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Missing HK booksellers 'working on book on Xi's love life'
A Hong Kong lawmaker said Sunday he believes Chinese security officers kidnapped five publishing company employees who have gone missing in the city, possibly because of a planned book about the former love life of mainland Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
 
A missing Hong Kong employee from a publisher of books critical of China was "assisting in an investigation," his wife said Saturday, as police also probe the disappearance of his colleagues.
 
A Hong Kong employee of a publishing firm known for producing books critical of the Chinese government has gone missing, his wife said Friday, following the earlier apparent disappearance of four colleagues.
 
Hong Kong University students and alumni voiced fury Thursday after a pro-Beijing official was appointed to a senior role, as tension mounts over what critics see as political interference in the city's education system.
 
Hong Kong auctioneers experiment as sales struggle
Hong Kong auction houses are looking for novel ways to keep their sales buoyant in the face of mainland China's economic slowdown -- from creating boozy bidding parties to selling items from outer space.
 
In a crowded Hong Kong, dead find little space to rest in peace
In tightly-packed Hong Kong, the dead are causing a problem for the living.
 
Taiwan and Hong Kong were found to be lagging behind mainland China and Singapore in a survey on the society improvement index of the four ethnic Chinese societies, according to the results of the survey released yesterday.
 
HK's dolphins at risk of disappearing
As Hong Kong seeks to expand its international airport and with a major new bridge project under way, campaigners warn that the dwindling number of much-loved pink dolphins in surrounding waters may disappear altogether.
 
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.
 
Mainland Chinese authorities urged Hong Kong on Tuesday to fully investigate the fatal beating of a mainland tourist outside a shop.
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