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Both supporters and opponents of the ban posted messages on the university's ‘Democracy Wall’.
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City’s fortune-tellers predict problems for Carrie Lam, a slowing economy, transport woes, and infectious disease outbreaks.
The penultimate day of the Year of the Dog the second warmest second-last day of the lunar year in 96 years.
Some fear the plan will have a negative effect on the environment and heritage.
The tourists are taking up space in canteens and on shuttle buses, interrupting Hong Kong students' routines.
Teens suffering from anxiety can sign up for classes offering yoga and counselling sessions.
From laptop stickers inspired by Chinese slang to bubble tea holders with popular song lyrics, this year’s fair is full of creative flair.
Findings refute MTR Corp's own ongoing ultrasound readings.
Too much emphasis on higher education and not enough information on different career pathways among concerns.
Secretary for Labour and Welfare Law Chi-kwong says compiling figures could help policymaking and setting priorities for child policy.
The 12-screen multiplex in West Kowloon is the biggest in the city and opened in 2007 .