Leung Pak-hei
Leung Pak-hei
Hong Kong
Pak-hei, who is currently studying journalism at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, joined the Post as an intern in winter 2021.

Transport and Logistics Bureau revealed the device cap, seat belt and helmet proposals in a paper submitted to the Legislative Council earlier this week.


Plastic bottles, bottle lids and buoys top three types of rubbish commonly found on seashore, while cigarettes, tissue paper and food packaging dot hiking trails, green group Ecobus says.

One in five workers unaware they should be paid on statutory holidays while 39 per cent did not know they could receive a lump sum at the end of their contracts.

US State Department report cites religious leaders and groups in Hong Kong as saying authorities ‘less tolerant since the passage of the national security law’.

Government’s recently gazetted bill proposes raising minimum area of floor space per resident and required number of staff in care homes for elderly and disabled.

High cost of quarantine hotel and limited places mean residents cannot see family members over border, with average of 22 months separating visits, Society for Community Organisation finds.

More than 90 per cent of owners have agreed to sell after authority cut premiums by more than HK$60 million and government gave each seller HK$1 million reduction in fees.

Three suspects are arrested in Mong Kok, Sham Shui Po and Tseung Kwan O, after allegedly using social media to promote deal to convert e-vouchers into cash.

Hong Kong Council of Social Service says it has encountered cases where a booking was made but a relative shows up on the day of the appointment to voice disapproval.

City leader Carrie Lam says the subsidy scheme will continue to approve applications, even if the initiative exceeds the target of 300,000 recipients.