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Police force considering spraying liquid dye at radical protesters to make identifying suspects easier.
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New multi-route tactic intends to divert police attention and resources.
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Some of the 2,500 locals who gathered in Terminal One handed out leaflets to locals and tourists arriving in the city.
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Swimmers are being told to take care at beaches and pools amid a shortage of some 400 lifeguards.
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Tiger So Fu is a master at the sport of mountain biking.
The sport of mountain biking has been thriving on the hilly landscapes of Hong Kong. Biking veteran Tiger So Fu tells Young Post about popular local routes and the precautions you should...
Lantau residents enjoy the beach on the island.
Even without mentioning Mickey Mouse, Space Mountain, Chek Lap Kok airport and Tong Chong's shopping outlets, two Lantau islanders can tell a gripping tale about their long-time home.
Vivienne Tam is flanked by Clement Mak Kai-hang, left, and Chui Tsz-ching, right and the three other students that created the best five T-shirts.
Vivienne Tam's self-named label is worn by millions of people around the world, from Hong Kong to New York to London. Now the renowned designer is helping budding Hong Kong designers to...
Goalkeeper Eric Ching in action.
Goalkeeper Eric Ching Man-chun always has his eyes on the ball rather than the goal as he tries to stop opponents from scoring in matches.
(From top) A red lampshade seen at wet markets; a public housing estate; a pawnshop's bright red and green neon sign; a sturdy nylon bag that symbolises hardworking Hongkongers; and a minibus.
Hong Kong is well known for its world-class skyline, the Star Ferry, dim sum and its lumbering trams. But these are not the only symbols of the Pearl of the Orient, as...
Mo Zhi, of the Hong Kong Archaeological Society, with artefacts found at Mong Tseng Wai in 2001.
Last month, amateur archaeologists discovered a late-Qing dynasty (1644-1911) spittoon and pieces of pottery at a drainage repair site in Mong Kok. These discoloured stone fragments can help...
The imported egg is average in taste; The wet market egg is lacking in flavour; The music egg comes top in the test; The music eggs in local organic shops are solid.
We know about free-range eggs produced by chickens that roam freely in a farmyard. But now there are "music eggs" produced by birds that listen to music. These hens are...
Hong Kong Under-19 cricket squad members, (left to right) Ruchitha Venkatesh, Annie Ho Hung-ying, Kiki Kan Hoi-ki and Mariko Hill.
Cricket- once widely regarded by Hong Kong's Chinese population as a man's sport played by foreigners- has been successfully beating stereotypes among teenagers in the city.
Hong Kong is home to a variety of beetle species from scarab beetles to the newly discovered tiger beetle and the Mai Po bent-winged firefly.
Beetles are everywhere. In fact, they account for a quarter of all life forms on Earth, with some 400,000 species.
Wushu athlete Wyatt Lee Kin-fai, 17, who is a double Asian champion.
Perseverance has finally paid off for 17-year-old wushu star Wyatt Lee Kin-fai. It paid off handsomely, too, with the martial artist becoming a double Asian junior champion.