Caritas centre helps gamblers kick the habit, deal with debts of HK$100,000 or more.
Lion City’s Institute of Technical Education offers a new look to skills-based learning, with impressive campuses, facilities and recreational amenities.
Some abusers say cannabis led them to experiment with other drugs, ending in addiction.
Equal Opportunities Commission chairman Ricky Chu says concerned Muslims looked him up after the phrase ‘Allah is the Greatest’ was found painted in Arabic on some roads.
All eyes are on November 24 event, as embattled pro-establishment bloc expected to take beating at the ballots under current political climate.
Stronger legal backing for advance directives stating individuals’ treatment preferences when terminally ill.
Survey shows ‘surprising’ proportion of over-55s turning to Telegram and LIHKG for updates on anti-government movement.
Schools criticised for failure to rein in students boycotting classes, staging sit-ins and forming human chains on campus.
Rail operator took unprecedented step of closing entire network on Friday night and has said it will not reopen on Saturday, while supermarkets, shopping centres, and banks are all shut as city braces for another weekend of unrest.
German Swiss International School pupil is already a member of the city’s junior team, now she has written a book to encourage other girls to play the sport she loves.
At secondary school in Mong Kok, students denounce the handling of a singing battle, while Chinese University students storm the faculty building.
Video-sharing site says song was taken down because it ‘contains content from Goomusic’ – which is linked to singer and activist Denise Ho.
The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act edged closer to becoming law this week after it passed committees in the House and Senate.
Force smeared in ‘biggest conspiracy in the world’ that fans flames of hate, says Alan Lau in rallying call to colleagues to restore order.
Music has long been a part of protests worldwide and both sides are using it to get their messages across, and while Glory to Hong Kong is de facto anthem of city’s protest movement, Do You Hear the People Sing? is also popular.
Executive Council member Ronny Tong says he does not believe city’s leader has closed the door on possibility, but his comments come hours after Lam rejected multiple demands for investigation into officers’ conduct.
Police said they received a report at 7.26am on Saturday from the residence along Big Wave Bay Road of a person acting suspiciously.
While such action in the city only intensified in recent years, similar movements in other parts of the world date back centuries.
More than 50 cultural or entertainment events and exhibitions have been called off or postponed due to the unrest, leaving fans disappointed and organisers counting their losses.
Vocational Training Council chairman wants public cash to subsidise applied degree programmes.
Government invites applications from prospective operators of Tseung Kwan O hospital, city’s first of its kind, which is expected to start operating by 2024.
The show, based on the children’s classic by Roald Dahl, was set to run for a month from September 20 at the Lyric Theatre in Wan Chai. Theatre company cannot guarantee safety and well-being of cast, boss says, while revealing civil unrest has decimated ticket sales.
Henry Fan’s appointment is a surprise given his lack of medical background, but Hong Kong’s leader is believed to want a fresh perspective for a sector with ‘deep-rooted problems’.
Police earlier obtained a search warrant after the woman and her family ignored their efforts to get hold of her medical records.
Filmmaker Yonfan condemns anti-government protesters for turning city ‘upside down’, but thanks Hong Kong for giving him the freedom to create.
Demosisto party founder was on way to Germany and the United States when he was detained by police and will appear at Eastern Magistrates’ Court on Monday, when he expects to be released.
A 21-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of assaulting Polytechnic University student union acting president Ken Woo during a campus protest.
Ayza Lai took up a vocational course two years ago as he found traditional education difficult. Now, he represents Hong Kong at a contest in Russia.
As emigration inquiries surge, meet the locals who cannot tear themselves away from Hong Kong in its hour of need.
Kevin Yeung says boycott will disrupt operations of schools and sow discord on campuses. Survey by group and other student concern bodies of 19,473 respondents finds 89 per cent supportive of protesters’ demands.