What can be the perfect ending to a sumptuous Chinese New Year meal? Something sweet and flavorful, of course. China Daily lists for you choices to indulge your sweet tooth.
It’s the Year of the Rooster! And, yes, Hongkongers love chicken. Chicken is a staple at family gatherings on the eve of Chinese New Year. China Daily takes a look at what makes it so special.
Scientists are closing in on colorectal cancer, a lethal form of cancer that is more prevalent than any other in the city.
Some folks just aren’t normal and don’t want to be. Take Linus Cheng Lin-hin, who gave up his work and set out to become the solitary traveler.
Sexually transmitted disease is running rampant in HK, a health issue exacerbated under a system focused on only two sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDS and hepatitis B.
At Fung Shing Chinese restaurant in Sheung Wan, the Cantonese cuisine they served is notably authentic and true to traditional methods of preparation and cooking.
China Daily suggests you create the air of warmth straight out of the steamer! What is Lunar New Year without a Chinese classic, after all?
The HK Arts Festival may not be as elitist and exclusive as is sometimes believed. In fact the organizers have been trying to reach out to the masses all along.
Former Financial Secretary John Tsang officially announced his bid in the 2017 Chief Executive election on Thursday. So far, five aspirants have announced their candidacies.
It’s hard to know what to believe any more. Fake news, some of it preposterous, has become a scourge of the new media, often sowing discord and confusion.