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The collapse of the office space rental start-up is a wake up call for investors who have been blinded by the meteoric rise of other tech giants.
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It was a good win for Hong Kong's rule of law last Friday. Evangeline Banao Vallejos, a Filipina domestic worker who has lived here since 1986, won a legal challenge against ...
Villagers gather to protest against pollution from a solar panel factory in Haining, Zhejiang province, on September 17.
Say you are walking on the street with your younger brother, when the ground suddenly cracks and a tall brick wall rises up and surrounds you. What would you do?
A wave of popular demonstrations has been sweeping through the Arab world. Yemen has also been caught up in mass protests demanding reform and democracy.
A hunger strike campaign in India by 74-year-old activist Anna Hazare - calling for strong anti-corruption legislation - has ended successfully. He gained...
Just one glance at the boat pulling into Ocean Terminal last month was enough to tell you were looking at something revolutionary...
It took Japan more than 30 years of planning before the first Shinkansen "bullet train" went into service in 1964...
We've all been students - and I'm sure almost all of us have felt an emptiness in our chest when we've realised that most of the summer has passed...
Hong Kong students have a pressing concern. Should a subject on critical thinking be part of the curriculum?
Green messages and marketing are now more often seen in everyday life - nature conservation, recycling, waste treatment, energy efficiency and so on. Who is behind all these? In the...
In recent years, the public has become negative towards the upper class. Many people dislike the rich, thinking that they treat the poor unjustly and exploit them...