More than 30,000 gather in support of Hong Kong officers jailed for beating up Occupy protester

Why the Hong Kong government has so much money saved up

Melbourne’s coffee craft comes to Hong Kong

Former Hong Kong leader Donald Tsang in custody

More than 30,000 gather in support of Hong Kong officers jailed for beating up Occupy protester

February 22, 2017

Hong Kong witnessed one of the most significant mass demonstrations in its history last night when 33,000 serving and former police officers held a show of support for colleagues who were jailed for assaulting an activist during the 2014 Occupy protests.

Why the Hong Kong government has so much money saved up

February 20, 2017

Hong Kong governments have always had a conservative approach to saving public money. And with years of budget surpluses, the city's fiscal reserves have ballooned. But with a new finance minister in place, and a change of government later this year, we might see a change in that philosophy.

What will the government do with the city’s cash this year? Stay tuned to the Post’s coverage of the annual budget.

Melbourne’s coffee craft comes to Hong Kong

February 20, 2017

After learning the craft of coffee roasting in Melbourne, Ambrose Peter Law has opened a small-scale coffee roastery in Kwai Fong. He explains the process behind roasting coffee beans and how he sources coffee from growers in Latin America. Step inside the roastery with our Hong Kong craft series.

Former Hong Kong leader Donald Tsang in custody

February 21, 2017

Former leader of Hong Kong Donald Tsang was held in custody on Monday pending sentencing for his corruption conviction over a luxury apartment in mainland China intended for his retirement.