The separatists have declared ‘war’ on the SAR and all sensible Hong Kong people have to fight and win it because the stakes are simply too high.
The recent election of Youngspiration candidates Yau Wai-ching and Sixtus ‘Baggio’ Leung Chung-hang is a demonstration that democracy in Hong Kong is just as dysfunctional.
Hong Kong can concentrate on the deployment of fiscal measures that have helped stoke economic growth in the past few years no matter if there's another delay of US rate hike.
The interest-rate sensitive property stocks took a heavy beating, dragging down the index in the following days.
One newspaper called him a “most unlikely pretender to high office”, a “dunderhead” with a “big mouth”, known for his “scattershot, impulsive style”.
There is a whole bunch of eco-sensitive restaurateurs in HK who have turned out to be strong advocates for a meatless existence.
LegCo president should ensure those refusing to follow the rules or failing to complete their oaths correctly automatically lose their status as lawmakers-elect.
In order to make a reasonable and impartial arrangement for all parties involved, a negotiation process is required. It is therefore unfair for the government to be the target of arbitrary accusations.
Apparently the Sixth LegCo swearing-in ceremony on Wednesday was just an opportunity for Yau and her fellow separatists to produce another offensive anti-China protest.
Ruling on the Hysan case may lead to the TPB introducing measures to address its administrative flaws which may further result in lengthening its vetting process.