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Launched on April 19, the 400 smart bicycles spread over Sha Tin, Tai Po and Ma On Shan, make for an eco-friendly alternative to buses or cars.
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The MTR Corporation is planning on relaxing some of its older by-laws, some which include banning filming with mobile phones, or not letting passengers swear when they’re on the train.
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Also, they had to use geographical perspectives to talk about social current issues.
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Finding your path in life is difficult no matter where you’re from; but it can feel extra tough when you’re shut out by the city you call home.
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Tang Kwai-sze was given an early Easter miracle. A 26-year-old clerk surnamed Cheng donated part of her liver in a successful transplant operation.
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Making HK-style milk tea, which represents two cultures fusing into one, takes skill.
Mary Magdalene wasn't who everyone seems to think she was
The man dragged off a United Airlines flight, sparking an international uproar, suffered a broken nose and concussion.
HK band calls track a ‘pure disgrace’ while teenage student says it shows another side of Hong Kong.
It is understood that a man who is not related to Tang Kwai-sze, a 43-year-old mother suffering from acute liver failure, donated part of his liver to Tang.
It’s highly individualised and personalised, and there’s no ‘one-size-fits-all' solution to its prevention …
When Estelle Tang discovered that she was talented in both taekwondo and shotput, the 17-year-old decided that she’d simply ace both sports rather than just pick one.
A teenage Hong Kong girl is exploring all means possible to save her dying mother who is waiting for a new liver.
The Haberma tingkok, slightly larger than a fingernail or less than a centimetre long, was spotted last summer crawling on the branches of mangroves in Ting Kok.