HEALTH Where are Hong Kong's flu patients being treated?

Where are Hong Kong's flu patients being treated?

25 Feb 2015

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FILM AWARDS INFOGRAPHIC: Oscar Openings

INFOGRAPHIC: Oscar Openings

24 Feb 2015

As the Oscars conclude for another year, the opening credits of previous Best Picture winners give a unique insight into the aesthetics of each of the 87 years of the award’s history.

INFOGRAPHIC: Year of the Goat

INFOGRAPHIC: Year of the Goat

17 Feb 2015

Counting luminaries from Jane Austen to Chow Yun-fat, Goat people are sensitive and artistic, as well as stubborn, tenacious, determined and sure-footed.

AVIATION INFOGRAPHIC: Non-stop

INFOGRAPHIC: Non-stop

17 Feb 2015

Every year the Lunar New Year festivities mark the largest population movement in the world.

URBANISATION Chasing ghosts: Where is China’s next wave of empty ‘new towns’?

Chasing ghosts: Where is China’s next wave of empty ‘new towns’?

22 Feb 2015 8 comments Interactive

The South China Morning Post's multimedia “ghost town map” offers one perspective on where the new ghost towns may be in the next five years.

INFOGRAPHIC: Marathon effort

INFOGRAPHIC: Marathon effort

24 Jan 2015

More than 73,000 athletes will take to the city’s streets tomorrow for the Hong Kong Marathon. Hong Kong, like almost all major cities, suffers from air pollution.

HONG KONG MARATHON In the long run: Visualising the 2015 Hong Kong Marathon results

In the long run: Visualising the 2015 Hong Kong Marathon results

2 Feb 2015 Interactive

This year’s Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon was won on Sunday morning by Ethiopia’s Sentayehu Merga Ejigu in 2:12:59 (net time), almost 2 minutes better than the best score in 2014.

INFOGRAPHIC: The great divide

INFOGRAPHIC: The great divide

23 Jan 2015

Most of the world has become more unequal in recent years, with the trend set to continue.

POLLUTION INTERACTIVE: China's air pollution in 2014

INTERACTIVE: China's air pollution in 2014

27 Jan 2015 Interactive

Growing air pollution levels in China's cities have been the flip side to these past decades’ economic boom. Through official data collected from the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) website, we take a look at one of the country’s gravest public health hazards.

MILITARY INTERACTIVE: Slow boat to China — the long, troubled journey of the Varyag from the Black Sea to Dalian

INTERACTIVE: Slow boat to China — the long, troubled journey of the Varyag from the Black Sea to Dalian

20 Jan 2015 5 comments Interactive

In this interactive, Joe Lo illustrates the path that the former Soviet aircraft carrier, the Varyag, took to get from Ukraine's Black Sea Shipyard to Dalian in China's Liaoning province, taking more than two years to complete.

HIV/AIDS INFOGRAPHIC: Dead reckoning

INFOGRAPHIC: Dead reckoning

19 Jan 2015

Cardiovascular disease claims three out of 10 people as the world’s leading cause of death. In wealthy countries, seven people in 10 die aged 70 or over, mainly through chronic diseases.