For John Lee, the Hong Kong story is about reopening for business. For ordinary folks, it’s about rising taxi, bus, ferry fares and power bills – and how little the government is doing about it.
Hong Kong’s civil service chief said over 11,000 people have booked their booster shots that protect against both the highly-infectious Omicron variant and the original Covid strain, with the jabs available in the city starting Thursday.
Foreign Secretary James Cleverly tweeted: ‘Media freedom and freedom to protest must be respected. No country is exempt’
The BBC said on Sunday one of its journalists in China had been arrested and beaten by police while covering protests against the country's zero-Covid policy.
Business leaders in the north of England are warning rail services could "collapse into utter chaos" by January unless the government takes action.
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Air passenger demand is likely to double globally over the next 20 years, with Asia-Pacific and the Middle East accounting for 58 percent of the volume, according to a report by Airports Council International.
Attention is turning to Taiwan’s next presidential election in 2024 after the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) was thrashed at local elections on Saturday, with President Tsai Ing-wen’s move to focus on China backfiring with vot...
Fine particle air pollution led to 238,000 premature deaths in the European Union in 2020, the bloc's environmental watchdog said Thursday – a slight rise from the previous year.
Sam Bankman-Fried's younger brother threw cocktail parties for DC's biggest politicians in the multimillion dollar townhouse prior to FTX's collapse.
Over 70 percent of Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education examination takers felt their oral English has worsened due to fewer opportunities to practice their speaking skills under social distancing measures during the almost three-yea...
Police receive call from HKU at around 6pm reporting two ‘suspicious’ people putting up posters near university’s railway station paying tribute to 10 people who died in fire in Urumqi last Thursday.
A survey shows that over half of Hong Kong high school students are troubled with extra study tasks over two hours every day due to the affected curriculum amid the Covid pandemic. About 70 percent of them were not confident about the up...
Chief Executive John Lee Ka-chiu confirmed today he had returned to the office after testing negative for Covid for two continuous days.
There are claims fire engines were blocked by pandemic control barriers or by cars stranded after their owners were put in quarantine.
China is the only major country still fighting COVID with lockdowns and mass testing but, after living with extreme restrictions for months, many citizens have had enough.