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OMG | Hidden gem in China: Hulunbuir Grassland, a pollution-free fairyland

Hulunbuir Grassland is one of the best pastures in China and is known as the "purest grassland" because there is nearly no pollution.

Center for Refugees in Chungking Mansions burnt down in fire, calling for aid to rebuild

An incident in Christian Action – Centre for Refugees in Chungking Mansions, Hong Kong, was burnt into ruins. The fire was caused by a short circuit in the air conditioner. The center was severely damaged, fortunately no one was injured in the fire.

OMG | Amazing Sugar Painting in China

Sugar painting is a form of traditional Chinese folk art using hot, liquid sugar to create two-dimensional objects on a marble or metal surface. The painter uses sugar as a raw material for modeling, and a spoon and a shovel as the only tool.

Exclusive | Mainland student in HK addresses Gaps, Self-identification & Misunderstandings

During the social unrest sweeping across Hong Kong in 2019, many people were afraid to speak out their different opinions because of the potential hazards. But fortunately, there have been some courageous voices breaking the silence, hoping to build a dialogue platform which bridges the gap between local students in HK and students from mainland China through sincere communication. Zhang Ting, a PhD candidate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), is one of them.

OMG | Chinese folk musician: a song for Chinese doctors fighting pandemic

"Singing is my life and my life is singing, just like other veteran folk artists living in rural areas. Even when they are speaking, you feel like they are singing."  says Zhang Gasong

RIP, Andre Vltchek: A tireless and fearless fighter for the voiceless and powerless

Turkish authorities are investigating the death of an American author and journalist, Andre Vltchek, who died while traveling overnight from the Turkish Black Sea coastal city of Samsun to Istanbul, Turkey's state-run news agency reported Tuesday (Sept. 22).

Lin Lin calls on international community to stop supporting riots in HK

Speaking at a meeting of United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva on international order on Monday (Sept. 21), member of UN Association of China CouncilLin Lin said that the people of Hong Kong were living in misery amid months of violent protests until the enaction of the Hong Kong National Security Law. She called on the international community to stop supporting the violence, "This is 'one country, two systems', not one country and another independent state".

RTHK gets warning over 'biased' programmes

The Communications Authority has issued a warning to RTHK over four episodes of its personal view programme "Pentaprism" that were found to be one-sided and biased against the police.

Police to stop recognising local press passes

The police on Tuesday said they are planning to stop recognising reporters with credentials from local media organisations, saying they will in future only treat journalists as such if they are registered with the government's Information Services Department, or are a member of an internationally-known media group.

270 whales stranded in Tasmania, with up to 90 dead

About 270 whales stranded at Macquarie Harbour on Tasmania’s west coast, at least a third of the whales have died.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday EDT(Sept. 18) at the age of 87.

'Fewer cross-border kids can lead to school closure'

The Federation of Education Workers has warned that there could be class cuts, or even school closures, because of a drop in the number of cross-border students attending Hong Kong schools amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Construction worker found guilty of rioting

A 26-year-old construction worker has been found guilty of rioting and assaulting a police officer during a siege of the police headquarters in Wan Chai on June 26 last year.

'Ocean Park should try to win back local patronage'

A tourism professor said on Thursday that Ocean Park should try out different plans to win back the local patronage now as doing it while operating at 50 percent capacity is easier.

Local Premier League gets confirmation to resume

The Hong Kong Football Association has received official confirmation from the Home Affairs Bureau that its teams will be allowed to resume play in the local Premier League under required hygiene measures.
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