The blunder occurred at Tuen Mun Hospital last week. Photo: SCMP
Hong Kong health care and hospitals
Hong Kong hospital apologises after man dies from undiagnosed heart attack
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Tuen Mun Hospital admits to failures in clinical judgments and communication with the 57-year-old patient’s family.

The blunder occurred at Tuen Mun Hospital last week. Photo: SCMP
Hong Kong hospital apologises after man dies from undiagnosed heart attack

Tuen Mun Hospital admits to failures in clinical judgments and communication with the 57-year-old patient’s family.

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Education brain drain an ‘imminent issue’, warns Hong Kong leader’s top adviser
5 Dec 2021 - 10:17PM
Nearly half of unvaccinated Hongkongers say they will not get jabbed: survey
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Hong Kong schools have been losing teachers and pupils. Photo: Winson Wong
Education brain drain an ‘imminent issue’, warns Hong Kong leader’s top adviser

Executive Council convenor Bernard Chan says Hong Kong faces problem over movement of pupils and teachers, with some leaving for family reasons.

5 Dec 2021 - 10:17PM
Coronavirus pandemic
Nearly half of unvaccinated Hongkongers say they will not get jabbed: survey

However, a healthy majority of residents say they are ready to transition away from the city’s zero-Covid approach to a strategy of living with the coronavirus.

However, a healthy majority of residents say they are ready to transition away from the city’s zero-Covid approach to a strategy of living with the coronavirus.

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Overseas Schools
British schools ‘turning away Hong Kong children’ amid record enrolments

‘Too many Hong Kong applicants,’ say some British schools that prefer a mix of foreign students.

‘Too many Hong Kong applicants,’ say some British schools that prefer a mix of foreign students.

5 Dec 2021 - 9:30PM
5 Dec 2021 - 7:23PM
Heart, skill and wits: what it takes to defuse a crisis, prevent a suicide
5 Dec 2021 - 9:53PM
Hong Kong’s basis to exist as special region ‘depends on Chinese constitution’
British schools ‘turning away Hong Kong children’ amid record enrolments
5 Dec 2021 - 9:30PM
Heart, skill and wits: what it takes to defuse a crisis, prevent a suicide
5 Dec 2021 - 7:23PM
Hong Kong’s basis to exist as special region ‘depends on Chinese constitution’
5 Dec 2021 - 9:53PM
Omicron variant: Hong Kong to ban non-residents from three more countries

Japan, Portugal and Sweden will be added to Hong Kong’s list of Group A high-risk places for Covid-19, effective Friday, after Omicron cases were recorded in the three countries.

Japan, Portugal and Sweden will be added to Hong Kong’s list of Group A high-risk places for Covid-19, effective Friday, after Omicron cases were recorded in the three countries.

1 Dec 2021 - 8:30AM
Omicron ‘must be kept out of community’; Hong Kong logs 3 Covid-19 cases

Government adviser David Hui says quarantine hotels should step up their efforts to prevent cross infections, while infectious disease expert Leung Chi-chiu says the government should discourage travel.

Government adviser David Hui says quarantine hotels should step up their efforts to prevent cross infections, while infectious disease expert Leung Chi-chiu says the government should discourage travel.

28 Nov 2021 - 8:12PM
Omicron variant: Hong Kong tightens entry rules for countries with cases

Health officials say all countries with reported infections of the new variant will be moved to highest-risk tier for entry.

Health officials say all countries with reported infections of the new variant will be moved to highest-risk tier for entry.

30 Nov 2021 - 8:35PM
Opinion | We can still make Christmas meaningful, Omicron-dashed plans aside
5 Dec 2021 - 1:30PM
My Hong Kong | Why late actress and singer Anita Mui is so loved by Hongkongers

Hong Kong’s beloved Anita Mui died 18 years ago, but her spirit lives on in the city and among her fans. Her rags-to-riches story is told in the recently released biopic Anita.

4 Dec 2021 - 11:00AM
Opinion | It’s Hong Kong’s duty to accommodate our disabled, at work and elsewhere
4 Dec 2021 - 8:15AM
Opinion | Why Chinese scientists in US should consider a move to Hong Kong
3 Dec 2021 - 8:15AM
The Naked Truth | Quarantining with your partner? A daily ‘happy hour’ can help, says expert

There are ways to get the most out of quarantine time with your partner and avoid conflicts, from a screen-free daily ‘happy hour’ to respecting one another’s personal space.

28 Nov 2021 - 4:15AM
My Hong Kong | Leave our ‘fuk’ alone, it represents one of Chinese people’s greatest values

The brouhaha over Hong Kong-based Fok Hing Gin’s name in the UK highlights a lack of cultural awareness about a word that means ‘fortune’ or ‘good luck’ in Chinese.

20 Nov 2021 - 10:45AM
City Beat | 2 hit songs reflect mainland Chinese sentiment over Hong Kong, Taiwan policy

Communique at end of Chinese Communist Party’s sixth plenum touched on city and self-ruled island for the first time, putting both under spotlight.

16 Nov 2021 - 10:16AM
Media preview of the Hong Kong WinterFest Christmas Town at West Kowloon Cultural District, West Kowloon on November 25. Photo: Sam Tsang
Opinion | We can still make Christmas meaningful, Omicron-dashed plans aside

Covid-19 has upended travel plans and traditions, added to fears and reminded us of how, after so many health crises, we are still failing to protect the vulnerable. This Christmas, make looking to how we can help those in need, volunteering and donating to charities a tradition.

5 Dec 2021 - 1:30PM
My Hong Kong | Why late actress and singer Anita Mui is so loved by Hongkongers

Hong Kong’s beloved Anita Mui died 18 years ago, but her spirit lives on in the city and among her fans. Her rags-to-riches story is told in the recently released biopic Anita.

Hong Kong’s beloved Anita Mui died 18 years ago, but her spirit lives on in the city and among her fans. Her rags-to-riches story is told in the recently released biopic Anita.

4 Dec 2021 - 11:00AM
Why late actress and singer Anita Mui is so loved by Hongkongers
Opinion | It’s Hong Kong’s duty to accommodate our disabled, at work and elsewhere

As poverty and job challenges grow, Hong Kong should change its laws so workplaces and other important areas in society provide reasonable accommodation for disabled people – a change that need neither be costly nor burdensome.

As poverty and job challenges grow, Hong Kong should change its laws so workplaces and other important areas in society provide reasonable accommodation for disabled people – a change that need neither be costly nor burdensome.

4 Dec 2021 - 8:15AM
It’s Hong Kong’s duty to accommodate our disabled, at work and elsewhere

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