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Three Years On: Stories from Fukushima

12 Mar 2014 Video

It was the biggest earthquake to shake Japan. The SCMP tells the stories of people whose lives were changed forever on March 11, 2011.


INFOGRAPHIC: Malaysia Airlines flight MH370

10 Mar 2014 4 comments

Flight MH370 with 239 people on board vanished from radar on March 8 over the South China Sea near the Vietnam coastline. There were more than 150 Chinese nationals on board. Here, we chart the plane's journey from Kuala Lumpur.


Their Satanic Majesties: The Rolling Stones' entire discography

8 Mar 2014

The Rolling Stones are one of the longest lasting bands in the music industry. On March 9, as part of their worldwide 'On Fire' tour, they will be playing a concert in Macau. Here, we take a comprehensive look at their entire discography.


Deconstructing the Hong Kong Budget

7 Jul 2014 Interactive

Digging into the numbers of the budget and what they represent in real-life Hong Kong.


And the Oscar goes to... Every winner in the history of the Academy Awards

3 Mar 2014 1 comment

We take a look back at the big players in the history of the Academy Awards, including the winners of the 86th Oscars held on March 2 where it honoured the best of 2013. (See full-screen version)


City of anarchy

27 Feb 2014 2 comments

Kowloon Walled City, situated next to the old Hong Kong International Airport, was an incredible megablock of urban/architectural configuration occupying an area of approximately 200 by 150 metres.


Golden Flags: A look back at winners at the Winter Olympics

24 Feb 2014 Interactive

17 days, 88 nations and 98 gold medals: the 22nd Winter Olympics have finally come to an end in Sochi, with Russia and Norway at the top of the medal table. We take a look back at which countries have fared best in the quest for gold since the Winter Olympics began in 1924.


In the long run: Visualising the Hong Kong Marathon results

19 Feb 2014 3 comments Interactive

This year's Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon was won on Sunday morning by Ethiopians Gemeda Feyera and Rehima Kedir. We trace the milestones of the challenge race, the toughest among the event's tilts, from the firing gun to the last second.


What were the targets of U.S. bombs in Hong Kong during World War Two?

8 Feb 2014 Interactive

Hong Kong during World War Two through U.S. armed forces maps


The 2,000 pound AN-M66 US wartime bomb dropped on Hong Kong

10 Feb 2014 Interactive

A 2,000-pound unexploded US wartime bomb was unearthed on a Happy Valley construction site on Thursday, sparking the evacuation of more than 2,000 people from nearby hotels, offices and flats.


Hong Kong burglary map: Major break-ins over the last year

30 Jan 2014

Police have warned Lunar New Year holidaymakers to protect their homes after property and cash valued at more than HK$40 million was stolen in a spate of burglaries at luxury homes in recent months