Working in HK can be dangerous to your health. While the government and employers bicker about adopting standards accepted all over the industrialized world, overwork is killing people.
HK’s only major facility for screening art-house films, Broadway Cinematheque, turned 20 this year. Has it made a real difference to the city’s cultural scene though?
A research revealed that the city accommodates about 26 percent of all marine species recorded in China.
In an attempt to liberate local history from the pages of textbooks, four HK artists give century-old houses a temporary makeover.
As climate change continues to unleash increasing amounts of rain on the city, its engineers battle to keep one of the world’s best underground drainage systems up to the job.
The winter monsoon is bringing cold weather to HK, with the Observatory issuing this winter’s first Cold Weather Warning on Tuesday.
It was a year of the tremendous. Major political decisions were made. Riots happened. There was also a killer fire, Typhoon Haima and the supermoon. China Daily photographers made sure they were present where the news was.
The challenge faced by drug abusers in getting clean can seem insurmountable but recent findings have spurred society to understand their problem more thoroughly.
Chilly wind is cramping your style? China Daily suggests you take a walk in the city's mall.
This Christmas, China Daily invites you to share the joy of giving of to those in need.