Hong Kong faces acute shortage of hospital beds and doctors. China Daily takes a detailed look at the situation.
A rich variety of art from home and abroad arrived on the city’s streets in 2016. But is HK ready for a public art revolution yet?
Eight people were injured in a chemical spill at a lab in Tai Po on Dec 6, 2016. China Daily takes a look at the spilled substance hydrogen peroxide and the regulation of it in Hong Kong.
Parker Zheng freezes moments from the impromptu carnival that is Sai Yeung Choi Street on weekends.
The central govt published its first white paper on traditional Chinese medicine today. China Daily takes a look at where Hong Kong stands.
A number of green groups are turning trash to treasure for HK’s underprivileged families.
Chan Hong-ming’s job is indispensable out at the track. He’s the one who makes the shoes that keep the thoroughbreds running at top speed.
This winter, China Daily suggests you take a walk in the city's malls.
How many times has a lead character grown exponentially more beautiful the closer she gets to death? The answer is: many.
The story of Gruffalo, the favorite monster of 3-to-5-year-olds the world over, will play on a HK stage in the New Year. Evelyn Yu gets a feel of the excitement in the air in the lead-up to the event.