Forget the tinsel and glittering baubles, tins of food are the Christmas decoration this year at one shopping mall - 24,000 of them.
Buyers are cashing in on collectable banknotes marking the centenary of the Bank of China, some selling HK$100 bills they bought for HK$150 at prices of HK$500 each and more.
Developers are rushing to release eight new residential projects this month to catch up on revenue after a five-month sales halt caused by cooling measures announced last year.
Blue-chip developers Sino Land and Henderson Land have separately announced plans for marketing residential properties.
Developers of two major luxury housing projects are battling for buyers by rolling out more units after strong sales over the weekend.
Literary and visual art exhibition and charity sale featuring paired works by 20 visual artists (including Clementine Chan Yee-man, Hung Hoi's City Landscape, left, Elise Lai Yuen-shan and Wong...
More than 65,000 more mainlanders flocked to Hong Kong during the National Day 'golden week' holiday than a year ago, helping to boost sales at many shopping malls.
About 150 works by more than 40 photographers, including Mak Fung's Hong Kong Garden, Central (above), illustrate local art photography development over the past 60 years.
With the entire city in the grip of Olympic fever, a host of activities have been organised for the public to enjoy the action and excitement of the opening day and all the events that will...
Average transaction prices in Hong Kong's secondary property market dropped for the fifth consecutive week last week despite a rebound in the number of transactions to more than 400 units,...