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What do Hongkongers think about winter this year?
Delicious egg tarts and "wife cakes" in Michelin-recommended Hong Kong bakery
Hong Kong style hash browns anyone? Potato snacks in Michelin-recommended street food stall
Sweet and Crispy: Mango Napoleon in Michelin-recommended Hong Kong dessert shop
Hugs, dating advice and a fight followed wine to put communist cadres in the corner
Suit-clad man pummels woman street sweeper on central China roadside

Motorist flies into rage after she asks him to park his car somewhere else

13 Nov 2015 - 5:35PM

Motorist flies into rage after she asks him to park his car somewhere else

Suit-clad man pummels woman street sweeper on central China roadside
Chinese man falls from station building and lands on woman eating at food stall
Chinese parallel traders spark Hong Kong border terrorist alert after metal tubes mistaken for explosives
Damaged goods: Morning gory for husband as wife's mid-sex dash for Singles Day bargain leads to painful end
Eight-year-old girl enters puberty after mum feeds her oestrogen-heavy health supplement

The girl had her first period and began to develop about six months ago after she started to regularly consume propolis, which is made by bees.

13 Nov 2015 - 3:49PM

The girl had her first period and began to develop about six months ago after she started to regularly consume propolis, which is made by bees.

Eight-year-old girl enters puberty after mum feeds her oestrogen-heavy health supplement
Chinese boy, 13, has thumb and fingers chopped off by machine as he helps parents on family farm
Huge seabed gold deposit discovered off eastern China coast
Operation Santa Claus: Healing powers of art can transform lives of bedridden hospital patients
Rich food: Chinese entrepreneur makes oodles from noodles delivered in a pink convertible
Chinese feminist’s online criticism of mainland’s family planning policy goes viral: demands for paternity leave, financial support
About 90pc of Hong Kong secondary schools allowed pupils to join class boycotts during Occupy, study shows
Time to bone up: Hong Kong study finds majority of local menopausal women have weak bone density

Over a quarter of postmenopausal women in Hong Kong have osteoporosis and over half have osteopenia, according to a four-year study on bone health status by the non-profit Family Planning Association of Hong Kong unveiled yesterday.

20 Oct 2015 - 7:01AM

Over a quarter of postmenopausal women in Hong Kong have osteoporosis and over half have osteopenia, according to a four-year study on bone health status by the non-profit Family Planning Association of Hong Kong unveiled yesterday.

Time to bone up: Hong Kong study finds majority of local menopausal women have weak bone density
Malaysian rapper forced to sign contract not to offend China or Malaysia upon arrival in Hong Kong
Harbour Swim chaos: disqualified swimmers complain of poorly managed start as record 2,330 take part
Legco water fight: Hong Kong lawmaker meeting erupts in finger pointing over probe into lead-tainted scandal
Let government departments take the rap over Hong Kong lead-in-water scandal, poll indicates
Tech bureau, lead-in-water scandal and private columbariums among heated debates as Hong Kong's Legislative Council reconvene
Crazy for credit cards: Hongkongers aged 18-35 spend over 46 per cent of monthly income on credit purchases
Braking point: Hong Kong cyclists and politicians call for improvements after chaos of city's first Cyclothon event
Hong Kong Elephant Walk pushes to protect elephants, sharks and pangolins
Hunting for the next generation of chopper pilots: Hong Kong government flying service speeds up recruitment ahead of retirement wave
Survey finds a quarter of Hong Kong's working population show signs of depression and anxiety

A quarter of working persons in Hong Kong show levels of depression and anxiety – 2.5 times above the global average – and around 18 per cent of working persons need psychological treatment, a recent survey revealed.

5 Oct 2015 - 6:22PM

A quarter of working persons in Hong Kong show levels of depression and anxiety – 2.5 times above the global average – and around 18 per cent of working persons need psychological treatment, a recent survey revealed.

Survey finds a quarter of Hong Kong's working population show signs of depression and anxiety
Save our McRefugees: Woman’s lonely unnoticed death in Hong Kong McDonald’s highlights need to help homeless
Police probe assault after TVB news reporter slapped in face as she filmed overloaded passengers at Hong Kong's Sha Tin MTR
Homeless woman found dead at Hong Kong McDonald’s 24 hours after she sat down as unaware customers ate