Before unrest began, singles mainly checked looks, personality, income and lifestyles. But now, more users of dating apps assess potential partners by their political views.
New Territories town has not been spared the unrest that has gripped Hong Kong, with local police station a constant flashpoint.
The former industrial suburb was rocked by clashes between anti-government protesters and suspected triads on successive weekends. Outbreaks of violence and subsequent clashes with police have shocked locals, who believed town to be safe.
Southeastwood is new troupe mostly made up of members of city’s ethnic minorities, and they have big plans for the future.
James Tang’s life has been filled with music, and The Record Museum, with a collection that numbers in the tens of thousands, is the result of a 30-year search for the most satisfying recordings.
Giraffe Leung uses coins to remind Hongkongers of values once held dear and now rendered obsolete by rapid social change.
See Wai-chung, also known by his stage name C Chung, tries to see things from the perspective of patients, and has had his share of emotional troubles.
Kuri Cafe is latest in trend of animal-themed establishments, but warns fans of the creatures they are not playful pets.
People living with the disease in the city say they still encounter discrimination and hostility in hospitals and in society.
Founded by young programmers, Collaction lists 600 projects, such as food sharing, that need the community’s help.
Pakistani former pilot fights back from the brink of suicide to inspire fellow disabled people in hand-bike ride across in China. Having moved to Hong Kong in the early 90s, he has built a strong business career, with sports as his driving force.
Lack of awareness in society and sense of futility led founders to set up Roadsign database that categorises services, disorders and costs, simplifying help for sufferers.
Non-profit group Bless So Free is helping women come to terms with mental health issues through sharing stories and art.
Lau Kwong-shing faced identity problems after relocating back to Hong Kong from Japan, and dealt with cynicism towards his comics dreams ... until fan art he posted about a popular gaming app caught the eye of its developer.
Yu Yuen-wong hit the jackpot in the late 1990s working for Japanese giant Bandai, but has struggled since the local industry imploded.
Wan Chai exhibition this month features an array of self-help organisations aiming to encourage patients to speak up instead of retreating into the shadows.
Treehole HK founder Peter Chan Kin-yan says he wants to empower Hongkongers with a ‘mind gym’ that will help build mental resilience.
Anson Lui, 30, says he used to think of himself as a quitter but tackling ambitious expeditions overseas has made him a lot more resilient.
From the hustle and bustle of Causeway Bay in the 1950s to learning new skills in Japan, Fung Yau-choi has seen it all
The Dialogue in the Dark Foundation aims to nurture role models and has helped 20 trainees since 2016.
City’s declining birth rates and student enrolments mean competition for teaching spots is fierce. Yet across the border, very different notions of free speech and critical thinking may pose obstacles for educators.
On Tai Yau-on’s Mini Movements project has led to exhibitions at elderly care homes where he hopes recreations of early scenes will bring a spark of joy and nostalgia to residents.
Commonwealth is not just about tradition and history, society chairman says, but about young people and the future.
Ski Yeo Poh Lian visited city as a child, and 23 years later, returned to start her own tourism agency focused on showing people how locals get around
Lee Wing-shan’s rental company We-Use has grown since starting in 2016 as Hong Kong companies become more environmentally conscious.
Hong Kong’s ‘angels in white’ turn to blogging as an outlet, but also recall why they signed up to serve the sick and how they are bent on soldiering on amid serious manpower shortfalls and lack of ward space in public sector.
First successful surgery in city involving ventricular assist device allows 12-year-old to return to school as he waits patiently for an organ donation that might be years away.
Annual event, based on the seventh month of the lunar calendar, has origins tracing back 2,000 years to Buddhist and Taoist customs.
Authorities warn conditions will persist until next week when winds bring relief.
Greeners Action investigation finds most bag handout points at 83 Hong Kong government buildings lacked guidance for users.