Ezra Cheung
Hong Kong
Reporter, Hong Kong
Ezra Cheung is a reporter with an interest in environmental issues. His work has been seen in NBC News, Nikkei Asia, The New York Times and CNN, among others. He graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University.

‘I have to stop. If not, I may get addicted to it,’ says Sherra Ho, 66, after taking part in a Cantonese opera ‘battle’ with help of technology at Gerotech and Innovation Expo.


Chinese University study finds most of life expectancy gained between 2007 and 2020 spent with disabilities, and proportion spent in good health substantially lower in older women than in older men.

MTR Corp says it carried out deep cleaning on Airport Express train after passenger’s report of what was claimed to be bedbug, but no similar insects found.

Police receive complaint alleging 14-year-old female student from secondary school in Tin Shui Wai sexually harassed during visit to mainland in April, force spokesman says.

Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office condemns US bipartisan proposal to sanction city officials and says such actions will inspire greater unity among society.

Secretary for Development Bernadette Linn assures public any relaxation of rules will not mean halt in pursuing people suspected of major building law breaches.

Changes include cutting council from 55 members to 34, lowering its proportion of academic councillors and increasing voting threshold for approving president.

Unauthorised party made ‘countless attempts’ to guess registered email addresses of account holders and ‘by chance’ found 7,249, department says.