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Thousands of Hong Kong citizens defied the government's move to ban the anthem "Glory to Hong Kong" by singing the song born out of massive pro-democracy protests in 2019.
Hong Kong journalist wins rare victory for media freedom in court
The award-winning reporter Bao Choy was found guilty of deceiving the government in 2021. But on Monday, a judge ruled in the journalist's favour, quashing her conviction and setting aside the sentence.
Global tributes mark 34th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre
Demonstrators across the world took to the streets on Sunday to commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre. From Hong Kong to London, rallies, vigils and protests were held in tribute to the victims of Beijing's pro-democracy crackdowns.
Watch: Hong Kong bun festival returns
Climbers scramble up the 14-metre-high (45-feet-high) bamboo tower covered with imitation steamed buns during Hong Kong's annual colourful Bun Festival, which makes its return to the island of Cheung Chau after three years of a pandemic-induced hiatus.
Airline crew accused of discriminating against non-English speakers
The crew worked for Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific airline.
Hong Kong is giving away 500,000 free flight tickets
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Hong Kong's bamboo scaffolders preserve an ancient green technique
Intricate bamboo webs are still part of the cityscape in Hong Kong - where brave students are keeping the sustainable skill alive.
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Some of the world's last bamboo scaffolders are keeping the ancient tradition alive in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong set to make history by hosting first-ever Gay Games in Asia
The event is designed to promote diversity and inclusion and Chinese organisers say they are committed to providing an accepting environment for participants.
'Art Paris' marks 25th anniversary as French market fears tax hike
'Art Paris' runs from 30 March through to 2 April in the French capital. It comes as French artists express concern over an EU tax hike on art sales.
Screening of Winnie-the-Pooh slasher film cancelled in Hong Kong
The (agressively mediocre) slasher film 'Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey' has been cancelled in Hong Kong for “technical” reasons. In reality, it's yet another display of censorship obsessed with the startling likeness between Xi Jinping and Pooh
China welcomes overseas visitors for the first time in three years
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Taiwan lifts COVID-19 border rules after more than two years
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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
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