Maximum penalty of six months in jail and fine of HK$50,000 being considered in amendment to Smoking Ordinance.
Authorities at the post-secondary institutions reject 'pairing-up' activity and gift exchange that raised eyebrows.
Social media authors and corporate reviewers of official accounts self-censor while authorities clamp down on politically sensitive topics.
Perceived anti-China bias and lack of jobs both back home and in America leaves science students in the US with uncertain future
Reports suggest Chinese attendance at US schools is declining after years of growth.
“After feeling unwell I returned in haste from Australia and following tests I was diagnosed with leukaemia. I still can’t believe it myself, I’m in a state of confusion.”
Speak Up! Voice Competition winners highlight how society judges us based on our sound and confidence
Out of the many entrants who joined the Speak Up! Voice Competition, 14-year-old Tifany Fan and Shaik Mogdoom Rasmiyah, 16, were crowned last year’s winners.
Urban design expert Sunny Choi speaks about the benefits of vertical gardens, from helping to reduce pollution levels in cities, to allowing city-dwellers to reconnect with nature.
Two porpoise carcasses found on HK shores bring number of cases this year to 15 - a worrying trend, green group says
They were found in Tap Mun and Sai Kung, and conservationists warned that this figure is alarming.
If you’re all about aesthetics and appreciate a carefully-curated social media feed, here are five apps that will help you up your own Instagram story game.
Teen show jumper Edgar Fung on missing out on the Youth Olympics at the very last minute, and what he learned from bouncing back
The Pak Kau College student's horse unexpectedly went lame in Buenos Aires, but he's hoping to redeem himself at the Longines Masters.