Missing Hong Kong schoolgirls, aged 12 and 14, found safe in Xiamen.
Legendary journalist Clare Hollingworth, who broke the news of the beginning of the second world war, dies in Hong Kong at 105
Hollingworth was a war correspondent. She covered conflicts in Vietnam, Algeria, the Middle East, Pakistan and India
Hong Kong university graduates are earning more in their first jobs, and feeling optimistic about the future
A survey released on Monday shows that Hong Kong’s fresh university graduates are earning more in their first job. The majority of these graduates found a job in three months and felt optimistic about their future.
A recent government report found there was no direct link between the education system and 71 student suicides between 2013 and 2016.
Core subjects of the senior secondary school curriculum should be trimmed, and more courses should be offered to students interested in advanced mathematics and science subjects.
Legislator Nathan Law Kwun-chung made a police report on Sunday night about being assaulted by pro-China protesters at the airport upon his return from Taiwan.
Alfonso Wong Kar-hei, better know by his pen name Wong Chak, was born on May 5, 1923, in Tianjin.
A six-year-old boy died in Tuen Mun Hospital after catching flu, the first such fatal case involving children this winter.
Joseph says most of his father’s original early works were thrown away, ruined or left in print shops.
The creator of one of Hong Kong’s most enduring comics, died on January 1.