Majority also think US should be world’s sole military superpower, according to poll
Many Hong Kong students help in poverty alleviation schemes around Asia, but few set up their own charity and keep it going, as James Mak and his friends at Project Little Dream have done
Participants in study saw what they thought was their smartphone fall to the floor and break. ‘They were shocked and frozen ... a lot were very stressed,’ says lead researcher at University of Hong Kong
Ben Westcott wonders why he can find meat-free meals in a small town in Australia but not in the urban heart of Hong Kong
Open University photography student, 23, takes top prize in Hong Kong section of 2016 Sony awards with shot of a boy playing on a basketball court in a Kowloon public housing estate.
Once a spot for sailors to pray for safe sea voyages, this temple, now hundreds of metres inland, has stood its ground for over a century and a half.
Chance to sample signature dishes from a dozen restaurants in one place draws hundreds to a chilly Central harbourfront for opening of four-day food fiesta.
Mark Woodward met Lia Romero when he went to New York to study, and Romero's transformation from man to woman is the subject of Woodward’s first solo show in Brooklyn
Internet streaming pioneer Netflix has rolled out its over-the-top (OTT) service in Hong Kong for as low as HK$63 a month hoping to making inroads into the city’s pay TV market.
The excitement over Netflix coming to Hong Kong may be premature, especially if you’re a fan of House of Cards, Walking Dead, or Sherlock
Temperatures in Hong Kong will rise and plunge like a roller coaster over the coming week, as meteorologists predict a cold front to sweep over the city on the weekend before warm weather returns.
Children’s tickets will no longer be available as part of the Hong Kong Sevens public ballot, the Hong Kong Rugby Union announced on Friday morning.