Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying says the government will spend HK$1 billion a year turning Hong Kong into a "city of lifts" to remove barriers for elderly and disabled people.
Hong Kong's homes were less affordable last year than at any time since an annual study began, with the average family having to spend more than 11 times their annual income to get on the housing...
Material for course must be objective
The government-funded national-education teaching handbooks and exchange groups have proved controversial.
Like it or not, C.Y. is chief executive
I watched live on television last week part of the resumed second reading of the Companies Bill in the Legislative Council chamber. I was...
Few local comic artists would claim to have great career prospects. Comics always have been considered a subculture in Hong Kong, with talented devotees rarely getting the chance to publish their...
Police turn blind eye to bar smokers
My son is visiting Hong Kong from Colombia where he normally lives.
Silence not proving golden for C.Y. as the real handover starts
Let your past make you better, not bitter
Minor law changes can curb smokers
I refer to the letter by Tai Wai bar owner P. A. Crush ('It would not be feasible to make bar owners responsible for illegal smokers', June 27)....
Ignorance rife over alcohol risks
Some political heavyweights have stopped short of giving full support to Leung Chun-ying and told the public they will have to wait and see what the future brings.
Dog-free estates are wrong
In Hong Kong the rights of dog lovers are being trampled on. 'Dog-free' residential estates are allowed, supported by regulations that should have been...