Su Xinqi
Su Xinqi
Hong Kong
Reporter, Hong Kong
Su Xinqi covered Hong Kong-mainland relational issues for the Post's Hong Kong desk until 2019. She has previously worked for Reuters and Initium Media in a variety of roles including researcher, content producer, and news editor.

Air Quality Health Index to record ‘serious’ pollution in parts of the city later on Thursday, with levels to ‘remain higher than normal until the advent of stronger wind next week’.

Proposal is one of 13 initiatives suggested by pro-establishment Federation of Public Housing Estates to boost housing supply for young people. Federation says that though housing is source of anti-government grievances, proposal has nothing to do with current political unrest.

Hong Kong Consumer Council reveals price comparison tricks businesses use to get people to buy promotional goods, and urges Customs and Excise Department to take action after first raising issue five years ago.


Project provides screening and patented, award-winning lens technology for poor children. It is a boost for city’s poorer families, who could struggle with the high cost of specialised specs.

Team from Baptist University finds double spot fireworm Chloeia bimaculata, and Professor Qiu Jianwen says it should lead to more prudence when authorities make planning decisions.

Simon Cheng disappeared more than a week ago while returning from Shenzhen at the West Kowloon terminus of the cross-border railway, according to partner.

Two scholars at University of Science and Technology win grants, from Guangdong provincial authorities and a Guangzhou-based lab. Cash will back an oceans lab, and research into smart chips needed for 5G mobile data infrastructure.

Time has not yet arrived to warrant troops to maintain order in city, Leung says, but even if they were deployed, it wouldn’t damage one country, two systems.

Demonstrators descend on departures area on Tuesday afternoon as airport tries to recover from crippling impact of Monday’s mass sit-in. Angry confrontations ensue between travellers and protesters blocking their path.

Director of Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office leaves open possibility of commission to investigate recent unrest, but says demonstrations must ends first. Protesters tell reporters they have ‘no trust in the government’.

Accusation made by lawmaker Dennis Kwok as 3,000 members of city’s legal profession take part in second silent march to demonstrate discontent at prosecutions of those arrested in anti-government clashes with police.

Solidarity comes as Chinese state media criticises violent acts by protesters and endorses police, while in Taipei, space for a Lennon Wall has been reserved.

Hong Kong garrison releases three-minute propaganda video that includes anti-riot drills and refers to Hong Kong as its commander comments on the city for the first time since protests against the extradition bill began in June.

Dozens of defendants granted bail and most subject to curfew from midnight to 6am. Nurse also among 44 charged with rioting following Sunday night’s city centre clashes.