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Scholarism leader Joshua Wong planning to appeal some DSE exam results

Teenage Scholarism leader Joshua Wong revealed that he plans to appeal some of his DSE exam results and that he was 'disappointed' in his Liberal Studies grade.

20 Jun 2018 - 4:56PM

Teenage Scholarism leader Joshua Wong revealed that he plans to appeal some of his DSE exam results and that he was 'disappointed' in his Liberal Studies grade.

Scholarism leader Joshua Wong planning to appeal some DSE exam results
UK report on Hong Kong 'avoids embarrassing Beijing'

Pan-democratic lawmakers have slammed Britain's report on Hong Kong as "weak" and "avoiding embarrassing Beijing" after it did not express a view on Beijing's white paper asserting its authority over the city.

20 Jun 2018 - 3:24PM

Pan-democratic lawmakers have slammed Britain's report on Hong Kong as "weak" and "avoiding embarrassing Beijing" after it did not express a view on Beijing's white paper asserting its authority over the city.

UK report on Hong Kong 'avoids embarrassing Beijing'
Occupy Central thumbs nose at state media's use of 1.3b population to criticise unofficial vote

Unofficial referendum of more than 700,000 Hongkongers an 'illegal farce' that is 'tinged with mincing ludicrousness', says Global Times.

20 Jun 2018 - 3:48PM

Unofficial referendum of more than 700,000 Hongkongers an 'illegal farce' that is 'tinged with mincing ludicrousness', says Global Times.

Occupy Central thumbs nose at state media's use of 1.3b population to criticise unofficial vote
'Why did officers enter Legco Building?'

The deputy chairman of the Legislative Council House Committee yesterday questioned why police entered the Legco building last Friday.

20 Jun 2018 - 3:24PM

The deputy chairman of the Legislative Council House Committee yesterday questioned why police entered the Legco building last Friday.

'Why did officers enter Legco Building?'
Pandas arrive to offer a conservation message that's black and white

Papier-mâché pandas were already winning the hearts of Hongkongers as they checked in at the airport yesterday. But their creator says he hopes fans focus on conservation, not cuteness.

20 Jun 2018 - 3:24PM

Papier-mâché pandas were already winning the hearts of Hongkongers as they checked in at the airport yesterday. But their creator says he hopes fans focus on conservation, not cuteness.

Pandas arrive to offer a conservation message that's black and white
LIVE BLOG: Tiananmen Square 25th anniversary vigil in Hong Kong

Follow the latest news as thousands gather in Victoria Park for a candlelight vigil to remember those killed in the bloody crackdown of June 4, 1989

20 Jun 2018 - 3:14PM

Follow the latest news as thousands gather in Victoria Park for a candlelight vigil to remember those killed in the bloody crackdown of June 4, 1989

LIVE BLOG: Tiananmen Square 25th anniversary vigil in Hong Kong
Democracy activists unite to support June 4 vigil

Ignoring rifts in pan-democrat camp, groups will attend event and hope Hongkongers will remember courage of 1989 pro-democracy movement as well as bloody crackdown.

20 Jun 2018 - 5:54PM

Ignoring rifts in pan-democrat camp, groups will attend event and hope Hongkongers will remember courage of 1989 pro-democracy movement as well as bloody crackdown.

Democracy activists unite to support June 4 vigil
Outrage over primary school textbook that asks pupils to 'match the races'

Two education scholars are behind a series of general studies textbooks that have sparked bitter controversy for their racially stereotypical contents.

20 Jun 2018 - 3:24PM

Two education scholars are behind a series of general studies textbooks that have sparked bitter controversy for their racially stereotypical contents.

Outrage over primary school textbook that asks pupils to 'match the races'
Tax-free status of Hong Kong’s international schools attacked

Hong Kong's charity rules have come under fire after it was revealed the parent company of an international school is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

21 Jun 2018 - 2:34PM

Hong Kong's charity rules have come under fire after it was revealed the parent company of an international school is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

Tax-free status of Hong Kong’s international schools attacked
Ready, steady, dough! Annual Cheung Chau bun scramble delivers parade to chew over

The annual Cheung Chau bun scramble kicked off at midnight last night, and for the sixth time fireman and islander Jason Kwok Ka-ming emerged the victor in the contest.

