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Singapore says seizure of vehicles by Hong Kong "not a strategic incident"

The seizure of nine Singaporean armoured vehicles by Hong Kong customs was "not a strategic incident" in the Sino-Singaporean relationship, the city-state`s foreign minister Vivian Balakrishnan was quoted as saying on Tuesday.

Two pro-independence lawmakers disqualified from Hong Kong Parliament

A Hong Kong court on Tuesday ruled to disqualify two pro-independence lawmakers from Parliament, a week after Beijing said it would not allow the pair to be sworn into office as fears grow of the city`s liberties coming under threat.

Anti-China lawmakers disqualified from Hong Kong parliament

Hong Kong: A Hong Kong court on Tuesday ruled to disqualify two pro-independence lawmakers from parliament, a week after Beijing said it would not allow the pair to be sworn into office as fears grow of the city`s liberties coming under threat.

Thousands attend pro-Beijing rally in Hong Kong

Thousands attend pro-Beijing rally in Hong Kong

Beijing's interpretation of the city's constitution issued on Monday said that any oath taker who does not follow the prescribed wording of the oath, should be disqualified.

Hong Kong backs China bid to bar rebel lawmakers

Hong Kong's leader said today he would "fully implement" a ruling by Beijing which effectively bars two elected pro-independence lawmakers from the city's legislature after after they deliberately misread their oaths of office.

Two Chinese nationals visit Arunachal Pradesh on wrong permits

Two Chinese nationals have visited Arunachal Pradesh, bordering China, on wrong Protected Area Permits (PAPs), instead of the Restricted Area Permit (RAP), issued by the Deputy Resident Commissioner (DRC) of Arunachal Pradesh office in Guwahati.

Hong Kong jury views 'torture' video in Jutting murder trial

Jurors in the murder trial of British banker Rurik Jutting viewed harrowing iPhone footage on Tuesday showing him torture an Indonesian woman whose decaying body was later found dead in a suitcase in his Hong Kong flat.

Hong Kong pro-independence lawmakers blocked from taking oath

Hong Kong`s legislature again descended into chaos Wednesday as pro-Beijing politicians blocked the swearing in of two new lawmakers who want a split from China, in an increasingly divided parliament. 

Taiwanese President calls for renewed talks with China

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday called for a resumption of talks with China and pledged that "anything" can be on the table for discussion. 

Hardik Pandya spotted in Hong Kong holidaying with girlfriend Lisa Sharma – PICS & VIDS!

Hardik Pandya spotted in Hong Kong holidaying with girlfriend Lisa Sharma – PICS & VIDS!

Pandya, so far, has represented India 16 times on the T20 International circuit and made 78 runs. 

Hong Kong activist deported from Thailand `at China`s request`

Hong Kong democracy campaigner Joshua Wong returned home Wednesday after being deported from junta-run Thailand, where he was due at events commemorating a massacre of student activists, as he and his supporters blamed China for his detention.

Hong Kong activist held in Thailand `at China`s request`

Hong Kong democracy campaigner Joshua Wong was stopped from entering junta-run Thailand, where he was due at events commemorating a massacre of student activists, an official said Wednesday, as supporters blamed China for his detention.

Hong Kong leader calls for unity with China as protesters gather

Hong Kong`s leader called on the city to unite behind its current political system Saturday in the face of increasing calls for independence from China, as protesters were bundled from the auditorium where he was speaking.

Hong Kong marks 2nd anniversary of `Umbrella Revolution`

The anniversary of the "Umbrella Revolution" comes as tensions remain high in the semi-autonomous city, with fears growing that China is tightening its grip.

Taiwan braces for super typhoon Meranti

The super typhoon will likely dampen celebrations and disrupt traffic during the four-day Mid-autumn Festival holiday period starting Thursday.

Newly elected Hong Kong lawmaker Eddie Chu reports 'death threats'

A Hong Kong lawmaker advocating more autonomy from China who won a seat in landmark elections last weekend said Thursday he had received "death threats" before and since the polls as he reported them to police.

Hong Kong pro-democracy candidates retain veto in key vote

A group of young Hong Kong pro-democracy activists pulled off a stunning election victory, gaining a foothold in the southern Chinese city's legislature and setting the stage for a new round of political confrontations with Beijing, official results showed on Monday.

Divided Hong Kong goes to polls as Beijing watches

Hong Kong goes to the polls today in an election which for the first time sees young independence activists calling for a complete break from China running for office.

China's government flexes muscles with Uber, DreamWorks probes

China's government flexes muscles with Uber, DreamWorks probes

The Chinese government said on Friday it was investigating two high-profile takeover proposals involving US companies, the latest sign of its growing influence on whether deals are approved - even those appearing to have little impact in China.

Hong Kong records 188 new HIV cases

 A total of 188 new cases of HIV infection were reported in Hong Kong in the second quarter of 2016, health officials said on Tuesday.