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MANY of our opinion writers have expressed their feelings about the hot-button issue of sexual harassment. We’ve changed the format this week so that all of them can have their say.
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Hong Kong is often cited as a financial hub which leads the way in cutting-edge innovations such as fintech and artificial intelligence (AI). While this description is not entirely wrong, there’s another city that’s a better fit for the title: Singapore.
At a time of social upheaval and unrest, the pro-establishment bloc is facing a big problem: they have clearly failed to capture the hearts and minds of the new political generation.
Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor’s first policy address was generally well-received. Her 45-minute speech was a refreshing change from that of her predecessor Leung Chun-ying.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s ugly behaviour simply has no place in a civilised world.
Netizens all over the world were sent into a frenzy when it was reported that the Chinese government had blocked WhatsApp around September 25 this year.
It seems to me lots of people in Hong Kong love Macau more than they love the 852. They think our sister SAR does everything better. But what makes them think that way?
Alexandra Petri argues that the labelling of white male shooters as "lone wolves" lets society avoid the discomforting thought that killers are not "Something Else", but just like us.
The Beijing government recently announced it will no longer allow the import of 24 types of solid waste for recycling purposes, including waste paper.
The recent jailing of three Occupy student leaders and the removal of separatist banners from university campuses has led to claims of “political persecution” by the city’s pro-democracy camp.
Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced that a 30-member committee will be formed to investigate on issues of land supply and hopefully deliver a solution for the government.