The move comes as Hong Kong’s property gauge dropped the most since May 2020 amid growing investor angst about China’s real estate crackdown and worries that Beijing may tighten grip […]
A Hong Kong investor has swooped on a Chinatown hotel paying $14 million for the City Limits and its adjoining carpark.
Filming her new Expat series in Hong Kong, the Australian actor has been accused of passively endorsing the Chinese Communist Party.
Artists say the star is providing “soft propaganda” as she skips quarantine to film Expats, a “Sex in the City meets Lost in Translation” series for Amazon.
If convicted, Hong Kong singer and prominent pro-democracy activist Anthony Wong could be jailed for up to seven years.
Under Hong Kong’s strict new security laws, the man faces up to nine years in prison
The sentence sets a precedent as to how similar cases will be dealt with by the city’s traditionally independent courts, as dozens arrested under the legislation await their fate.
Tong Lim, who has been held without bail for almost a year, pleaded not guilty after he drove a motorcycle into a group of police officers at a protest in […]
“They put their cigarettes out on my face,” says Venerable Bagdro. Now he fears Tibet is being overlooked as the world focuses on Xinjiang and Hong Kong.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has said “ideologies” posed risks to national security and urged parents, teachers and religious leaders to observe the behaviour of teenagers and report those who […]
The journalist, arrested on suspicion of foreign collusion to endanger national security, was believed to be leaving for Britain when he was arrested.
The last copies of the tabloid that captured Hong Kong’s celebrities, political scandals and business deals for 26 years left the presses just after midnight.
The newspaper had been raided twice by hundreds of Hong Kong police in the past 12 months, at least seven editors and executives have been arrested.
The newspaper would be forced to shut “in a matter of days” after authorities froze access to the firm’s core operating capital on national security grounds, an adviser said.
Officials said the Hong Kong government has demanded staff sign a letter supporting Beijing’s claim to Taiwan.
It might have been a bleak winter afternoon but it was another step for the talented rider on a tough road since he returned from a stint in Hong Kong.
Survey suggests a majority of Australians believe the country should call out Beijing over its approach to Hong Kong and Taiwan, retaliate against Chinese trade sanctions and speak out on […]
Chow, along with Joshua Wong and Nathan Law, who has since been given asylum in Britain, came to prominence as teenagers during the 2014 protests.
Police blocked off a Hong Kong park to prevent people gathering to commemorate the anniversary of China’s 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown and arrested the planned vigil’s organiser.
Who says the office is dead? Despite the many obituaries written for the office in the past 12 months, investors are undeterred.
A Doncaster placegetter last year, Brandenburg had attracted the attention of several Hong Kong agents, but the seven-figure offers were refused.
The owners of Hawkesbury Guineas favourite Ellsberg didn’t want to watch him winning races in Hong Kong, so they matched a massive offer to keep him.
Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai jailed as authorities pursue a deluge of cases against high-profile dissidents.
Telstra was in advanced discussions with a private equity firm and a Hong Kong telecommunications operator about an international tie-up.
Three veteran pro-democracy protesters, including well-known publisher Jimmy Lai, pleaded guilty over an unauthorised rally.
There are fears the 30-year-old computer technician may be in a psychiatric hospital after he failed to appear in a Hong Kong court to face sedition charges.
Reigning Everest champion Classique Legend will be returning home from Hong Kong after being banned from racing for three months due to a bleed.
Chinese authorities have said the changes are aimed at getting rid of loopholes and deficiencies that threaten national security.
The tough lockdown measures have sparked anxiety among expats who are still coming to grips with the implications of national security laws imposed by Beijing.
UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said China is in a “state of ongoing noncompliance” with the 1984 treaty allowing Hong Kong’s return to Chinese control.