Britain has concluded missing Hong Kong bookseller Lee Po was “involuntarily removed” from the city, in “serious breach” of a treaty signed by the UK and China three decades ago.
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Valentine’s Day looks being pivotal in the Premier League title race as the top four teams clash, with leaders Leicester at third-placed Arsenal and second-placed Tottenham at fourth-placed Manchester City. It’s only the sixth time in Premier League history that the top four have played each other on the same day and the title picture could be a lot clearer come Monday. Here’s six questions that could be answered this weekend:
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Scientists have detected gravitational waves for the first time, phenomena first hypothesized by physicist Albert Einstein a century ago.
Google executives have been grilled by British lawmakers about the amount of tax they paid in the country. It follows a public outcry over corporate tax regulations which some say are unfair.
MakerBay, which had its official opening in January, is one of a growing number of makerspaces around the world allowing members of the public to access equipment such as woodworking tools or 3D printers to prototype their ideas.
Colombia's flower industry is in full bloom over Valentine's Day when they export hundreds of millions of flowers around the world.
Fireworks light up the sky as Hong Kong celebrates the Lunar New Year.
INTERACTIVE SPECIAL: One of the world's longest bridges is being built in Hong Kong - what does it look like now and how much will it cost?
When completed, the 42km-long Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge will be one of the longest bridges above water in the world, constructed with the mission to speed up integration of cities in the Pearl River Delta. Will it be worth its staggering cost?
Multimedia special: Can the gambling mecca of Macau find its identity and turn around its flagging fortunes?
Sixteen years after its return to China, Macau is a city at the crossroads. In this South China Morning Post multimedia package, Raquel Carvalho delves into its chequered history, charts its meteoric rise and asks what the future holds.
China announced it would abandon the one-child policy. Reuters photographer Carlos Barria shot these intimate portraits of young Chinese people born since the start of the policy in 1979 and captured their raw thoughts on the prospect of having a sibling.
Tree maintenance has come into sharper focus recently following the government’s controversial decision to cut down four giant century-old banyans in August, and the collapse of a number of trees in recent months that have caused injuries. With experts expressing concern over the health and maintenance of trees citywide, the South China Morning Post has put together an interactive guide to the condition of more than 3,000 trees across Hong Kong, based on the latest data contained in a register originally created by the Development Bureau in 2010. Our map contains information on the health of more than 900 trees included in the register along with 2,700 others deemed "failed" or which were removed and not found on the register.
SCMP.tv interviewed Hongkongers from all walks of life about how the experience of Occupy Central has affected them one year on.