Vancouver still shaped by Hong Kong handover 2 decades later

Strolling through Vancouver's Kerrisdale neighbourhood, historian Henry Yu reflects on how immigrants from Hong Kong have helped shape the city over the past two decades. "Vancouver is one of the main places that a lot of Hong Kong Chinese came to ... ( read original story ...)

Gaming firm Razer seeks to raise over $600M in Hong Kong IPO

Gaming firm Razer has filed to go public through an IPO in Hong Kong as it looks to raise more than $600 million to go after growth opportunities. The U.S.-based company, which traces its origins back to Singapore, filed initial paperwork on Friday. ( read original story ...)

China’s Xi: No tolerance for subversion in Hong Kong

Chinese President Xi Jinping warned Saturday that any activities in Hong Kong seen as threatening China's sovereignty and stability would be "absolutely impermissible," employing some of his harshest language yet against burgeoning separatist sentiment in ... ( read original story ...)

The Latest: Thousands on Hong Kong streets for annual march

An annual protest march has begun in Hong Kong, hours after Chinese President Xi Jinping wrapped up his visit to the city by warning against challenges to Beijing's sovereignty. Thousands of protesters joined the rally organized by a pro-democracy ... ( read original story ...)

Reinvention or regrets? Hong Kong faces a fork in the road

Number two in flows of goods, services, and finance, says the McKinsey Global Institute. Our students are among the highest performers in the world. Hong Kong students ranked second in mathematics and reading, and ninth in science, in the widely regarded ... ( read original story ...)