New housing is springing up at One Victoria in Kowloon’s Kai Tak. Photo: Martin Chan
Hong Kong housing
Hong Kong 10-year housing target holds steady at 430,000 flats to be built
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Housing minister on Wednesday says public-private split to remain at 70-30 amid ongoing demand for government flats; number of residents living in poor conditions, meanwhile, set to grow.

New housing is springing up at One Victoria in Kowloon’s Kai Tak. Photo: Martin Chan
Hong Kong 10-year housing target holds steady at 430,000 flats to be built

Housing minister on Wednesday says public-private split to remain at 70-30 amid ongoing demand for government flats; number of residents living in poor conditions, meanwhile, set to grow.

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The melee in Central was captured on camera. Photo: Facebook
5 held over Lan Kwai Fong brawl involving Hongkonger’s current, former girlfriends

Four women in their 20s among those arrested over D’Aguilar Street violence that drew crowd of onlookers.

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Hong Kong man who stabbed 2 and bit off politician’s ear guilty of wounding

Joe Chen had claimed he blacked out immediately before the attacks and had no memory of what followed.

Joe Chen had claimed he blacked out immediately before the attacks and had no memory of what followed.

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Who are Hong Kong’s 2021 Legco candidates?

Ninety lawmakers are to be elected on the December 19 Legislative Council election, from 153 candidates running in three sets of constituencies.

Ninety lawmakers are to be elected on the December 19 Legislative Council election, from 153 candidates running in three sets of constituencies.

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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.

6 Dec 2021 - 8:01PM
Explainer | What is Hong Kong’s new health code and will it track users’ data?

Hong Kong residents with plans to cross the border can apply for new health code from December 10 and upload their visitation records from the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app.

Hong Kong residents with plans to cross the border can apply for new health code from December 10 and upload their visitation records from the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app.

3 Dec 2021 - 4:24PM
Tough travel rules ensure no Asian cities in top 10 tourist destinations

Paris and other European cities dominate the list compiled by Euromonitor International, owing to their more relaxed travel policies amid the pandemic.

Paris and other European cities dominate the list compiled by Euromonitor International, owing to their more relaxed travel policies amid the pandemic.

5 Dec 2021 - 9:30AM
Opinion | How Hong Kong can do its part to achieve COP26 goals
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Opinion | We can still make Christmas meaningful, Omicron-dashed plans aside
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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
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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.

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A house with a solar panel-covered rooftop at Hong Lok Yuen in Tai Po in July 2019. Using open space for solar panels and wind farms is one way Hong Kong can help the world achieve its climate change goals. Photo: Winson Wong
Opinion | How Hong Kong can do its part to achieve COP26 goals

While the UN climate change conference fell short of the needed commitments, it still showed a way forward for Hong Kong’s climate action plan. The window to keep the 1.5-degree goal alive is closing fast, but it is still achievable if we act with urgency and commitment.

7 Dec 2021 - 8:15AM
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.

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
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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

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