Tiffany Liang

Hong Kong

Tiffany Liang

Reporter, Hong Kong

Tiffany joined the Post in 2021, and covers Hong Kong-mainland relations, public policies and political issues. Prior to joining the Post, she was a reporter at The Washington Post, Ming Pao and HK01. She holds a Master's Degree in International Journalism Studies from the Baptist University of Hong Kong.

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Hong Kong pet shop owners cry foul over Covid-19 hamster cull, say closures will hurt business

‘I didn’t expect any financial compensation from the government, but the time and love involved in taking care of those hamsters are priceless to me,’ says Louis Yeung, a pet shop owner.

‘I didn’t expect any financial compensation from the government, but the time and love involved in taking care of those hamsters are priceless to me,’ says Louis Yeung, a pet shop owner.

20 Jan 2022 - 9:13PM
Coronavirus: Visitor numbers for Hong Kong continue to plunge as tourism lawmaker calls for clear criteria on border opening plans

Tourism sector lawmaker says mainland only hope for business, calls on government to specify criteria for border reopening.

Tourism sector lawmaker says mainland only hope for business, calls on government to specify criteria for border reopening.

17 Jan 2022 - 11:09PM
Coronavirus fitness boom: more new gyms as Hong Kong retail rentals slide, with sharp rise in 24-hour centres

But operators take a deep breath as latest round of social-distancing measures force gyms to close

But operators take a deep breath as latest round of social-distancing measures force gyms to close

15 Jan 2022 - 5:38PM
Coronavirus: struggling Hong Kong firms left ‘speechless’ by ‘peanuts’ HK$3.5 billion aid package

Industry players say subsidies insufficient to cover losses and operational costs, hope for curbs to be lifted as soon as possible.

Industry players say subsidies insufficient to cover losses and operational costs, hope for curbs to be lifted as soon as possible.

15 Jan 2022 - 5:53PM
Omicron: new HK$4 billion relief package for Hong Kong businesses falls far short of what is needed, industry figures say

With 15 types of premises shut for at least two weeks, unions argue HK$6.3 billion is needed for affected workers.

With 15 types of premises shut for at least two weeks, unions argue HK$6.3 billion is needed for affected workers.

11 Jan 2022 - 11:41PM
Coronavirus Hong Kong: health experts break with city leader by calling for civil servants to work from home, suspension of in-person classes

City to tighten social-distancing rules in coming days, but Chief Executive Carrie Lam holding off from forcing government employees to work from home and suspending in-person learning, a decision health experts view as a mistake.

City to tighten social-distancing rules in coming days, but Chief Executive Carrie Lam holding off from forcing government employees to work from home and suspending in-person learning, a decision health experts view as a mistake.

6 Jan 2022 - 10:00AM
Hong Kong’s vaccination drive gets shot in arm amid rush for jabs as new rules loom, with some fearing restaurant ban equals ‘no meaning in life’

Tuesday’s first-dose daily rate of 18,013 hits four-month high, with many choosing Sinovac jab out of concern over stronger side effects from BioNTech vaccine.

Tuesday’s first-dose daily rate of 18,013 hits four-month high, with many choosing Sinovac jab out of concern over stronger side effects from BioNTech vaccine.

5 Jan 2022 - 11:20AM
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam oversees swearing in of 90 new lawmakers, launching first Legislative Council of ‘patriots-only’ era

Proceedings pass without any of the improper oath-taking antics of the 2016 ceremony, though two lawmakers-elect ordered to repeat their vows over missing words.

Proceedings pass without any of the improper oath-taking antics of the 2016 ceremony, though two lawmakers-elect ordered to repeat their vows over missing words.

3 Jan 2022 - 11:21PM
Tens of thousands gather in Hong Kong to ring in 2022, with revellers hoping for end to Covid-19 pandemic and a return to normality in new year

Many of those waiting to ring in new year hope for end to pandemic and return to normality in the coming 12 months.

Many of those waiting to ring in new year hope for end to pandemic and return to normality in the coming 12 months.

1 Jan 2022 - 2:43PM
Coronavirus: Hong Kong confirms 14 new imported cases; Cathay Pacific gets 2-week ban for Toronto and Los Angeles routes after infections among passengers

But government pandemic adviser suggests three-day hotel requirement does not go far enough as city attempts to keep new Omicron variant out.

But government pandemic adviser suggests three-day hotel requirement does not go far enough as city attempts to keep new Omicron variant out.

29 Dec 2021 - 10:49PM
Maintaining stability, improving livelihoods should take precedence over democratic development in Hong Kong, think tank leader says

Tsinghua University law professor Wang Zhenmin says resources should be used to develop the economy and improve people’s livelihoods after recent political upheavals.

Tsinghua University law professor Wang Zhenmin says resources should be used to develop the economy and improve people’s livelihoods after recent political upheavals.

27 Dec 2021 - 9:27PM
Hong Kong police seize record 1.2 tonnes of ketamine worth HK$840 million in biggest single bust, 4 arrested in raid on pier

Four suspects, aged 32 to 47, detained at Sam Ka Tsuen Ferry Pier in Yau Tong on Thursday morning.

Four suspects, aged 32 to 47, detained at Sam Ka Tsuen Ferry Pier in Yau Tong on Thursday morning.

25 Dec 2021 - 8:29PM
Victoria Harbour steps give Hongkongers a chance to get close to water as extension boosts promenade length to 7.4km

New 280-metre extension brings continuous length of promenade along the north shore of Hong Kong Island to 7.4km by linking two existing sections.

New 280-metre extension brings continuous length of promenade along the north shore of Hong Kong Island to 7.4km by linking two existing sections.

24 Dec 2021 - 8:00PM
‘Dread and terror’ or ‘happy, relaxed’? Body language experts break down Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam’s meeting with Xi Jinping

One observer says chief executive was bundle of nerves at face-to-face meeting with Chinese president, but another finds her to be at ease.

One observer says chief executive was bundle of nerves at face-to-face meeting with Chinese president, but another finds her to be at ease.

23 Dec 2021 - 10:29PM
Chinese President Xi Jinping praises Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam for election, Covid-19 work, but she comes away empty-handed on border reopening

Xi says Beijing’s revamp has enabled Hongkongers to exercise their democratic rights and be ‘masters of their own home’.

Xi says Beijing’s revamp has enabled Hongkongers to exercise their democratic rights and be ‘masters of their own home’.

23 Dec 2021 - 10:39AM
Hong Kong leader pushed to give residents ‘greater sense of gain’, praised for pandemic, recovery efforts during duty visit to Beijing

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang acknowledges Carrie Lam’s efforts on pandemic, economy, but offers no comment on Sunday’s Legislative Council election during brief remarks.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang acknowledges Carrie Lam’s efforts on pandemic, economy, but offers no comment on Sunday’s Legislative Council election during brief remarks.

22 Dec 2021 - 4:47PM
New Hong Kong lawmakers representing former opposition strongholds vow to hear needs of residents, work for all constituents

Lawmakers for social welfare, education and health services sectors say they will continue to reach out to the community, work to advance interests of their respective industries.

Lawmakers for social welfare, education and health services sectors say they will continue to reach out to the community, work to advance interests of their respective industries.

21 Dec 2021 - 9:28PM