What media are saying about US whistle-blower Edward Snowden and Hong Kong, in roughly the last 48 hours.
“Our sessions have been a shock to the system, and the locals think the game is going to be played on the warmest day of the year. I think the conditions could be more difficult than anything I've experienced in my career," said Lions forward Adam Jones.
Hong Kong is one of the most racially intolerant places in the world - along with India, Jordan and Bangladesh, according to a report.
Hong Kong is paid a visit by Dr Richard Besser, ABC News’ chief health and medical editor in the US. Other stories: Spotify, iPhone 5, smog and ArtWalk
Several foreign media outlets are covering the dock workers’ strike as it drags into a second week, underlining the huge implications the labour dispute has on international trade.
Beijing-Hong Kong tensions are expected to get worse, the New York Times concludes; and domestic helpers get in the spotlight in Canada's media.
When Falkland Islanders voted 99.8 per cent to stay a British Overseas Territory, little did they know they would also kick up a fuss all the way around the world in Hong Kong.
Do extreme circumstances call for extreme solutions? That and parsing Wen Jiabao's words on Macau and Hong Kong.
Infant milk formula is a precious commodity 'kept under lock and key', and Hong Kong's budget woes.
Chinese journalists want to know every detail about an old Russian ship, according to the Voice of Russia.