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Opinion | Storm in a tea cup

A controversy is raging in Hong Kong. This time it has nothing to do with politics, sex or money. It has to do with a storm in a cup, over a documentary which chronicles the lives of six students from Ying Wa Girls School.

CE begins visit program in United Arab Emirates

The Chief Executive, Mr. John Lee, started his visit programme in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on February 7 (Abu Dhabi time).

Govt successfully concludes first youth exchange tour to Mainland after full resumption of normal travel

Hong Kong government's first youth exchange activity in the Mainland after the full resumption of normal travel between Hong Kong and the Mainland was successfully concluded today (February 7). The Under Secretary for Home and Youth Affairs, Clarence Leung, and the HYAB team, together with the Vice-Chairman of the Youth Development Commission, Kenneth Leung, led some 30 Hong Kong youth representatives to visit Guangdong Province.

HK's Hang Seng Index opens 0.07 pct lower

Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index dropped 14.8 points, or 0.07 percent, to open at 21,283.9 points on Wednesday.

Local restaurants' revenue rise by 1.6% in fourth quarter of last year, authorities say

The value of total restaurant receipts was provisionally estimated at HK$25.5 billion in the fourth quarter of last year, up 1.6 percent year-on-year, the Census and Statistics Department said today (Feb. 7). However, the provisional estimate of the value of total restaurant receipts for the whole year was HK$86.8 billion, down by 6.4% in value and 9.5% in volume terms.

More than 140,000 travelers arrive in HK as boundary fully reopens

More than 140,000 travelers arrived in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on Monday as the boundary between HK and mainland China fully reopened.

Fatal traffic accident happens in Tsing Yi

A 69-year-old man was killed in a traffic accident today (February 7) in Tsing Yi, which police are investigating.

Commissioner's Office urges politicians of the US, other Western countries to stop interfering in HK's judiciary

The spokesperson for the Commissioner's Office of the Chinese Foreign Ministry in the HKSAR on Tuesday (Feb. 7) strongly disapproved and firmly rejected the irresponsible remarks made by some groups and members of the US Congress concerning HKSAR courts' trial of the Hong Kong 47 case.

Chan Kwok-ki: Govt seeks to scrap cross-boundary health declaration

Acting Chief Executive Chan kwok-ki said Tuesday (Feb. 7) that the government will discuss with the mainland side to streamline or simply cancel the requirement for travelers heading north to declare their health status.

Rugby Sevens set to return to HK after five months

Hong Kong is set to hold the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens from March 31 to April 2, five months after it last held the tournament, Hong Kong Rugby Union announced on Monday.

Interview | China reopens in perfect timing, paving way for great prospects in Sino-African cooperation: Tanzanian envoy

China has reopened its door in perfect timing, which paved the way for cooperation and exchange between the African world and the country, Mbelwa Kairuki, ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania to the People's Republic of China, told DotDotNews in a recent interview.

Eric Chan Kwok-ki: 280,000 people went through immigration yesterday

Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland yesterday (Feb. 6) achieved full cross-boundary travels. The Acting Chief Executive, Chan Kwok-ki, said at a press conference before attending the Executive Council meeting today (Feb. 7), the first day of the cross-boundary operation is smooth, and a total of 280,000 passengers crossed the boundary yesterday, with half of them exiting and half of them entering.

Govt to slowly cancel most testing centers: Acting CE

A testing center contractor revealed that the contract will expire at the end of February. Acting Chief Executive Chan Kwok-ki said today (Feb. 7)  that the government will gradually reduce the number of community testing centers, but will retain some testing centers for contingency, stressing the epidemic is still not over.

Watch This | CE continues visit in Saudi Arabia

The Chief Executive, Mr John Lee, continued his visit to Saudi Arabia on February 6 (Riyadh time).

HK's Hang Seng Index opens 0.31 pct higher

Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index increased by 66.23 points, or 0.31 percent to open at 21,288.39 points on Tuesday (February).
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