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Miyajima's LED numbers tell tale of life in Hong Kong
Japanese artist Tatsuo Miyajima's new work "Time Waterfall" has been shrouded in dense fog for most of the week, his trademark numbers partly hidden as they cascade down Hong Kong's tallest building.
 
Art and art lovers come together in Hong Kong
Asia's biggest exhibition of modern and contemporary art brought together 239 galleries from 35 countries and territories in Hong Kong, which has emerged as the region's top art trading hub.
 
Hong Kong movie taps into city's deepest fears
In Hong Kong, a woman sets herself on fire in protest, a taxi driver despairs at the eradication of the local language and young children in military uniform prowl the streets, echoing the horrors of China's Cultural Revolution.
 
Bookseller Lee Bo on way back to China: reports
Hong Kong bookseller Lee Bo, who went missing three months ago and surfaced in China, is already on his way back over the border after a brief return home, local media reported.
 
'Missing' bookseller Lee Bo on way back to China: reports
Hong Kong bookseller Lee Bo, who went missing three months ago and surfaced in China, is already on his way back over the border after a brief return home, local media reported.
 
The teenage face of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement announced on Sunday he will head a new political party to be set up to contest legislative elections in September.
 
Tens of thousands of foreign maids in Hong Kong are in "forced labor," according to a new report that fuels growing criticism of the city's treatment of its army of domestic workers.
 
Hong Kong police said Saturday they disposed of eight World War II explosives, after a hiker found the unexploded devices on a trail.
 
HK Indigenous' Yeung wins LegCo seat
A pro-democracy candidate won a Hong Kong weekend by-election while a rival from a radical pro-independence group arrested on riot charges placed a surprising third in a vote seen as a measure of political tension in the Chinese city.
 
Mainland Chinese police are investigating a detained Hong Kong bookseller for allegedly selling books by mail illegally in mainland China, an official Chinese newspaper said Monday, the latest twist in a case that has raised concerns over the erosion of civil rights in Hong Kong.
 
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