Sarah Karacs

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Why appetite for shark fin continues to grow despite efforts to stem the slaughter
Abstract Western art gains firmer following among Chinese
World leaders send congratulations as Tsinghua University welcomes first cohort of Schwarzman Scholars
Seal of Chinese emperor Qianlong expected to fetch HK$120 million at auction
Bruce Lee fan club’s Yau Ma Tei shop set for final bout as faithful fight to keep martial arts legend’s legacy alive
Hong Kong leaps six spots to become most expensive city in Asia-Pacific for business travel, survey finds
Thrill ride or damp squib? Hong Kong water slide fails to impress on second day
Licensing slip-up: Hong Kong water slide event finally opens after five-hour delay
Hongkongers get ready for super slide to ease the summer heat, but it won’t come cheap
No more puppy mills: Tighter animal welfare laws will clamp down on unscrupulous breeders
A little bit of Mong Kok appears at Lego’s first Hong Kong store
Passengers to get extra 10kg on Cathay Pacific and Dragonair flights
Hong Kong environmentalists go the extra tile to keep the sea clean
Coveted Mahler manuscript, estimated to fetch HK$35m, on display in Hong Kong before going on auction in London
Is Ocean Park’s female giant panda Ying Ying pregnant? Birthday absence fuels hopes in Hong Kong
Sex and robots: How mechanical dolls may press all the right buttons for lonesome guys
A French artist’s illustrated love affair with Cantonese life to be showcased at Hong Kong Book Fair
Leaky and pesky: dripping air cons continue to plague Hong Kong streets as little is done to punish negligent owners
New radar technology to boost Hong Kong boat safety
MH370 conspiracy? Author Florence de Changy says officials misled the public about ill-fated plane
Australian deputy museum director tipped for top M+ role in Hong Kong
The art of the comeback: Chinese art market on the rebound with robust auction sales
Norwegian-made electric ferries ‘could reduce pollution in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour’
British gallery owner Mark Peaker makes an art out of Hong Kong’s idling engine law enforcement
Hong Kong e-waste dumping grounds on lockdown amid fresh scrutiny
Art meets science at Hong Kong medical museum exhibition
Fashion faux pas: why Hong Kong designers struggle to make a global impact
Hong Kong’s illegal e-waste dumps ... whose fault? War of words between US watchdog and government
Turn back the e-waste tide: pressure to stop flood of toxic imports from US to Hong Kong
Revealed: the toxic trail of e-waste that leads from the US to Hong Kong