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Hong Kong's elderly cardboard collectors being sent packing
Her fingers are bent from 20 years of collecting cardboard from Hong Kong's streets, but Au Fung-lan said she has no desire to give up the grueling work.
20% of Hong Kong residents live in poverty
A record number of Hong Kong residents live in poverty, with one fifth of the population falling below the poverty line despite economic growth, according to new government figures.
Iran suffers defeat against Hong Kong in Asian Women’s U23 Volleyball Championship
The Iran women’s national under-23 volleyball team has suffered a bitter defeat at the second edition of Asian Women’s U23 Volleyball Championship in Thailand, going to Hong Kong.
Hong Kong 2016 GDP tops forecast
Hong Kong's economy grew at a slower pace of 1.9 percent in 2016 despite a pick-up to 3.1 percent year-on-year in the final quarter, Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po said in his maiden budget speech on Wednesday.
Pro-independence candidates win seats in Hong Kong’s poll
Several pro-independence candidates have won seats in Hong Kong's legislative council election, raising the stakes in the already tense relations with China.
Hong Kong officials remove Mong Kok barricades
Hong Kong authorities have cleared barricades at a major protest site which has been the scene of anti-election law demonstrations for nearly two months.

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