Attendance was capped at 50% of normal capacity - but women got in half price.
Costume designer and actor Edmond Kok has created more than 170 experimental face masks, inspired both by the pandemic and Hong Kong's own political problems.
Hong Kong pro-democracy media mogul Jimmy Lai was released on bail over a day after he and other critics of China were rounded up by police as part of a widening crackdown on dissent.
As technology companies race to put self-driving vehicles on the road, some Chinese companies are launching taxi pilot projects in cities.
The World Record Certification Agency said it's "the biggest one around the world".
China was among the first countries to successfully contain and control the Covid-19, and consequently Chinese businesses had a headstart in finding ways to adapt to the new reality.
Revellers were eating and drinking together, watching shows and fireworks and sampling the more than 1,500 types of beer available.
The United Nations Secretary General delivered a powerful speech to students at a university in China.
The Caterpillar Fungus has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 2,000 years.
Critics blame the disaster on rampant overdevelopment and poor water conservancies policies.
Hong Kong had already experienced the SARs outbreak. So it was ready and prepared when COVID-19 struck. It acted swiftly with health and safety measures, but also with a lot of homegrown tech, to contain the outbreak
it comes just a week after Beijing imposed a tough new law on the city that gives police sweeping powers to conduct searches without warrants and order internet service providers and platforms to remove messages.
As the world struggles with the coronavirus pandemic, Spotlight explores how Hong Kong's start-up and cultural scene is adapting.