A blind student who achieved top academic results by reading Braille with her lips has received a scholarship to allow her to undertake a Master’s …

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A Hongkonger foiled a US$3 million hold-up and subdued one of two masked robbers as they attacked a middle-aged man and tried to snatch his …

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Victims of a petrol attack on a train early this year demanded MTR Corporation pay compensation for their injuries after getting nothing but fruit baskets …

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For the first time in nine years, Hong Kong’s arts and cultural hub will have a chairman who is not a government official – Henry Tang Ying-yen – to …

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A 21-year-old student who died after he was hit by the movable bottom of a coffin in a Hong Kong haunted house may have failed to notice a restricted …

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Pro-independence posters in university campuses reflect a “mentality of losers” among local students in the face of strong competition from their …

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Hong Kong scientists have made a breakthrough in their four-year research on the connectivity of brain functions and how this may help in the early …

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A Hong Kong bus company is set to use solar panels on double-deckers to power a ventilation system, in a bid to be environmentally friendly and …

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Macau looked to be heading for the history books on Sunday night as observers predicted voters had turned out in record numbers for the crucial …

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Beijing’s chief representative in Hong Kong, a veteran known for his firm stance against the central government’s critics, will return to the capital and …

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The 21-year-old, identified only as Cheung, was reportedly found unconscious in the Halloween themed “Buried Alive” attraction at Hong Kong’s …

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More than 200 Hong Kong police officers, including the force’s elite anti-terrorist squad, launched a second large-scale antiterrorism drill in three …

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Hong Kong customs officers have seized HK$120 million in illegal endangered wildlife products, such as ivory and rhino horn, in the first eight months …

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A halt in waste paper collection by a trade group of Hong Kong exporters has come to an end – five days shy of the original target of one week.

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An elderly woman died after collapsing while riding an escalator inside a Sha Tin shopping centre on Monday. The incident occurred at Sha Tin New …

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