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.
China urges US to stop arms sales to Taiwan: spokesperson
China urges the United States to cease arms sales to and military contact with Taiwan, and cancel relevant arms sales plans, to avoid further damages to China-US ties and peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait, a spokesperson with the Foreign Ministry said Thursday (Oct. 22).
Trump to hit Biden's family ties in last debate
US President Donald Trump is expected to come out swinging in Thursday's (Oct. 22) final presidential debate with Democratic rival Joe Biden to try to close a gap in opinion polls before an election 12 days away.
HK, Macao lawyers allowed to practice in 9 cities on mainland
China has started a three-year pilot program to enable law practitioners from Hong Kong and Macao to practice law in nine cities of Guangdong province on the mainland.
Coronavirus | HK reports 11 new cases, tally reaches 5,280
Hong Kong reported 11 new COVID-19 infections on Thursday (Oct. 22), including one local case with no known origin, bringing the overall infection tally to 5,280.
HKSAR govt opposes Germany's reported move on HK suspect
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government on Wednesday (Oct. 21) said that it strongly opposed Germany’s reported decision to grant refugee status to a Hong Kong suspect who was accused of committing serious crimes and had jumped bail.
HK won't interfere in mainland case of 12 fugitives
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government will not request the mainland authorities to return 12 fugitives to Hong Kong before the completion of the legal proceedings in the mainland.
Reporter describes harrowing ordeal in HK airport assault
Global Times journalist Fu Guohao testified in Hong Kong's District Court on Wednesday (Oct. 21) that he was beaten up and zip-tied to a luggage trolley by a large gang of black-clad protesters last year after he was found in possession of an "I support Hong Kong police" T-shirt.
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.
China opens further to foreign investors
China is taking more steps to open up its economy to foreign investors, as it aims to further facilitate investment and spur growth despite disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic and mounting international uncertainties, officials and experts said on Tuesday (Oct. 20).
Cathay to cut 8,500 jobs, axe Dragon subsidiary
Struggling Cathay Pacific has announced that its Cathay Dragon regional subsidiary will stop operating from Wednesday (Oct. 21), while 8,500 staff roles will be cut – about a quarter of the total across the group – as it struggles to survive the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus | HK sees 5 new cases, curbs on weddings, local tours eased
Hong Kong reported five new coronavirus cases on Tuesday (Oct. 20) as the government eased restrictions on local tour groups and wedding celebrations.
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.
HK govt to explore public-private partnership for Lantau Tomorrow Vision
As the government's fiscal reserves continue to fall in company with the fight against COVID-19, the future of Lantau Tomorrow Vision, which is estimated to cost more than HK$600 billion, reemerges as a matter of concern. The Development Bureau has recently suggested the possibility of public-private partnership as a possible option to reduce the burden on public funds.