Hong Kong bookseller `involuntarily removed` to China: Britain

Britain said Friday it believes a Hong Kong bookseller feared detained by China was "involuntarily removed to the mainland" in its strongest comments yet on a case that has rocked the city.

Man wanted for US killings agrees to Hong Kong extradition

A Chinese man arrested in Hong Kong in connection with the slaying of his teenage nephews in California has told a court he won't fight extradition to the United States.

Hong Kong students skip classes to protest at `pro-Beijing` appointment

Hong Kong students skip classes to protest at `pro-Beijing` appointment

Around 100 protesters left classrooms to rally at the Hong Kong University campus following the appointment of Arthur Li as chairman of the university`s governing council.

Missing Hong Kong bookseller is in China: city government

Lee Bo, who works for a publishing house that sells titles critical of Beijing, was last seen at a book warehouse in Hong Kong on December 30.

China confirms missing Hong Kong publisher in mainland

Hong Kong authorities say they have received confirmation from Chinese security officials that a bookseller whose disappearance three weeks ago raised

270 dogs do Yoga to create a 'doga' world record in Hong Kong

270 dogs do Yoga to create a 'doga' world record in Hong Kong

Two hundred and seventy dogs and their flexible owners in Hong Kong have stretched their way to a new 'doga' world record.

International Cricket Council provisionally suspends Irfan Ahmed over fixing approach

International Cricket Council provisionally suspends Irfan Ahmed over fixing approach

Kevin Egan, a Hong Kong-based barrister hired by Ahmed to defend him, downplayed the charge against the cricketer.

Hong Kong's New World Development makes second attempt to take China unit private

In a filing to the Hong Kong bourse, New World Development said it planned to offer HK$7.80 apiece for all outstanding shares.

Asia's largest underground railway station opens in China

Asia's largest underground railway station opens in China

Know more about the Asia's largest underground railway station.

"Communist China's first premier Zhou Enlai was gay, had relations with a male schoolmate"

"Communist China's first premier Zhou Enlai was gay, had relations with a male schoolmate"

A book to be published in Hong Kong in the new year says Zhou Enlai, Communist China`s much-respected first premier, was probably gay despite his long marriage, and had once been in love with a male schoolmate two years his junior.

This apartment was sold for a whopping $76.7 million

This apartment was sold for a whopping $76.7 million

It is the most expensive flat in Hong Kong and possibly in Asia.

Hong Kong police charge five over legislature blast

Hong Kong police on Wednesday charged five men with conspiracy to arson over a small blast outside the legislature earlier this month. 

27 missing as massive landslide hits China's Shenzhen

Regarded as one of China's worst urban disasters, 14 people were pulled out of the mountain of mud that engulfed vast area of the new industrial park in south China that borders Hong Kong.

Why Macau - the world's largest casino hub - is in news

Why Macau - the world's largest casino hub - is in news

Macau`s Commission Against Corruption has "uncovered bribe-taking by a customs inspector".

Hong Kong not terrorist target: Police

There has been no intelligence suggesting Hong Kong being a target of terrorist attack, Police Commissioner Stephen Lo said here on Saturday.

Sheena Bora case: CBI to get Hong Kong bank details soon

CBI is expected to receive information from Interpol on the details of an account opened by Indrani Mukerjea, prime accused in Sheena Bora murder case,in a bank in Hong Kong.

Jack Ma`s South China Morning Post takeover a double-edged sword

Jack Ma`s South China Morning Post takeover a double-edged sword

Chinese Internet tycoon Jack Ma`s mooted buyout of Hong Kong`s struggling South China Morning Post could see the paper prosper from his Midas touch, analysts say, but also further erode its independence and with it the city`s press freedoms.

Alibaba boss Jack Ma in bid for Hong Kong newspaper: Bloomberg

Alibaba boss Jack Ma in bid for Hong Kong newspaper: Bloomberg

If the deal goes ahead, Alibaba founder Jack Ma would become the latest Internet tycoon to step in to take over a traditional newspaper.

'Umbrella Soldiers' take seats in Hong Kong elections

Young supporters of Hong Kong's democracy movement, known as 'Umbrella Soldiers', took seats in the city's first vote since mass street protests - but pro-Beijing forces dominated the polls in a key test of public sentiment.

Hong Kong goes to polls in first vote since democracy protests

The rallies were sparked after Beijing insisted candidates for the first public vote for Hong Kong's leader in 2017 would first have to be vetted by a loyalist committee.