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China completes three-month manned mission, as three astronauts return to Earth safely

Three Chinese astronauts, the first sent to orbit for space station construction, have completed their three-month mission and returned to Earth safely on Friday (Sept.  17).

EyE on U | Alice Mak: Time for govt to review ordinances to increase land supply

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Hong Kong lawmaker Alice Mak Mei-kuen from the Federation of Trade Unions, to talk about her Private Member's Bill to amend the Protection of the Harbour Ordinance.

Chinese medicine committee meets to discuss latest development initiatives

The fifth-term Chinese Medicine Development Committee held its first meeting Thursday (Sept. 16) to discuss the latest progress of various initiatives relating to the development of Chinese medicine.

Photos | Lantern displays enliven HK parks to mark Mid-Autumn Festival

Mid-Autumn lantern decorations will be displayed at Victoria Park, Sha Tin Park and Tin Shui Wai Park from Sept. 17 to 22, the Leisure & Cultural Services Department announced on Thursday (Sept. 16).

Opinion | For China, Australia is a big puzzle

Of all the countries in the world, Australia is one that puzzles China: Australia is a big and beautiful country. The Australian people that we know of in Hong Kong are friendly, passionate, and well-informed. The former prime minister Kevin Rudd, a great statesman in the making is one of these global citizens, who can contribute to world peace by building international relations, but some how he was eased out. And, then we have Jason Wordie and many more talented Australians living and working in Hong Kong, Macau (SAR) or mainland China.

National security seminar held for HK civil service

The Civil Service Bureau on Thursday (Sept. 16) held a seminar on the topic of national security, the National Security Law and improving the electoral system.

HK: 18 building plans approved in July

The Buildings Department approved 18 building plans in July - seven on Hong Kong Island, four in Kowloon and seven in the New Territories.

Zoo-minar | Arrests of Alliance members justified and lawful

The Vice-Chairman of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, Chow Hang-tung, and several members of its Standing Committee were arrested by the police on September 8. Why were they arrested? Were the law enforcement actions justified? Is the Alliance really "pursuing democracy"? Watch the video to see what Fuss the fox says about this.

HK: Original ID required for voting in EC elections

Hong Kong's electors are reminded to bring their original Hong Kong identity card (HKID) to cast their votes in the 2021 Election Committee Subsector Ordinary Elections on Sunday (Sept. 19).

Govt: 7 District Councillors disqualified for invalid oaths

Seven out of the 24 oaths taken for four district councils on September 10 are confirmed to be invalid, the Home Affairs Bureau announced Wednesday (Sept. 15).

8.24 mn vaccine jabs administered in HK

As of Wednesday (Sept. 15), about 8,247,600 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered to the public, with about 4,367,400 people receiving their first dose and around 3,880,200 getting their second dose.

12 people sentenced for illegal assembly in HKSAR

The district court in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Wednesday (Sept. 14) sentenced 12 former lawmakers and activists to terms of up to 10 months in jail on illegal assembly charges.

HK ranked as world's freest economy again

The Hong Kong government on Tuesday (Sept. 15) welcomed the Fraser Institute's ranking of the city as the world's freest economy, saying the decision affirms the city's long-standing and steadfast commitment to building a free economy with a level playing field.

Opinion | Is China rejecting English and turning inward?

I read the front-page article with a heavy heart, in much the same panic way that the Americans were running away from the Twin Towers for an emergency exit…

Carrie Lam: Govt restructuring plan to be submitted to next term of LegCo

Chief Executive Carrie Lam said on Tuesday (Sept. 14) that her plan to restructure the government will be submitted to the next term of LegCo for discussion.
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