Lunar New Year in Chinese culture is suffused with custom and ritual – so much so that David Vetter has run into trouble more than once: Hong Kong singer and actress Lung Siu-Kwan gives him a quick refresher on the key traditions
Hong Kong has close ties to Scotland including its own Aberdeen, streets named after Scottish colonials and hiking trails named after governors
Santa is facing a spot of bother in Christmas 2019, as Elon Musk has nabbed his electric flying sleigh idea, and children write asking not for toys, but for world peace and sustainable fuel.
The Korean American actor talks equality in Hollywood, rapid weight loss and why he’d love to work with Hong Kong superstar Donnie Yen
The Chinese company wanted to create a smartphone ‘without considering the costs and return’ – which resulted in a $2,800 handset with bezel-less display and longer battery life
Luxury brands are turning to cutting-edge tech to ensure their customers are getting true authenticity, so where does blockchain fit in?
Koenigsegg Automotive’s CEO is a visionary who builds cars for the future, worries about the planet and would like to have met Isaac Newton
New World Development changed its plan following a public awareness campaign and representations from government departments.
The size of a football pitch, Tuen Mun Park was designed with children in mind, and unlike some other city parks, it isn’t in the least bit dull.
Almost 45 per cent of population live in public housing, but with city’s notorious lack of land, sky-high property prices and long waiting periods for rental homes for those with low income, relief not likely to be soon.
Four centres run by French Chamber Foundation aim to help unemployed people and low-income workers find new jobs and improve their lives.
City’s red-hot property prices may be cooling down but there’s no relief in sight for rents as demand is still strong.
From the lows of having her Macau show cancelled, mezzo soprano Rose Winebrenner is back performing again and credits one of Hong Kong’s most laid-back places with her artistic rebirth.
Global NGO’s efforts centre on providing visits and free home improvement services for needy in Hong Kong, where ‘everyone deserves a decent place to live’.
4,000 to 5,000 embryo implants done each year, with couples prepared to pay up to HK$200,000 to have a baby.
An in-depth look at the sources of harmful gases and particles that are choking the city.
Twenty major firms have signed up for first initiative of its kind in city, based on research showing population segment face widespread job challenges.
As equality watchdog weighs taking the case to the Department of Justice for prosecution, the company says its request needs to comply with law in Ireland, where the data is held.
Best known for her work with chimpanzees, renowned animal expert and activist says hope for planet lies in educating young to be stewards.
Vehicle ownership increasing seven times faster than population, with buyers undeterred by exorbitant costs of parking space.
Shirley Choi harnesses the power of mobile technology to revolutionise the way children learn about a subject close to her heart.
Five weeks of events raise discussion of recent legal milestones and progress made to pave way for spousal rights of same-sex partners.
Four Seasons Hotel, Shangri-La Group, Conrad Hong Kong and Star Ferry Company some of the big names promising to put pressure on other businesses.
From haunted buildings that legend has it were once military brothels or mental institutions to foreboding abandoned villages and sites of ghostly visitations, there are plenty of spots to get terrified in Hong Kong
Hong Kong describes itself as Asia’s World City, but charity’s social media movement shows attitudes to race are mired in the past
Modest piece of plastic due for next microchip renewal at annual recurring cost of HK$84 billion from 2019 onwards.
Attitudes to nature have changed, conservation worker Paul Crow says, and the whole city seems to have embraced an increasing biodiversity.
A tour of local schools featuring those who see illegal poaching and its effects up close in Africa could help reduce the demand endangering the species.
Taiwanese Maria Kiang had Hollywood dreams but a career detour to explore her roots landed her in the ancient Chinese fine art business.
Jacqui Green is a household name on Lantau Island, and among the city’s animal welfare community, Now she’s heading back to Britain and hopes the government is finally listening to calls for a law protecting pets.