Christmas trees and decorations are going up all over town, the festive season is on the way, and now is the time to share our goodwill with those less fortunate.
It started with popular DJs pulling crazy stunts to attract donations. Then it turned into a multimedia fund-raiser well before the internet age.
15 HK activists head for Diaoyu Islands
Businessman Wong Cho-bau was attacking free speech in Hong Kong at Beijing's behest when he decided to force the new Digital Broadcasting Corporation (DBC) off the air, said DBC co-founder Albert...
Food and Health Secretary Dr Ko Wing-man (pictured) said he was shocked by former development chief Mak Chai-kwong's alleged abuse of a civil service rent subsidy in the 1980s and Mak's subsequent...
Almost every day you read a newspaper article criticising the government even though it only took office at the beginning of the month.
The controversy in Hong Kong over national-education materials published by a pro-Beijing group and criticised by some as biased has caught the attention of the mainland media.
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There will be no public consultation on the controversial restructuring of the cabinet proposed by chief executive-elect Leung Chun-ying, the head of his transition office says.
Young Post's junior reporters took to the airwaves last Sunday to talk about their favourite songs at the top of the charts. They also picked up an array of radio terminology from RTHK's Teen Time...
RTHK did too little to promote its contract employees to full-time civil service positions last year and should cut back on its contract hires, lawmakers said yesterday.
Hong Kong's Young Music Makers
Studio One RTHK
Jan 19, 8pm