Ng Kang-chung

Ng Kang-chung

Reporter, Hong Kong

Ng Kang-chung joined the Post in 2013, and is a reporter for the Hong Kong desk covering general daily news and politics.

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China’s first lady Peng Liyuan charms young Hong Kong opera performers during visit to Xiqu Centre

She watched Cantonese opera rehearsals and had ‘warm chats with the actors and members of the performance troupe’.

She watched Cantonese opera rehearsals and had ‘warm chats with the actors and members of the performance troupe’.

1 Jul 2022 - 12:13AM
HK Express flight makes emergency landing at Hong Kong airport after report of smoke in cockpit, all 47 passengers and 7 crew members unharmed

The Airbus A320-271N left Taipei at 1.50pm, before smoke was found during its descent into Hong Kong.

The Airbus A320-271N left Taipei at 1.50pm, before smoke was found during its descent into Hong Kong.

27 Jun 2022 - 9:44PM
Hongkongers’ prejudices persist even as mainland Chinese migrants become better educated, speak Cantonese and English, and hold good jobs

Nasty stereotypes create a hostile environment for new immigrants to assimilate, says population expert.

Nasty stereotypes create a hostile environment for new immigrants to assimilate, says population expert.

27 Jun 2022 - 3:00PM
Hong Kong’s finance chief says he has ‘stood firm’ in defending national, financial security while assessing tenure

Paul Chan says in weekly blog post safeguarding national security and city’s constitutional order is a ‘core infrastructure project’.

Paul Chan says in weekly blog post safeguarding national security and city’s constitutional order is a ‘core infrastructure project’.

26 Jun 2022 - 8:51PM
Government efforts to spur acceptance of ethnic minority groups in Hong Kong kindergartens prove effective, as intake in preschools grow

Subsidy scheme shows promise, with half of participating preschools enrolling an average of six more pupils from the demographic.

Subsidy scheme shows promise, with half of participating preschools enrolling an average of six more pupils from the demographic.

23 Jun 2022 - 10:28PM
Senior Beijing official with over 30 years’ experience in Hong Kong affairs appointed to deputy role in nation’s top advisory body

Zhang Xiaoming, former executive deputy director of state-level Hong Kong office, made deputy secretary general of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.

Zhang Xiaoming, former executive deputy director of state-level Hong Kong office, made deputy secretary general of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.

23 Jun 2022 - 12:15AM
Hong Kong Palace Museum can help foster sense of national identity among residents, outgoing leader says

Chief Executive Carrie Lam says venue could also act as ‘cultural connector’ by showcasing Chinese culture, history for rest of the world.

Chief Executive Carrie Lam says venue could also act as ‘cultural connector’ by showcasing Chinese culture, history for rest of the world.

22 Jun 2022 - 9:56PM
Veteran Hong Kong lawmaker Regina Ip appointed convenor of incoming leader John Lee’s de facto cabinet

Ip, 71, is the first woman convenor of Executive Council, and first with political affiliation, since Hong Kong returned to Chinese rule.

Ip, 71, is the first woman convenor of Executive Council, and first with political affiliation, since Hong Kong returned to Chinese rule.

22 Jun 2022 - 10:40PM
76 per cent of young people polled identify as ‘Hongkongers’, while only 2 per cent think of themselves as ‘Chinese’

Analysts say findings were impacted by immigration wave as those who were not in favour of the Communist Party may have left.

Analysts say findings were impacted by immigration wave as those who were not in favour of the Communist Party may have left.

22 Jun 2022 - 11:38AM