Head teachers unite in calling for use of new smoking products to be outlawed, fearing young children will move on to conventional cigarettes.
It’s not always the big names who steal the spotlight – the past two weeks have seen a number of new faces shine on the world stage.
The Tokyo 2020 Games have already had countless shocks, controversies, disappointment and outright weirdness – and there is still one week to go.
Fans gather in their hundreds across the city to watch swimmer Siobhan Haughey become the first Hong Kong athlete to win two medals at the Olympic Games.
Which athletes competing at the Tokyo Olympics have the famous five rings tattooed on them?
Ching Chun-ho makes his parents and teachers proud by scoring 18 marks for six subjects despite requiring extra time to finish each paper.
Inspired by the impact of Covid-19, some of the perfect scorers hope to ‘serve the weak and the ill’ as doctors in the future.
Sports technology that monitors technique and apparel to improve performance helps athletes, but critics say this can equate to ‘technological doping’.
NBA star Kevin Durant is among the many athletes who have contracted the coronavirus over the past but are well enough to compete in the Tokyo Games.
Demand for Malaysian durians has spiked in China since 2019 – and durian sellers in the Southeast Asian nation are also seeing an uptick in delivery orders from Hongkongers.
The tabloid-style newspaper, a fixture for 26 years, ended operations at midnight following a series of arrests made under the national security law.
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology will install 8,000 solar panels in a project that will cost up to HK$60 million.
The catering sector lost an estimated revenue of HK$5 billion and HK$6.5 billion in July and August respectively. Business magnate Allan Zeman warns that Hong Kong could die if the harsh restrictions continue.