Schools are setting too much for students to do and not leaving enough time for celebrating, says the city’s Secretary for Education.
Lawmakers voted to make buying or selling elephant ivory in Hong Kong illegal, and both wildlife conservation groups and student activists are thrilled.
A US congressional group has nominated three Hong Kong activists for the Nobel Peace Prize, in a highly controversial move likely to annoy Beijing.
Visit the Maritime Silk Road to discover ancient treasures, knowledge and the significant role we played on trade
From now until March 4, you can check out why trade routes in the sea made China such a powerful country during the Ming dynasty.
Temperatures in some parts of Hong Kong fell to minus 1 degree Celsius, with cool spell expected to continue for seven days.
Second 450kg wartime bomb safely defused by the HK Police’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal Bureau early this morning
In an overnight operation, bomb disposal officers cut through shell of device and burn off explosives inside.
The HKDSE exam isn’t perfect but it cannot be replaced altogether, says Hong Kong’s education lawmaker
Ip Kin-yuen says the teaching and learning of the DSE curriculum can be improved to make it less stressful for students.
Hong Kong NGO Arts with the Disabled Association has its own rock band - proving that art has no barriers to entry
Rock band Omega want to show that disabilities don’t have to stop you from doing what you love.
Offices evacuated, ferries cancelled, roads closed and school sports meeting cut short as police begin operation expected to last through the night.
Look to the skies tonight for three magical lunar events taking place all at the same time, something that was last seen more than 150 years ago.