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Hong Kong parallel-trading protesters who berated a mother and her child in Tuen Mun sentenced

Two people protesting against parallel-goods trading were spared immediate jail sentences for yelling aggressively at a mother and her four-year-old daughter.

19 Oct 2015 - 6:27PM

Two people protesting against parallel-goods trading were spared immediate jail sentences for yelling aggressively at a mother and her four-year-old daughter.

Hong Kong parallel-trading protesters who berated a mother and her child in Tuen Mun sentenced
Explore every avenue: Re-open TST promenade until "real" consultations with public are held, Hong Kong activists demand
Hong Kong visitor numbers up 15.4 per cent on first day of golden week even as retailers complain
Going down swinging: University of Hong Kong's Johannes Chan decries political interference and wants reasons after appointment defeat

Defeated pro-vice-chancellor candidate Professor Johannes Chan Man-mun took to the air waves today, blaming political interference for his failed appointment and urging accountability over confidentiality as the conflict-riddled university goes forward and a legal challenge is contemplated.

1 Oct 2015 - 11:17AM

Defeated pro-vice-chancellor candidate Professor Johannes Chan Man-mun took to the air waves today, blaming political interference for his failed appointment and urging accountability over confidentiality as the conflict-riddled university goes forward and a legal challenge is contemplated.

Going down swinging: University of Hong Kong's Johannes Chan decries political interference and wants reasons after appointment defeat
Volunteer 'Hong Kong Pals' help tourists get most from the city
Hongkongers aim to save HK$2.4 million each on average, survey says

Hongkongers have a savings target of HK$2.4 million each on average, with almost a third of those who reached their goal achieving it by returns made from property investment, a survey said.

25 Aug 2015 - 12:01AM

Hongkongers have a savings target of HK$2.4 million each on average, with almost a third of those who reached their goal achieving it by returns made from property investment, a survey said.

Hongkongers aim to save HK$2.4 million each on average, survey says
After Tianjin explosion, Hong Kong fire official says city is prepared for a chemical disaster
Hongkongers ‘too fixated on smartphones to give up seats to needy on public transport’, half of poll respondents say

Passengers on Hong Kong public transport don’t give up their seats to people in need because they are too fixated on their smartphones, more than half of the respondents to a survey said.

20 Aug 2015 - 8:53PM

Passengers on Hong Kong public transport don’t give up their seats to people in need because they are too fixated on their smartphones, more than half of the respondents to a survey said.

Hongkongers ‘too fixated on smartphones to give up seats to needy on public transport’, half of poll respondents say
Hong Kong 3D printing gallery opens as city's top official repeats hopes for innovation and technology bureau
South Korea touts deep travel discounts for Hongkongers following deadly Mers outbreak there
Main contractors 'have responsibility to make things right' for lead-in-water scare at Hong Kong public housing estates

The main building contractors behind three Hong Kong public housing estates at the centre of a lead-in-water scare would be held responsible for the affair, the government said.

20 Jun 2018 - 4:41PM

The main building contractors behind three Hong Kong public housing estates at the centre of a lead-in-water scare would be held responsible for the affair, the government said.

Main contractors 'have responsibility to make things right' for lead-in-water scare at Hong Kong public housing estates