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Raymond Chow, Hong Kong producer who found Bruce Lee, dies at 91
Legendary Hong Kong film producer Raymond Chow, who introduced Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan to the world and the 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' to the big screen, died at 91.
Thousands protest proposed artificial islands for Hong Kong housing
Thousands took to the streets in Hong Kong Sunday to protest a government plan to build new housing on artificial islands, claiming the "white elephant" project will damage the environment and line the pockets of developers.
Hong Kong, southern China clean up after super typhoon
The financial hub of Hong Kong began clearing up after being battered by one of the strongest typhoons in recent years, with financial markets and offices operating as normal.
Typhoon Mangkhut sends debris flying as it approaches Hong Kong
Hong Kong residents huddled indoors Sunday as strong wind sent debris flying ahead of the arrival of Typhoon Mangkhut, once the world's strongest storm this year before it weakened after slamming into the Philippines.
Hong Kong economy up 4.7% in Q1
The Hong Kong economy grew by 4.7 percent over a year earlier in the first quarter of 2018, sustaining the full-fledged upturn in 2017, according to the government of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) on Friday.
Hong Kong officials consider sugar tax to cure city of its bad habits
Hong Kong could consider a new sugar tax ‘if all else fails’ to reduce deaths from non-communicable diseases, the health authority said as it unveiled its strategy for the next seven years.
Art Basel in Hong Kong welcomes more mainland galleries
The profusion of Western dealers opening galleries in Hong Kong to coincide with the sixth edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong (ABHK) is getting a mixed reception. Some view the arrival of such mega-dealers as Hauser & Wirth and David Zwirner with trepidation, while others see it as a sign that the market is maturing.
Bus crash leaves 19 dead, dozens injured in Hong Kong
A double-decker bus lost control and crashed in a Hong Kong suburb on Saturday evening, killing 19 people and injuring dozens more, authorities in the southern Chinese city said.
Picasso portrait valued at $50 million on show in Hong Kong ahead of auction
A poignant portrait by Pablo Picasso of his lover Marie-Thérèse Walter will be shown in Hong Kong from January 30 to February 2 ahead of its auction in London next month.
Thousands rally in Hong Kong on New Year's Day, call for full democracy
Thousands of people have taken to the streets in Hong Kong on New Year's Day to protest what they called China’s interference in the region’s affairs and the erosion of its autonomy.
How Hong Kong’s war on poverty can be won
The latest reports reveal that the poverty rate in Hong Kong – or the number of households earning less than half the median household income – went up slightly, from 19.75 percent in 2015 to 19.9 percent last year.
Hong Kong activists renew call for independence
Hong Kong independence activists stepped up their campaign at schools Tuesday, with the semi-autonomous city increasingly divided over signs of Beijing's growing influence.
(video) Four dead as typhoon smashes into Macau and Hong Kong
Typhoon Hato left three dead in the gambling hub of Macau Wednesday as it brought chaos and destruction to the enclave after sweeping through neighboring Hong Kong, where one man also died.
Kiarostami's '24 Frames' will wind up Hong Kong filmfest
The final work of prominent Iranian cineaste Abbas Kiarostami will go on screen at the 20th Hong Kong 2017 Summer International Film Festival (Summer IFF).

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