The 471-room hotel was meant to have opened in June but was delayed because of a number of reasons including its cash-strapped contractor.
Changes needed to Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge’s shuttle bus service after thousands of passengers kept waiting for hours
According to the Hong Kong’s Immigration Department, almost 78,000 people crossed the border at the bridge’s Hong Kong Port on Sunday.
MTR to offer 50% off train fares to compensate passengers following worst ever train service breakdown
The discount is to make up for the signalling faults on October 16.
Property tycoon proposes to link land masses, creating 3,000 hectares for housing near Lantau and Lamma
Local pastry chef Yuki Chan Hoi-ying, 22, shares her secret to creating delicious vegan desserts.
As the morning session of the Inter-school Swimming Competition Finals (Division One) has concluded, 12 new records had been set.
From improving the elderly's mobility to having fun: how HK teens are using motion-sensing technology in their inventions
Hong Kong teens are finding new ways to use motion-sensing technology. Some have made a video game that can help the elderly become less likely to fall over, and a mobile app that teaches users how to play the guitar.
HK students on the Children's Council experience first-hand what really goes on in the Legislative Council
This year’s participants discuss the challenges of turning ideas into policies as they take on the role of legislative councillors.
Education University of Hong Kong’s vice-president says they are taking a more holistic approach and looking beyond youngsters’ grades.
Anew set of postage stamps will be released on November 9 to celebrate Ying Wa College’s 200th anniversary, the Hongkong Post announced on Thursday.