My look is not appealing, but … my breasts are my evidence as a mother
Professor Ai Xiaoming on her topless protest against child molesters
I feel bad that Japan is trying...
Civic Party lawmaker Ronny Tong Ka-wah apologised yesterday for declaring his shareholdings in companies eight years late, in defiance of Legislative Council rules.
John Swaine, QC, SC, one of the city's most senior barristers and a former Legislative Council president, died on Tuesday. He was 80.
It is not Legco's job to regulate the banks. Our job is to regulate the government
Civic Party lawmaker Ronny Tong Ka-wah
No one knew who I was. It was pretty good to...
The pan-democratic camp should cast aside its role as a mere opposition and embrace a 'ruling mentality' if it is to offer a suitable candidate to be the first chief executive elected by universal...
I represent transparency and light. Everyone knows me. The [Muslim] Brotherhood represents darkness and secrets
Egyptian presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq
After years of calling for a competition law, lawmaker Ronny Tong Ka-wah has appealed to fellow pan-democrats not to miss a crucial legislative session on Saturday.
Angry internet users who want the amended copyright law scrapped because it could leave parodists facing criminal prosecution may see the controversial bill pass unscathed next month.
The rift between Civic Party lawmaker Ronny Tong Ka-wah and the party he co-founded is widening with his displeasure over its handling of amendments to the copyright ordinance.
Pan-democrat lawmakers are considering moving an amendment to have a competition bill cover all statutory bodies, after most were excluded under the proposed law.
The government risks losing the support of pan-democratic lawmakers for its embattled competition bill after yesterday announcing concessions to make the proposed legislation more acceptable to...
The alumni of Queen's College are split over the decision to join the voluntary class reduction scheme launched by the Education Bureau last year. King's College alumni have already voiced...