We’re rage junkies. It’s not enough to roll our eyes at a thing we don’t like. We have to find the thing and taunt it, tease it, torture it, like a bunch of bullies in a high school cafeteria
Maternity discrimination is rather unheard of in Hong Kong, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. Most people don’t think about it because they figure there are laws in place to stop any prejudices, but the reality is very different.
Recently, a local girl was found guilty on two counts of physical assault. The girl reportedly lost control and lashed out at a male classmate who had been bullying her for being fat for a long time.
Zhang Dejiang’s three-day visit to Hong Kong was useless, and to be frank, that’s putting it mildly. When he arrived, he claimed that he had “come to see, to listen and to speak”.
Ever since the US Supreme Court’s decision to legalise gay marriage, conservatives across the country have resisted the ruling by refusing to issue marriage licenses and other marital services to gay couples.
Back in October 2014, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying mentioned that some sectors, such as sport, do not “contribute to the economy”.
This year’s superhero movies show an obvious trend. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Captain America: Civil War both swap traditional hero-villain dynamics for heroes fighting each other.
Twenty-six years ago, the world called time on the international trade in elephant ivory, after it had halved African elephant populations within 15 years.
Watching officials scurrying around trying to find a solution to the awful problem of teen suicides points to how out of touch they are with Hong Kong’s youth.
China’s environmental problems are causing significant health and economic issues for the country. Coal burning is having a serious impact on people’s health.
A 7.3 earthquake hit Japan on April 16, causing chaos on the streets of Kumamoto. It left 48 dead, two missing, 3,129 injured, and 200,000 people homeless, forcing them to take refuge in emergency shelters.