Hong Kong

Demonstrations took place at five locations across the city, as the government struggles to bring back people stranded abroad.
As people panic buy basic necessities, three men rob a Mong Kok grocery store of HKD$1,600 worth of bathroom tissue
Kwong Wing Catering says staff don’t speak Mandarin, in move seen as attempt to deter customers from mainland China
More than 100 people queued outside the newly opened Kai Tak rail station to board the inaugural service on the Tuen Ma line.
The Education Bureau announced classes would be suspended until at least March 16, so we asked readers, including those about to take the HKDSE, what they thought about this.
The Education Bureau also stated that a final decision had not yet been made regarding whether HKDSE exams would be postponed.
The sell-out tournament follows the Arts Festival and several pop concerts in postponing or pulling events due to the Covid-19 spread.
The Hong Kong Observatory also says to expect patches of rain for the next few days.
Diamond Princess cruise ship still in quarantine off coast of Japan while 2,000 Hongkongers stranded in Hubei ask government for help.
Doctors are divided as to whether eating the popular winter treat affects the likelihood of infection.
Pupils in Hong Kong and Shenzhen have mixed reactions as they try to stay on top of their studies during suspension of classes.