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China’s Communist Party today opens its 19th National Congress today, the most important political meeting for the past five years.
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Beijing launched the world’s first quantum satellite yesterday, which will help it establish “hack-proof” communications between space and the ground.
Canadian swimming commentator Byron MacDonald has apologised for his on-air remarks that a Chinese swimmer “died like a pig” after China lost to Canada.
The last person you’d expect to make a film about Hong Kong school life is probably Checkley Sin Kwok-lam, the martial arts-loving finance tycoon behind Ip Man.
Four people, including at least two Hong Kong journalists, were sent to jail in Shenzhen for running an illegal business, after they sent copies of their political magazines to the mainland.
Hong Kong police yesterday ­offered personal protection to Lam Wing-kee, while maintaining that there is a lack of evidence that the bookseller was in danger.
The first ever Chinese graduate to speak at Harvard’s commencement ceremony on handling culture shock, and how education changed his destiny.
Macau’s giant panda Xin Xin, a gift from the mainland in 2014, gave birth to twin cubs on Sunday.
Hongkonger Pradyumn Dayal is doing his best to make sure everyone has equal access to success.
Causeway Bay bookseller Lam Wing-kee finally returned to Hong Kong on Tuesday and requested that police drop their investigation into his disappearance.
Zhang Dejiang, who chairs China's communist-controlled legislature, makes a quick speech to the media upon arrival at HK International Airport.