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Per capita GDP of Beijing rises to US$17,000
The per capita GDP of Beijing soared 40.2 percent from 82,000 yuan (US$12,065) in 2011 to 115,000 yuan (US$16,920) in 2016, according to official data released by the local statistics bureau on Monday.
 
Wonderland Villas: A tale of Hong Kong's property rollercoaster
Red-whiskered bulbuls start chirping around 5 a.m. at Wonderland Villas, a hilltop complex in leafy northern Hong Kong whose own history charts the city's political, economic and social fortunes.
 
Age is just a number for Hong Kong's harbor swimmers
Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour is one of the world's busiest ports, but every morning daring elderly swimmers dive in to its choppy waters against a teeming backdrop of ferries, cargo ships and fishing boats.
 
Illegal Tiananmen Square liquor arrives in Hong Kong
A bottle of forbidden liquor produced last year by Chinese activists to mark the 1989 military crackdown on Beijing's Tiananmen Square has arrived in Hong Kong after a trip around the world.
 
Hong Kong independence duo plead not guilty over parliament chaos
Two Hong Kong independence activists who were stripped of their status as lawmakers last year pleaded not guilty Friday to charges over chaos at the city's parliament.
 
Stories of Hong Kong: Hopes and fears on landmark anniversary
Divided by age, wealth and politics, Hong Kongers will mark the 20th anniversary of its transfer from Britain back to China with contrasting emotions.
 
Snowden lashes out at Hong Kong for rejecting refugees
The refugees whose bids were rejected were those who sheltered Snowden while he was hiding out in the city.
 
Gas leak kills 18 miners in central China coal mine
A gas leak has killed at least 18 people working in a coal mine in central China's Hunan province, state media reported on Monday.
 
Widodo in Hong Kong
Activists from groups of Indonesian migrant workers burn aprons near the venue where Indonesian President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo, meets with Indonesian local residents in Hong Kong, Sunday, April 30.
 
World's only Tiananmen museum returns to HK
The world's first museum dedicated to China's Tiananmen Square crackdown will once again open its doors in Hong Kong after a monthslong closure as the city prepares to mark the 20th anniversary of its handover to Beijing.
 
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