Scotland take series with 53-run win against
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CricbuzzScotland take series with 53-run win against Hong KongCricbuzzA whole 50-over game given the recent string of washed out or truncated games in the British Isles came as a welcome change. After an anti-climatic end to the first One-Day International between Hong Kong and Scotland, that was called off with the ...Hong KongSportinglife.comScotland take series with MacLeod's tonESPNcricinfo.comall 7 news articles »
Posted on 10 September 2016 | 10:35 am
Recommended Reading: Snowden's escape from
EngadgetRecommended Reading: Snowden's escape from Hong KongEngadgetTheresa Tedesco, National Post. For two weeks in 2013, the most wanted man in the world hid from authorities. National Post has the story of how refugees helped hide Edward Snowden in the slums of Hong Kong before his eventual escape. This account of ...Edward Snowden thanks Hong Kong refugees for their courageChina Worker'He is one of us:' Snowden's lawyer on how whistleblower hid among refugees in Hong KongRTall 4 news articles »
Posted on 10 September 2016 | 9:31 am
Hong Kong nature-based outdoor activities -
Ballarat CourierHong Kong nature-based outdoor activitiesBallarat CourierStand at street level almost anywhere in Hong Kong and it can be hard to see the hills for the high rises. But this city's urban disguise hides a natural secret. Hong Kong is composed of around 70 per cent green space. It has 250 islands and more than ...and more »
Posted on 10 September 2016 | 8:34 am
What does Hong Kong's election result mean
TRT WorldWhat does Hong Kong's election result mean for its future?TRT WorldAs part of the terms of the handover agreement, Beijing assured that Hong Kong would retain its capitalist and liberal system for the next 50 years. But many Hong Kong citizens feel that China is now interfering with their personal freedom and ...What next for Hong Kong?CNBCElection earthquake shows the need to shake up Hong Kong politicsSouth China Morning PostBeijing's dilemma when it comes to Hong Kong's election: The more it pushes against it, the stronger the oppositionLos Angeles TimesGlobal Voices Online -Quartz -China Digital Timesall 106 news articles »
Posted on 10 September 2016 | 7:45 am
We won't pull our mooncakes yet, Hong Kong
South China Morning PostWe won't pull our mooncakes yet, Hong Kong brand insists despite exceeding Macau carcinogen levelSouth China Morning PostAccording to Hong Kong's Centre for Food Safety, aflatoxins are potent human carcinogens and associated with liver cancer. Some researchers suggest aflatoxin B1 runs a higher risk of causing cancer in people carrying the hepatitis B virus or hepatitis ...
Posted on 10 September 2016 | 7:26 am
Rare grey pearls to fetch up to $7 million
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HONG KONG: A rare grey pearl necklace that once belonged to a British aristocrat is expected to fetch up to $7 million when it goes under the hammer in Hong Kong, Sotheby’s said Friday. The string of pearls was part of the collection of Viscountess ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 10:07 pm
Free-scoring Lam aims high with Hong Kong
For many Asian players, even rubbing shoulders with global power like Manchester United would be a fond memory to cherish. But Hong Kong midfielder Lam Ka Wai can pride himself on a serious of brilliant displays against the Red Devils, including scoring ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 9:07 pm
China stocks extend rebound but banks lose
But gains in major indexes were tempered by weakness in banks, which reported virtually no profit growth in the first-half and mounting bad loans, adding to worries that the economy may be at risk of a sharper slowdown than earlier expected. The blue-chip ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 8:26 pm
Christian groups in Hong Kong feel new
HONG KONG — For years, Reverend Philip Woo, the feisty leader of a small Protestant church in Hong Kong, has delighted in testing the limits of China’s restrictive laws on religion. From his perch in the Chinese-ruled city, he has delivered fiery ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 6:00 pm
Hong Kong student leader Wong back in court
Hong Kong student leader Joshua Wong was back in court Friday over an anti-China protest, a day after he faced new charges related to a pro-democracy rally. Wong, 18, has accused the authorities of "political prosecution" as they hit him with a raft of cases.
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 4:04 pm