21 Jun 2018 - 2:34PM

The annual Cheung Chau bun scramble kicked off at midnight last night, and for the sixth time fireman and islander Jason Kwok Ka-ming emerged the victor in the contest.

Ready, steady, dough! Annual Cheung Chau bun scramble delivers parade to chew over
School textbook prices to rise 3.2pc

A rise in the cost of textbooks for the next school year has left parents disappointed, despite officials claiming it is proof that measures to keep down costs are working.

20 Jun 2018 - 3:24PM

A rise in the cost of textbooks for the next school year has left parents disappointed, despite officials claiming it is proof that measures to keep down costs are working.

School textbook prices to rise 3.2pc
Damning report on the 2012 Lamma ferry disaster exposes possible crime

An internal probe into the 2012 Lamma Ferry disaster has uncovered "suspected criminality'' and delivered a damning indictment of how one of Hong Kong's biggest and most important government departments is run.

14 Jun 2018 - 11:43AM

An internal probe into the 2012 Lamma Ferry disaster has uncovered "suspected criminality'' and delivered a damning indictment of how one of Hong Kong's biggest and most important government departments is run.

Damning  report on the 2012 Lamma ferry disaster exposes possible crime
Parents petition government as minister refuses meetings over loss of kindergarten's premises

Parents of pupils at a Tin Shui Wai kindergarten facing closure were left "disappointed" after a surprise meeting with the education minister yesterday.

20 Jun 2018 - 3:24PM

Parents of pupils at a Tin Shui Wai kindergarten facing closure were left "disappointed" after a surprise meeting with the education minister yesterday.

Parents petition government as minister refuses meetings over loss of kindergarten's premises
Give your pets dried food despite discovery of cancer toxins, vets say

Vets said today that pet owners should continue feeding dried foods to their animals, despite a study revealing the presence of cancer-causing ingredients in leading brands.

14 Jun 2018 - 12:41PM

Vets said today that pet owners should continue feeding dried foods to their animals, despite a study revealing the presence of cancer-causing ingredients in leading brands.

Give your pets dried food despite discovery of cancer toxins, vets say
Teachers could strike over demand for smaller Form One classes
Ming Pao offers HK$1 million reward after editor critically injured in 'classic triad hit'

Motorcycle hitmen who carried out a "savage" knife attack that left one of Hong Kong's most influential journalists fighting for his life were still at large last night as the city reacted with shock, revulsion and anger.

20 Jun 2018 - 3:24PM

Motorcycle hitmen who carried out a "savage" knife attack that left one of Hong Kong's most influential journalists fighting for his life were still at large last night as the city reacted with shock, revulsion and anger.

Ming Pao offers HK$1 million reward after editor critically injured in 'classic triad hit'
'Tighten school rules for officials'
'Antagonism stands in way of political reform', warns Beijing-loyal heavyweight
Shoppers flock to Mut Wah Street bazaar as it opens up for the last time
Indonesian official wants city's maid agencies to register with consulate
Plan to set up Hong Kong’s first vet school fails to gain funding body's support
'Referendum' voters back greater public voice in 2017 elections
Fans and friends remember Anita Mui at anniversary concert
Hopes dashed for public nomination of 2017 chief executive candidates
Cross-border children making first-round school places 'harder to get'
Police probe 21 complaints of voter impersonation
Police question head of DR Beauty Centre chain
Straw poll shows Hong Kong opposes limited suffrage and Occupy Central

Most people interviewed by the South China Morning Post yesterday disagreed with the central government's views on the conditions for universal suffrage, but most did not support the Occupy Central movement either.

20 Jun 2018 - 3:24PM

Most people interviewed by the South China Morning Post yesterday disagreed with the central government's views on the conditions for universal suffrage, but most did not support the Occupy Central movement either.

Straw poll shows Hong Kong opposes limited suffrage and Occupy Central
Head of DR Beauty chain questioned by police after transfusion death
Tourism industry warns about unscrupulous operators