A 'pole of shame' or a simple plaque should be placed at the airport to commemorate the 49 workers who died building the site and the route to it, a lobby group says.
A book about the British Empire may seem politically incorrect in Hong Kong now, given the push to rediscover the SAR's Chinese identity. But it surely makes fascinating reading.
For thousands of years, people have painted or scarred their bodies with fantastic and frightening patterns for all sorts of tribal rituals from dancing to getting married, from making war to...
A falling number of students applying to study sciences at university has prompted the largest private source of research cash to consider supporting school science.
According to Roda Mushkat: 'The Bill of Rights Ordinance is fully consistent with the Joint Declaration and the Basic Law.
Shoppers need better protection against high charges for using 'smart' cash cards or retailers who agree among themselves to refuse certain cards, the Consumer Council warns.
A three-month-old girl whose foot was severed when her father allegedly went berserk with a chopper faces years of surgery, doctors said yesterday.
Wong Ying-ying endured a 71/2-hour...
Marine patrols will be stepped up under a centralised command centre for both district and vessel traffic patrol boats, the Marine Department has said.
Researchers at Hong Kong University trying to find a Hong Kong super-chicken will expand their techniques to conserve other species, such as endangered animals.
The poor may have got a bit richer, but the rich have got a lot richer . . . and raised their spending more in the past five years, according to figures released yesterday.
One 500-strong club has never been able to invite its patron, Governor Chris Patten, to any functions - because it cannot hold any.
Owners of one of Hong Kong's famous orchid shops in Prince Edward Road, Mongkok, face a possible $5 million fine and two years in jail after one of the biggest seizures ever of endangered wild...