Hong Kong

Moves to challenge the Chinese government over the detention of Hong Kong booksellers on the mainland was inappropriate, chief executive-elect Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said.
The advice of some of the city’s top leaders fell flat at a youth forum last week where they tried to remind uninterested youngsters not to be so downhearted.
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Leung Kwok-hung did not declare the donation to Legco and prosecutors say he deliberately failed to do so.
Environmentalists have warned that the latest blueprint for developing Lantau might lead to illegal waste dumps in areas of precious wetland and on protected coastlines.
City’s first ever chief executive says youngsters need to better understand the mainland, and the economic opportunity it holds.
One quarter of primary and secondary school students already have dating experience, a report has shown.
Young people should guard against separatist ideas and learn the correct relationship between the city and the country, Beijing’s top official in Hong Kong said.
The imminent closure of a table tennis training centre in an industrial building in Tai Wai has sparked concerns from players and coaches, who have called on the government to find a proper space to train future athletes.
Polytechnic University is latest local institution to make the top 100, coming in at 95th in latest rankings; City University enters top 50 for first time.