncertainty regarding interest-bearing products as crypto adoption picks up.
Hong Kong and Sichuan sign pact for closer economic relationship
Carrie Lam hails bonds forged through 2008 earthquake support, giant panda donation as both governments agree to build deeper ties.
Hotel and wellness retreat planned for Ho Chung village
Town Planning Board considers application for hotel and recreation centre on the fringe of Ho Chung.
HKCEC Introduces First 5G Smart Security Robot Powered By New High-Speed 5G Network
Guests attending or exhibiting at trade shows held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) are going to notice a futuristic presence in their midst: a 5G smart robot combining 5G network and artificial intelligence tech...
HK teenager who tried to snatch police shotgun sentenced to over four years in prison
A 19-year-old Hong Kong student was sentenced on Thursday to four years and nine months in prison on several charges during violent protests in 2019, including trying to snatch a policeman's weapon.
Alipay users can make payments at offline merchants in Hong Kong
Ant Bank has announced that it has launched cross-border payment services for its subsidiary e-wallet Alipay (Macao), so users can pay at offline merchants in Hong Kong.
Mega-Sized International Art Installations by “FriendsWithYou” Are Landing in West Kowloon Cultural District
The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) earlier rolled out a new “Hong Kong Neighbourhoods” – “West Kowloon” programme to encourage the public to rediscover West Kowloon from a new perspective of art and culture.
China Makes Preparations for Evergrande’s Demise
Beijing, reluctant to bail out the country’s most heavily indebted property developer, is asking local officials across the country to prepare for a “possible storm.”
War with China: Are we closer than we think?
Under Investigation has put together a war table of experts to forecast how we participate and ultimately survive if a war comes to fruition between China and the United States.
Thousands of civilians flee Myanmar town after military clash with rebels
Thousands have fled a town in western Myanmar after days of fighting between anti-junta dissidents and the military, during which soldiers bombed civilian homes, according to residents and media. Residents and media say military bombed h...
Around 200 Apple employees "unreasonably” dismissed
Around 200 employees of Apple were unreasonably dismissed by the tech giant without compensation, workers complained.
Two-thirds of Hong Kong students say English classes left them unprepared
The current English-language syllabus is not enough to ready secondary school pupils for further study or the job market, a new survey has found.
Mega exhibitions may move away from Hong Kong
Those in the exhibition and convention industry said they may move mega exhibitions from Hong Kong to other areas with laxer quarantine measures.
National security police arrest fourth member of student activist group
Student Politicism spokeswoman Wong Yuen-lam, 19, arrested in Mong Kok after she surrendered to authorities on Tuesday evening, a police source says.
Walk-in arrangement attracts 930 people
A total of 930 people walked in for Covid-19 vaccinations today (Wed), Secretary for Civil Service Patrick Nip Tak-kuen said.
Hong Kong police bust drug den, arrest 3 during probe into man’s death
Man, 23, was found lying unconscious on podium of residential building in Kwai Chung. The women, who were spotted acting suspiciously, later admitted they knew the victim.
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