• Many in Hong Kong look to emigrate: poll
    When activists began setting fire to rubbish bins and hurling bricks at police during a February riot in Hong Kong, Chris Lee became more convinced his decision to leave his siblings and mother behind and move to Taiwan was the right one.

    Hong Kong, long known as one of the safest and most law-abiding cities in Asia, has become increasingly polarised with occasional violent protests, fuelled in part by tensions with Communist Party leaders in Beijing over the Chinese-ruled city's democratic future
  • Kowloon project extends Hong Kong’s property recovery but downturn may return
    Buyers snapped up nearly all the units offered at a small residental property project in Kowloon amid an ongoing market recovery, but agents warned that rising supply and economic uncertainties could derail the price rebound later in the year.
  • MTR Passenger Puffs on cigarettes, drinks beer on busy train
    A man was filmed filling an MTR train with cigarette smoke and bad vibes over the weekend, sparking the fury of his fellow passengers.
    A woman surnamed Leung told Apple Daily she noticed the smell of smoke as soon as she boarded the Kwun Tong Line train at Yau Tong, at around 6:30pm on Saturday.