Su Xinqi

Su Xinqi covers Hong Kong-mainland relational issues for the Post's Hong Kong desk. She has previously worked for Reuters and Initium Media in a number of editorial capacities including researcher, content producer, and news editor.
Su Xinqi
Su Xinqi covers Hong Kong-mainland relational issues for the Post's Hong Kong desk. She has previously worked for Reuters and Initium Media in a number of editorial capacities including researcher, content producer, and news editor.

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Hong Kong hiker on Devil’s Peak dies after complaining about feeling unwell, as unusually warm winter weather hits city

Man had called police and was evacuated by helicopter to hospital. Weather station closest to area records high of 27 degrees Celsius, nearing record overall mark of 28.3 set in 2009 for February.

16 Feb 2019 - 11:29PM
Hong Kong hiker on Devil’s Peak dies after complaining about feeling unwell, as unusually warm winter weather hits city

Man had called police and was evacuated by helicopter to hospital. Weather station closest to area records high of 27 degrees Celsius, nearing record overall mark of 28.3 set in 2009 for February.

Woman abandoned on doorstep as two-day-old baby almost 60 years ago returns to Hong Kong from Britain in the hope of finding clues as to who she really is

Claire Ling-chi Martin was a two-year-old toddler when she was sent to Britain for adoption in 1962. There was no note, nothing to indicate who her mother was, or who left her on Berwick Street, Shep Kip Mei, two years earlier. She is returning to Hong Kong to look for answers – although she knows it’s a long shot.

16 Feb 2019 - 11:29PM
Woman abandoned on doorstep as two-day-old baby almost 60 years ago returns to Hong Kong from Britain in the hope of finding clues as to who she really is

Claire Ling-chi Martin was a two-year-old toddler when she was sent to Britain for adoption in 1962. There was no note, nothing to indicate who her mother was, or who left her on Berwick Street, Shep Kip Mei, two years earlier. She is returning to Hong Kong to look for answers – although she knows it’s a long shot.

HK$8 million worth of rhino horns seized at airport by Hong Kong customs

Record haul of 24 pieces, weighing about 40kg, was found in boxes carried by two men arriving from South Africa en route to Vietnam.

15 Feb 2019 - 3:37PM
HK$8 million worth of rhino horns seized at airport by Hong Kong customs

Record haul of 24 pieces, weighing about 40kg, was found in boxes carried by two men arriving from South Africa en route to Vietnam.

Highways Department waited two years before taking action on late safety documents for Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge

Nearly 15,000 inspection forms not submitted on time, more than 10,000 initially reported.

15 Feb 2019 - 9:28AM
Highways Department waited two years before taking action on late safety documents for Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge

Nearly 15,000 inspection forms not submitted on time, more than 10,000 initially reported.

Light rail train and Citybus double-decker in late-night collision at junction in Hong Kong’s Tuen Mun

The incident occurred at about 11pm at the junction of Tuen Mun Heung Sze Wui Road and Hoi Chu Road, near the Siu Lun light rail stop.

15 Feb 2019 - 4:23AM
Light rail train and Citybus double-decker in late-night collision at junction in Hong Kong’s Tuen Mun

The incident occurred at about 11pm at the junction of Tuen Mun Heung Sze Wui Road and Hoi Chu Road, near the Siu Lun light rail stop.

Hong Kong pushes ahead with blanket ban on e-cigarettes, with maximum penalty of six months in jail and HK$50,000 fine

Bill covers anyone who brings in, imports, makes, sells, distributes or promotes alternative smoking products.

13 Feb 2019 - 11:30PM
Hong Kong pushes ahead with blanket ban on e-cigarettes, with maximum penalty of six months in jail and HK$50,000 fine

Bill covers anyone who brings in, imports, makes, sells, distributes or promotes alternative smoking products.

Low-income households to get subsidies for digital TV sets when Hong Kong’s analogue era draws to a close next year

About 160,000 households who still rely on analogue receivers will be eligible for government subventions to make the switch-over. Hong Kong will end its analogue TV services in December next year, eight years later than originally planned.

12 Feb 2019 - 1:07AM
Low-income households to get subsidies for digital TV sets when Hong Kong’s analogue era draws to a close next year

About 160,000 households who still rely on analogue receivers will be eligible for government subventions to make the switch-over. Hong Kong will end its analogue TV services in December next year, eight years later than originally planned.

One-third of new applicants for Hong Kong elderly welfare payments stand to lose out on thousands per month because of rise in age threshold

Secretary for Labour and Welfare Law Chi-kwong tells Legco up to 30 per cent of new elderly welfare recipients aged 60 to 64 will lose out because they are able-bodied.

11 Feb 2019 - 10:58PM
One-third of new applicants for Hong Kong elderly welfare payments stand to lose out on thousands per month because of rise in age threshold

Secretary for Labour and Welfare Law Chi-kwong tells Legco up to 30 per cent of new elderly welfare recipients aged 60 to 64 will lose out because they are able-bodied.

Zhuhai’s proposal for new bridge linking it with Shenzhen means Hong Kong should rethink its relationship with mainland neighbours, lawmaker says

Mayor of mainland city announces plan to build 46.5km crossing that would include a high-speed rail link, as Shenzhen economist says lack of traffic on Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge shows project is a failure.

10 Feb 2019 - 11:26PM
Zhuhai’s proposal for new bridge linking it with Shenzhen means Hong Kong should rethink its relationship with mainland neighbours, lawmaker says

Mayor of mainland city announces plan to build 46.5km crossing that would include a high-speed rail link, as Shenzhen economist says lack of traffic on Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge shows project is a failure.

