The Chief Executive election has successfully concluded. But tough jobs await the new administration. Many have already talked about the likelihood that there might not be a “honeymoon” period for the new administration.
The public was shocked last Saturday to see video footage circulated on the internet showing a frightening scene in a crowded Mong Kok shopping mall — dozens of people were seen sliding down a 45-meter-long escalator to the bottom where they were heaped upon each other.
Tim Collard notes that prosecuting those who organize a large, lengthy and disruptive protest cannot be described as a ‘crackdown’.
Hong Kong Television Broadcast, or TVB, has a place in the hearts of many Hong Kong people who grew up watching its once highly popular drama series and variety shows.
China's cellphone shipments increased to 560 millions last year, up 8 percent year-on-year, according to data from the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology.
The Republic of Korea has complained to the World Trade Organization about China's "countermeasures" in tourism and business for Seoul's decision to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense anti-missile system in the ROK.
The emergence of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank has had two major global implications. The first is in terms of additional availability of finance for regional infrastructure development.
Premier Li Keqiang's visit to Australia and New Zealand from March 22 to 29 was the first by a Chinese premier in 11 years.
Rent control can conceivably bring temporary relieve to the many young families who cannot afford the high cost of housing until the increase in development land, resulting from government efforts, can be translated into a significant increase in housing stock.
What’s even more puzzling is that some members of the opposition camp have warned that Hong Kong would be further divided because of the prosecution of “occupiers”.