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Watch this | 'Freedoms well preserved in HK National Security Law': Law Professor

"Hong Kong National Security Law does distinguish between actions and words. In that sense, freedoms of expression as well as other freedoms are very well preserved," says Jiangyu Wang, Professor of Law from City University of HK, and Director of Center for Chinese and Comparative Law.

OMG | Amazing and creative art ideas in China

How many ways can you learn to paint? In addition to using pen and paper, what other creative ways can you think of? Like glow-in-the-dark painting, glass bottle painting, and paper etching, you can draw without even using a pen or a brush.

OMG | Chinese graffiti art: Saddle up and pursue dreams

In recent years, more and more young people have passions for graffiti.

Smart Talk | Dialogue with Grenville Cross & Oscar Kwok: Is National Security Law the perfect solution to settle unrest?

Many people from all walks of life in Hong Kong show warm welcome to the enactment of National Security Law because it has the potential to restore peace, stability and prosperity to the city.

OMG | Chinese construction worker becomes a self-taught gymnast

Xiaowei is an ordinary worker at construction sites.

OMG | The amazing Chinese 'swordsman': Post-90s’ Kung Fu dream

It has always been the dream of post-90s Chinese children to wear a white robe, soar in the sky and wield a sword as a swordsman.

OMG | Most lovely hairstylist in China: Giving free haircuts to elderly people in countryside

The "countryside hairstylist", Daqing, gave free haircuts to more than 300 elderly people in rural areas, and took the photos for them.

Exclusive | Where is my home? Interview with refugees in HK

"So many people have been trapped here for 20 years," said Ciara, a 15-year-old Nigerian refugee who has been in Hong Kong for seven years.

OMG | Modern Chinese ink wash painting: The beauty of tears

Traditional ink wash painting or "Shui Mo Hua" is a type of brush painting that uses both water and black ink. Emerging in the Tang dynasty in China (618–907), it really flourished later in the Song dynasty (960–1279). This special drawing technique is created by dipping a brush into ink, then submerging it in water before painting it onto a canvas of paper.

OMG | Hidden gem in China: Most splendid autumn scenery at a glance

Autumn is an enchanting season and a wonder birthed by nature.

OMG | Chinese youngest hairstylist shows fashionable hair cutting skills

The 7-year-old "hairstylist", Tutu is very popular on the Internet, and a lot of his online followers have left comments praising his fashionable designs of styles.

Smart Talk | Grenville Cross & Oscar Kwok clarify balance of powers: Is judicial reform the only way out?

There has been a heated debate recently over the topic whether Hong Kong has separation of powers, and some people have raised questions about judicial independence and justice of sentencing.

OMG | Chinese painter turns real cities into his cartoon

This is Xie Jianping's fifth year creating Yiwa, his unique cartoon characters.

OMG | Amazing! Spectacular night views of Chinese Cities

The night is always full of charm and pleasure, and there is no greater happiness than being enjoy the beautiful scenery and spend a wonderful night with the loved ones.

OMG | Hidden gem in China: Magnificent mountains and rivers at a glance

China has so many rivers and mountains to visit. Foreign visitors making their first trip to China usually stick to modern cities.
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