Curtain raised on Hong Kong’s new Chinese opera venue but row over high rents for Xiqu Centre strikes sour note
Hong Kong’s new performing arts venue dedicated to Xiqu, or Chinese opera, hit a sour note, ...
Two troubled skiers from Hong Kong were rescued at a popular Japanese ski destination after taking ...
Protesting Hong Kong nurses demand action over manpower shortages, saying public hospitals need more staff not money
Hong Kong authorities must hire more nurses to tackle an ongoing manpower crisis at public ...
Hong Kong company seeks to inject fun into social housing by creating themed homes based on personal talent
With classic pieces such as a Beatles vinyl record, a 1960s wooden radio and colourful decor ...
It’s one thing to raise retirement age but what are elderly unskilled workers in Hong Kong going to do in Knowledge Age economy?
The old saying that it is rare for one to live up to 70 years no longer applies, ...
Public policy think tank SynergyNet to close after 17 years from lack of funds and unfavourable environment in Hong Kong
A think tank founded 17 years ago by Hong Kong’s former housing minister is to cease ...
Give older people more opportunities if you want them to stay in work, experts tell Hong Kong government, in wake of welfare payment controversy
Hong Kong officials need to create more opportunities and policies to help less educated people ...
Hong Kong’s Central-Wan Chai Bypass opens to traffic – but industry observers warn the real test comes on Monday
Hong Kong’s long-awaited Central-Wan Chai Bypass provided a smooth ride as it opened to ...
26 more kindergartens and childcare centres to shut for a week amid Hong Kong flu outbreaks, bringing total to 234
Health authorities on Saturday told 26 more Hong Kong kindergartens and childcare centres to shut ...