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Mourners pay tribute to the Queen at the Hong Kong consulate.
In Hong Kong, hundreds of people queued for almost five hours outside the British Consulate General to sign a book of condolences for Queen Elizabeth II.
Hong Kong Expands Art and Culture Venues
Hong Kong is increasing the number of its arts venues in an effort to enrich the quality of life. The new M+ museum of visual culture, is the centrepiece of the new West Kowloon Cultural District, and The Honk Kong Palace and Oi! project are all examples of Hong Kong new's cultural vision.
This European country is the most expensive to live and work abroad in
Looking for a cheaper city to live and work in as an expat? Head east - but forget about Hong Kong and this European country in particular.
The Hong Kong Art Fair features "affordable" artworks under $13,000.
Thousands of local and international contemporary artworks are presented at the 9th edition of Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong.
China's Xi defends Hong Kong rule on 25th anniversary of handover
China's leader defended his vision for the territory at events marking the 1997 handover from Britain, which accuses Beijing of trampling on human rights.
China blocks commemorations of Tiananmen in Hong Kong
Chinese authorities ramped up security Saturday to stop Hong Kongers marking the 33rd anniversary of Tiananmen Square, where pro-democracy protestors were violently suppressed.
New Hong Kong leader elected
The EU says the election of John Lee to replace Carrie Lam as leader of Hong Kong "violates democratic principles"
Hong Kong is finally reopening to tourists - but there’s a catch
Testing, quarantine and the threat of flight chaos are likely to stop tourists rushing to back to Hong Kong for now.
EU plays a ‘key role’ in Asian shark fin trade, study reveals
Global shark populations are declining rapidly with overfishing driving them towards extinction.
Overwhelmed Hong Kong hospitals set up outdoor wards
Two Hong Kong hospitals begin placing patients in beds outside their entrances, as medical facilities struggle to cope with the city's worst coronavirus wave to date.
Meet the calligrapher preserving Hong Kong's Chinese New Year crafts
In the run up to the Lunar New Year, Hong Kong's calligraphy artists set up on the streets. With brush and ink, they create traditional decorations that are a seasonal feature at homes and offices.
Hong Kong to kill 2,000 small animals after hamsters get COVID-19
Hong Kong authorities said that they will kill about 2,000 small animals, including hamsters, after several tested positive for COVID-19 at a pet store where an employee was also infected.
Hong Kong news site shuts as pro-Beijing lawmakers sworn in
One of the city’s last remaining pro-democracy news outlets announced its closure.
Hong Kong pro-democracy website Stand News closes after police raid
Stand News was one of the last remaining openly critical voices in Hong Kong following the shutdown of the Apple Daily newspaper.
Hong Kong university removes Tiananmen massacre statue
Over 100 pro-democracy activists have been arrested since Beijing implemented the national security law in Hong Kong.
Voter turnout plunges in Hong Kong under new election laws
Turnout was just over 30%. It was over 50% in 2012 and 2016.
Omicron resistant to two major vaccines, new study says
Two doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech and Sinovac COVID-19 vaccines may not be sufficient protection against the new variant, Hong Kong researchers said, calling on individuals to seek a third booster jab.
Hong Kong tycoon, two others convicted over Tiananmen vigil
The trio had previously pleaded not guilty to the charges, and will be sentenced at a later date.
In photos: Hong Kong’s newest must-see neighbourhood
The West Kowloon Cultural District is one of the largest cultural projects in the world.
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Meet the traveller 9 countries away from visiting every country in the world without flying