For aspiring homeowners, the city’s red-hot property market invokes both fear and frustration. The Post explains why. PUBLICADO : martes, 26 diciembre, 2017, 10:12a.m. UPDATED : martes, 26 diciembre, 2017, 10:12a.m. Comments: Shirley Zhao · shirle[email protected] · http://twitter.com/

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The new chairman of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong has said his country can learn from the city’s economic system and adopt it, increasing competitiveness, economic growth and tax revenue for Canada’s government. Todd Handcock was elected the chamber’s new chairman in

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Ever wondered if coffee grounds can be reused instead of simply throwing them away after you’ve enjoyed your fresh cup of coffee? Volunteers at a Hong Kong restaurant chain’s charity drive have a unique answer for this – tie dyeing handkerchiefs. The crisp, coffee-coloured pieces of cloths unfurl into

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programme with Wong, Agnes Chow-ting, also from Demosisto party, said she did not feel the reopening of Civic Square was an extension of an olive branch by the government. “It is not a real or a true reopening. It’s just a political show," ella dijo. Noticias Hong Kong. Get updates direct to your inbox.

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Hong Kong’s real estate deal makers don’t seem to have taken much of a holiday break, as we come back after Christmas with news of the city’s shop tycoon buying retail project in the New Territories from Hang Lung, y 19 hopeful bidders competing for a site near the mainland border through a

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Public hospitals across Hong Kong were overloaded during Christmas as the winter flu season hit, with non-urgent patients complaining about waits of up to eight hours at the busiest emergency wards. On Christmas Day, medical wards saw an overall occupancy rate of 108 por ciento, desde 104 per

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A woman has claimed a beauty centre cheated her out of HK$110,000 with selling tactics that included telling her that warts on her neck would become contagious without treatment. The 28-year-old victim, a teacher, visited a centre in Mong Kok in March for a skincare facial treatment and was

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Imagine leaving your turmoil-hit homeland and landing in a completely alien place, in which you are forced to surrender your autonomy after being deprived of the basic right to work. What is more, you have no idea when you can leave this en-route stop for a place that may eventually be called home

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A move by Beijing to give Hongkongers and Macanese on the mainland equal treatment with their counterparts there has a hit a snag, with a major real estate group telling newly-hired Hongkongers that it would not give them access to China’s housing fund, despite the central government announcing

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Over the past several years Hong Kong has been trying to reinvent itself as a hi-tech hub, looking to turn start-ups into the next Facebook or Google. But with the focus on technology, other entrepreneurs say they are being neglected, even though they feel they are just as important to the city’s economy.

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Shock waves were sent through Hong Kong’s legal circles on Friday after it emerged that a star-studded line-up – led by prominent human rights lawyer Philip Dykes SC – will contest in the Bar Council election next month amid criticism that the legal body has recently been less vocal in defending the

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Each day, 136 tonnes of plastic bottles, 91 tonnes of cardboard drinks packaging, 41 tonnes of aluminium cans and 275 tonnes of glass bottles are thrown away in Hong Kong. Many of them end up in landfill sites or polluting the wider environment and the sight of empty plastic bottles washed up on the

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With the festive season just round the corner and bouts of heavy drinking expected from revellers, Hong Kong’s pharmacists warn that pills touted to cure hangovers may not be as effective as advertised, with water being the best remedy. The Practising Pharmacists Association of Hong Kong said such

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Advances in technology over the years have left a variety of ways to light our homes and offices. Durante años, the only choice for indoor lighting was an ordinary, power-hungry incandescent bulb. But today an increasingly common go-to is the energy-saving light-emitting diode, or LED. As LED lights

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A deposit scheme may be introduced to boost the incentive for Hongkongers to recycle plastic bottles, a top environment official said on Saturday. The government is also considering actively collecting waste plastic bottles from the community, instead of relying on contractors who have long been

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