Sophie VI, built by a team at the Institute of Vocational Education, hit the city’s roads for the first time on Sunday.
This is why it's a good thing that Chinese language requirements are to be lowered for 22 Hong Kong government jobs
Ethnic minorities who struggle with the local language will be able to apply for government positions previously denied to them.
Teenagers may not always respond well to parents and teachers lecturing them about the dangers of drug abuse, but what if the advice came from videos made by their peers?
Company hopes its new service will make e-payments, rather than cash, the norm for cab rides in Hong Kong
Hong Kong national ski team’s nine young athletes, aged 12 to 21, gathered in Yabuli, Heilongjiang Province of China for their first official gathering and training session on Sunday in preparation for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
With another cold front on the way, a respiratory specialist warns asthma sufferers about the increased danger of attacks.
Jasper the therapy dog is back at the University of Hong Kong and he's staying for the rest of the term
The English sheepdog will be on hand during the stressful exam period, in addition to unscheduled "Jasper Sightings" starting now.
Hong Kong secretary for education reassures concerned students DSE fee waivers will not be a problem.
Police arrest 79-year-old after video showed Cantonese row between elderly woman and domestic helper.
Hong Kong’s universities hope to turn the #MeToo movement into a reality on their campuses.