UPDATE: Regina Ip pulls out of Hong Kong’s chief executive race, insists it wasn’t because Beijing told her to
New People’s Party lawmaker and chairwoman Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee has withdrawn from the 2017 chief executive election as she failed to secure 150 nominations.
Former chief secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor formally submitted her nominations to the Registration and Electoral Office today.
If Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee fails to secure the required minimum of 150 nominations by the 5pm deadline today, she will drop out of the race to be Hong Kong's next chief executive.
Counselling organisation supervisors have expressed concern at the alarming number of student suicides in recent weeks.
The former financial secretary is a valid chief executive election candidate after submitting 160 nominations.
Belinda Ng was nervous as she walked out of the interview room for the Student of the Year Grand Prize final judging. She thought she had “messed up”.
A 16-year-old boy who went missing on Wednesday was found early Saturday morning.
Belinda Ng Tian-wing was crowned Student of the Year.
Scholars and students have mixed reactions to the latest budget address. Hong Kong’s latest budget did not offer cash handouts, as the Macau government has done in recent years.
A primary school teacher who assaulted a 10-year-old dyslexic student twice for failing to submit assignments has been given 80 hours of community service.