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Behave yourselves, Leung tells tourism workers

Tourism-industry workers should exercise "self-discipline" in upholding the good name of Hong Kong as any new regulatory legislation will take time to come into effect, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said yesterday.

23 Oct 2015 - 2:30AM

Tourism-industry workers should exercise "self-discipline" in upholding the good name of Hong Kong as any new regulatory legislation will take time to come into effect, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said yesterday.

Behave yourselves, Leung tells tourism workers
Three Hong Kong public housing tenants join tainted water probe
Plumbers face blacklist over Hong Kong lead-in-water scare as Carrie Lam defends civil servants' role in scandal
Community democracy: Land policy academic sets his sights on one of Hong Kong's district council seats
Community democracy: Land policy academic sets his sights on one of Hong Kong’s district council seats
Cultural exchange could unite mainland China and Taiwan on Japan war history experience, Hong Kong forum participants say

It is politically unrealistic for the mainland and Taiwan to jointly write an official history of their resistance against Japanese invasion, three academics said on Tuesday at a forum to mark the 70th anniversary of China’s liberation from the island nation during the second world war.

8 Oct 2015 - 6:03AM

It is politically unrealistic for the mainland and Taiwan to jointly write an official history of their resistance against Japanese invasion, three academics said on Tuesday at a forum to mark the 70th anniversary of China’s liberation from the island nation during the second world war.

Cultural exchange could unite mainland China and Taiwan on Japan war history experience, Hong Kong forum participants say
Tsukiji and Soho lookalikes: Features of upgraded Link Reit market in Hong Kong’s Tin Shui Wai
Future Hong Kong vision: Kai Tak tourist hub moves closer to reality
Reclamation ruled out for tourism hub in Hong Kong’s Kowloon East
150 pillboxes and counting: Hong Kong historians want city's second world war relics conserved
Hong Kong cable car operator worried about Tai O extension warning former fishing village will become overcrowded
Scholarism offers to fund water tests for 20 to 30 Hong Kong secondary schools

Joshua Wong says too few schools are taking the initiative so group wants to share donations raised on July 1 march

3 Sep 2015 - 7:00AM

Joshua Wong says too few schools are taking the initiative so group wants to share donations raised on July 1 march

Scholarism offers to fund water tests for 20 to 30 Hong Kong secondary schools
Hong Kong government pledges consultation on controversial Avenue of Stars revamp
Hong Kong veterans of second world war guerilla units to attend China's grand military parade in Beijing
Don't forget foreign war dead, says Hong Kong historian
Fact check: separating the myths from facts about Hong Kong WW2 guerrillas
Tsim Sha Tsui harbourfront could close for three years as developer looks to revitalise promenade beyond 2024

A plan to build more shops and attractions on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront could mean an extension of New World Development's management role on the Avenue of Stars to 2035.

21 Aug 2015 - 4:25PM

A plan to build more shops and attractions on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront could mean an extension of New World Development's management role on the Avenue of Stars to 2035.

Tsim Sha Tsui harbourfront could close for three years as developer looks to revitalise promenade beyond 2024
Doubts raised on Hong Kong government's tree policy after Peng Chau cut-down plan halted

12-metre-tall Celtic sinensis on Shing Ka Road is not on the government’s old and valuable tree list

19 Jun 2018 - 6:02PM

12-metre-tall Celtic sinensis on Shing Ka Road is not on the government’s old and valuable tree list

Doubts raised on Hong Kong government's tree policy after Peng Chau cut-down plan halted
Hung Shui Kiu villagers in Hong Kong may receive alternative farmland near current homes
Hong Kong villagers evicted early ahead of massive commercial and housing development
No judge in sight to head Hong Kong's lead-in-water inquiry yet
Daniel Lam Chun: the Hong Kong boss who took crisis management to a new level
Hong Kong Peak residents counter historic mansion demolition with green belt site plan

Historic 128-year- old European mansion near The Peak may be saved with new development and conservation proposal

13 Jul 2015 - 6:01AM

Historic 128-year- old European mansion near The Peak may be saved with new development and conservation proposal

Hong Kong Peak residents counter historic mansion demolition with green belt site plan
New rules to stop Hong Kong estate agents from misleading buyers
US human rights report on Occupy protests gets Hong Kong government offices confused

Where is the "central government office" in Hong Kong under "one country, two systems"? It proved to be a tricky question that apparently confused the US State Department.

27 Jun 2015 - 11:30AM

Where is the "central government office" in Hong Kong under "one country, two systems"? It proved to be a tricky question that apparently confused the US State Department.

US human rights report on Occupy protests gets Hong Kong government offices confused
Plan for historic Central Market to be creative hub at heart of Hong Kong
Old defensive wall in Hong Kong Park may be saved as government wavers on plan to relocate water pumping station
Fallout from implosion of Hong Kong's reform package continues
Plan to revitalise former Dairy Farm staff quarters in Pok Fu Lam as living museum gets go-ahead
Hong Kong's Urban Renewal Authority records surprise HK$1.1b surplus