Keeping HK moving

Trade and logistics has long been one of Hong Kong's four pillar industries, boosting the city's economic growth over the decades. To ensure the continued development of these industries the Government invited operators in 2014 to participate in the ... ( read original story ...)

Hong Kong's First-Ever Outdoor Local Beer Fest:

HONG KONG, Oct. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- With Halloween on the horizon, Hang Lung Properties' Grand Plaza and Gala Place redefined Mongkok as a fun hub where local meets global today at Hong Kong's first-ever outdoor local beer fest: CraftBeerFest@Gala Place. ( read original story ...)

Chaos in Hong Kong's legislature

Hong Kong's legislature descended into chaos on Wednesday as two pro-independence lawmakers defied a barring order and barged into the chamber. Reuters is the news and media division of Thomson Reuters. Thomson Reuters is the world's largest international ... ( read original story ...)

Hong Kong man faces meth-smuggling charges in New Zealand

The key role Hong Kong and Guangdong play in the international crystal meth business was highlighted yesterday when a man from the city appeared in an Auckland court to face charges ­related to one of New Zealand’s biggest ever drug busts. The 20-year ... ( read original story ...)

Govt signs off more slots for China flights

Although Hong Kong was not part of the agreements with China, more growth is looming with Hong Kong Airlines about to start daily services and Cathay Pacific stepping up capacity with a new plane and an additional aircraft over summer. Bridges said there ... ( read original story ...)