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Secrets of HK Cha chaan teng's everlasting popularity

Wandering around each trending shopping district in China, restaurants selling iced lemon tea, pineapple bun, French toast, egg tarts, roast suckling pig, milk tea, and wonton can be found everywhere. Shopping malls and pedestrian streets are crowded with all kinds of Cha chaan tengs.

Watch this | HKU-SZ Hospital's head receives his first jab of COVID vaccine, hoping HK govt plan ahead

Lo Chung-mau, head of the HKU-Shenzhen Hospital, received his first jab of a COVID-19 vaccine at an adult vaccination clinic on Thursday (Jan. 7) in Shenzhen. The whole process, from temperature check, form filling to inoculation, only took around five minutes. Like other healthcare workers, Lo stayed in the observation area for 30 minutes after the vaccination.

Cute and cuddly alerts! First batch of HK-produced customs detector dogs

Due to the epidemic, Hong Kong Customs suspended the introduction of dogs from overseas. However, in 2020, Hong Kong Customs achieved tremendous breakthroughs in its canine profession. The first batch of six HK's self-bred Labrador puppies was born at the new breeding center located at the HK-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Control Point. Interestingly, the initials of their names can join together to form the word "LEGEND".

A Thousand Hamlets | Arts amid pandemic: Colors of hope illuminate grey times

With canceled exhibitions and closed galleries, the art industry has been hit hard by the pandemic. In spite of this, Illuminati Fine Art is presenting Wong Sau Ching’s exhibition "Beyond the Senses" through Jan. 31, 2021, in Central, Hong Kong. The exhibition features 24 pieces of oil paintings by the artist in the past three years, demonstrating his new ways of artistic expression.

Revealing myths behind the glamour of flight attendants

When people think of "flight attendants," the image of slender, well-mannered, soft-spoken "young ladies" comes to mind. In the public's eyes, flight attendants can earn an enviable salary by pushing food carts and seating customers on planes. It's also commonplace to bump into celebrities on airplanes and get up-close and personal with them. However, these "rumors" are just a few examples, and only aviation professionals and their families can understand the hardships and difficulties behind the profession of a flight attendant.

A self-styled 'village supermodel' walks on the international runway

With a plastic bag to do evening dress, take the air conditioning as the satchel, when the music arises, Luxianren's eyes immediately become stern, and the whole person projects a high-wattage aura.

Hong Kong Hustle | Plain-clothes policeman cracks down phone scam targeting mainland students

Police ID? Warrant? Money-laundering? During the epidemic, more and more people are taking online classes or working from home, and this is also the time when scammers start to take advantage of the situation. It is easy for people to get trapped by frequent scam phone calls.

Exclusive | Dialogue with Ex-LegCo president: Does HK need political idols?

Fifteen pan-democratic lawmakers in Hong Kong quit recently over a decision by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPCSC) on the qualification of four members of the Legislative Council (LegCo).

Exclusive | Insights of Regina Ip on Policy Address: How should HK overcome challenges & integrate into Greater Bay Area

Chief Executive of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Carrie Lam delivered the 2020 Policy Address Wednesday (Nov.25). To have a more in-depth discussion on the Policy Address, DotDotNews conducts an exclusive interview with Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee, Chairperson of New People's Party and LegCo Councillor.

Exclusive | Dialogue with Ex-LegCo president: How to define "loyal opposition"?

The Standing Committee of National People's Congress (NPCSC) has announced last Wednesday to adopt a decision that would immediately disqualify Hong Kong's Legislative Council (LegCo) members who endanger national security.

Exclusive | Ronny Tong: Decision to DQ is to preserve integrity of "one country, two systems"

The Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPCSC), China's top legislature,  has announced on last Wednesday voted to adopt a decision that would immediately disqualify Hong Kong's Legislative Council (LegCo) members who endanger national security.

Never too late to 'be myself': 89-year-old grandma becomes video influencer

It's never too late to live your dream. On the Bilibili website, China's largest video streaming platform which was initially famous for its "bullet screen" (viewers' real-time comments popping up across the screen) and animation themes, an 89-year-old grandma called Jiang Minci surprisingly became an influencer.

Dying hostels in HK: A global backpackers' landing spot reveals huge gap between rich & poor

"Surviving is more important than anything," Lau Yin-ming, the vice-president of Hong Kong Guesthouse Association (HKGA) sighed while he cleaned the hostel rooms by himself, as he had no choice but to lay off all his employees in the struggle to make ends meet.

Predicting Japan-China relations, hoping HK to benefit from Greater Bay Area: Former Japan's PM Hatoyama

Former Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama is interviewed by DotDotNews following the launch of his new book in Tokyo on Monday (Nov. 2), in which he looks forward to the future of Japan-China relations and talks about his expectations on the development of the Greater Bay Area.

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.
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