China Airlines pilots’ strike leads to angry scenes as passengers left stranded at Taiwan’s airports

Businesspeople, holidaymakers angry and confused as dozens of flights grounded due to industrial action.

8 Feb 2019 - 11:19PM
China Airlines pilots’ strike leads to angry scenes as passengers left stranded at Taiwan’s airports

Businesspeople, holidaymakers angry and confused as dozens of flights grounded due to industrial action.

China Airlines agrees to meet pilot union after strike causes travel chaos with cancellations of 12 Hong Kong-Taiwan flights

Union wants extra manpower on long-haul flights, but airline management says competitiveness of company is at stake.

9 Feb 2019 - 5:04AM
China Airlines agrees to meet pilot union after strike causes travel chaos with cancellations of 12 Hong Kong-Taiwan flights

Union wants extra manpower on long-haul flights, but airline management says competitiveness of company is at stake.

Development of Hakka village in Hong Kong gets government approval despite fears over impact on surrounding area

Conservation charity Hong Kong Countryside Foundation gets government approval for Lai Chi Wo expansion, where it wants to restore 14 houses in 400-year-old Hakka village.

1 Feb 2019 - 10:56PM
Development of Hakka village in Hong Kong gets government approval despite fears over impact on surrounding area

Conservation charity Hong Kong Countryside Foundation gets government approval for Lai Chi Wo expansion, where it wants to restore 14 houses in 400-year-old Hakka village.

Shenzhen has designs on hosting key Beijing-backed science centre – and Lok Ma Chau Loop on Hong Kong border is part of the plan

Mainland city is eyeing status as country’s fourth Comprehensive National Science Centre, which could bring a steady stream of funding, research equipment and other support from Beijing.

29 Jan 2019 - 10:55PM
Shenzhen has designs on hosting key Beijing-backed science centre – and Lok Ma Chau Loop on Hong Kong border is part of the plan

Mainland city is eyeing status as country’s fourth Comprehensive National Science Centre, which could bring a steady stream of funding, research equipment and other support from Beijing.

President Xi Jinping visit to Macau confirmed as security chief issues stern warning against illegal activities threatening China’s security

Move to act against ‘illegal activities’ unveiled as it is announced President Xi will visit Macau later this year to celebrate 20th anniversary of its handover.

29 Jan 2019 - 11:03AM
President Xi Jinping visit to Macau confirmed as security chief issues stern warning against illegal activities threatening China’s security

Move to act against ‘illegal activities’ unveiled as it is announced President Xi will visit Macau later this year to celebrate 20th anniversary of its handover.

China’s industrial powerhouse Guangdong slashes growth target for 2019

Southeastern province, which includes the cities of Shenzhen and Guangzhou, aims for 6.0-6.5 per cent growth this year.

28 Jan 2019 - 11:01PM
China’s industrial powerhouse Guangdong slashes growth target for 2019

Southeastern province, which includes the cities of Shenzhen and Guangzhou, aims for 6.0-6.5 per cent growth this year.

China’s Guangdong province wants joint tech labs with Hong Kong and Macau in 2019

Governor Ma Xingrui vows to push ahead with ‘Greater Bay Area’ plan, calling it opportunity of historic significance.

28 Jan 2019 - 4:09PM
China’s Guangdong province wants joint tech labs with Hong Kong and Macau in 2019

Governor Ma Xingrui vows to push ahead with ‘Greater Bay Area’ plan, calling it opportunity of historic significance.

Ticket glitch leaves rail passengers stuck in Hong Kong as chaos hits start of annual Chinese holiday travel rush

Trains delayed for an hour and confusing announcements only make matters worse as China’s annual holiday travel rush gets under way.

27 Jan 2019 - 7:29PM
Ticket glitch leaves rail passengers stuck in Hong Kong as chaos hits start of annual Chinese holiday travel rush

Trains delayed for an hour and confusing announcements only make matters worse as China’s annual holiday travel rush gets under way.

Hong Kong’s youngsters more glued to their screens than 2 years ago and their physical fitness is alarmingly low, study finds

The ‘2018 Hong Kong Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth’ paints a bleak picture for the younger generation, prompting experts to call for a project to tackle the issues.

25 Jan 2019 - 11:27AM
Hong Kong’s youngsters more glued to their screens than 2 years ago and their physical fitness is alarmingly low, study finds

The ‘2018 Hong Kong Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth’ paints a bleak picture for the younger generation, prompting experts to call for a project to tackle the issues.

Talks to bring hungry mainland Chinese tourists for lunch at struggling Hong Kong shopping centre near border before starting shopping trips

Government has been discussing with The Boxes whether it is possible to amend visitors’ itineraries so they have lunch there before heading to other districts for shopping and sightseeing.

23 Jan 2019 - 10:29PM
Talks to bring hungry mainland Chinese tourists for lunch at struggling Hong Kong shopping centre near border before starting shopping trips

Government has been discussing with The Boxes whether it is possible to amend visitors’ itineraries so they have lunch there before heading to other districts for shopping and sightseeing.

Hong Kong Special Olympians given send-off ahead of the games in March

Acting chief executive Matthew Cheung presented the 103-strong delegation with the city flag at the Hong Kong Sports Institute on Tuesday.

22 Jan 2019 - 10:21PM
Hong Kong Special Olympians given send-off ahead of the games in March

Acting chief executive Matthew Cheung presented the 103-strong delegation with the city flag at the Hong Kong Sports Institute on Tuesday.

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