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'I'd have joined Occupy if it could work', says Exco member Arthur Li

Executive Council member Professor Arthur Li Kwok-cheung said he would have joined the Occupy Central campaign if it could actually force Beijing to allow open elections in the 2017 chief executive race.

Executive Council member Professor Arthur Li Kwok-cheung said he would have joined the Occupy Central campaign if it could actually force Beijing to allow open elections in the 2017 chief executive race.

11 Sep 2014 - 6:34PM
Modern mooncakes and inflatable lanterns 'eroding Mid-Autumn tradition', traders say

As hundreds of revellers gathered at Victoria Park to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival last night, traders voiced fears that inflatable lanterns and 'snowy' mooncakes are eroding tradition.

As hundreds of revellers gathered at Victoria Park to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival last night, traders voiced fears that inflatable lanterns and 'snowy' mooncakes are eroding tradition.

9 Sep 2014 - 9:49AM
Councillors reject cemetery traffic suggestions as 'impractical'

Traffic plans in the area of a proposed 11-storey columbarium at the Cape Collinson cemetery hit a major roadblock yesterday.

Traffic plans in the area of a proposed 11-storey columbarium at the Cape Collinson cemetery hit a major roadblock yesterday.

5 Sep 2014 - 4:25AM
Elderly go hungry to aid homeless children

Some of Hong Kong's oldest and poorest once again proved age is no barrier when it comes to helping those whose needs are greater than their own.

Some of Hong Kong's oldest and poorest once again proved age is no barrier when it comes to helping those whose needs are greater than their own.

3 Sep 2014 - 3:41AM
200 make a cool start to weekend for charity

A group of colleagues yesterday came together to take part in the city's biggest Ice Bucket Challenge yet, as 200 people doused themselves in iced water to help take donations for local motor neurone disease patients to HK$23 million.

A group of colleagues yesterday came together to take part in the city's biggest Ice Bucket Challenge yet, as 200 people doused themselves in iced water to help take donations for local motor neurone disease patients to HK$23 million.

30 Aug 2014 - 5:00AM
Hong Kong universities urged to ban alcohol sales on campus

A hospital group has called for a ban on the sale of alcohol on campuses after its study showed that a fifth of university students had engaged in binge drinking but only 1 per cent admitted they had a drinking problem.

A hospital group has called for a ban on the sale of alcohol on campuses after its study showed that a fifth of university students had engaged in binge drinking but only 1 per cent admitted they had a drinking problem.

29 Aug 2014 - 5:10AM
Parents feeling the pressure as students get ready to start school

So-called helicopter parents are known to put pressure on students, but a new study shows that pressure is mounting on parents, too, ahead of Monday's start of the school year.

So-called helicopter parents are known to put pressure on students, but a new study shows that pressure is mounting on parents, too, ahead of Monday's start of the school year.

28 Aug 2014 - 4:56AM
Ocean Park's new haunted house may just scare the life out of you

Ocean Park says its new haunted house is so scary it will require visitors to sign a disclaimer in case they fall ill or even die of fright after visiting it.

Ocean Park says its new haunted house is so scary it will require visitors to sign a disclaimer in case they fall ill or even die of fright after visiting it.

27 Aug 2014 - 5:49AM
Mainland tourist fined for assault on guide

A mainland tourist who grabbed a female tour guide by the neck has been fined HK$3,000 and ordered to pay HK$1,000 in compensation.

A mainland tourist who grabbed a female tour guide by the neck has been fined HK$3,000 and ordered to pay HK$1,000 in compensation.

14 Jun 2018 - 4:47PM
Hong Kong's only remedy for Ebola is a breast cancer drug

A breast cancer drug is the only possible remedy Hong Kong has for an Ebola outbreak after the city was denied supplies of other drugs being tested against the deadly virus.

A breast cancer drug is the only possible remedy Hong Kong has for an Ebola outbreak after the city was denied supplies of other drugs being tested against the deadly virus.

20 Aug 2014 - 10:36AM
Forecasts for Hong Kong growth downbeat

Analysts are taking a less-optimistic view of Hong Kong's economic prospects in the second half of this year after the government lowered its forecasts.

Analysts are taking a less-optimistic view of Hong Kong's economic prospects in the second half of this year after the government lowered its forecasts.

19 Aug 2014 - 5:48PM
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