Yip Man, or Ip Man, is well-known for being the founder of wing chun in Hong Kong. He’s the one who brought the martial art over from Guangdong after the Chinese Civil War in 1949.
Ken Tsang drops appeal, accepts five-week sentence for pouring liquid on Hong Kong police during Occupy Central
Activist Ken Tsang Kiu-chiu started serving his five-week jail term yesterday after dropping the appeal against his conviction for assaulting police during an Occupy protest in 2014.
Environment minister explains household waste disposal plan, which could have locals using prepaid bags by 2019.
How one Maryknoll Convent School security guard's random act of kindness helped a HKDSE student complete his exam
This student, whose Facebook post has received close to 10,000 likes, went back to MCS the next day to thank the guard
From Barbie to the watermelon ball, the Legend of Hong Kong Toys takes us back to the time when this city was Toy Town
Flip over your favourite toy and chances are you’ll see “Made in China”, or maybe “Vietnam” or “Japan”. But why don’t we ever see “Made in Hong Kong”? Aren’t we a commercial hub?
Louise Soloway Chan stood in Sai Ying Pun MTR station in the early hours of the morning and witnessed the crowning moment of six years of hard work.
The convictions of seven policemen last month for beating pro-democracy activist Ken Tsang Kin-chiu during the Occupy protests in 2014 has reignited a push to make insulting a police officer a crime.
Police officer Ifzal Zaffar convinces a man not to kill himself by talking to him in Urdu, the language of Pakistan.
A local university has stopped an organisation from setting up a polling station as part of a mock ballot for the city’s next leader.
Experts say the company is in financial trouble because it hasn't adapted to be as good as its competitors.