Hong Kong's Beijing-friendly leader warned Tuesday the city will lose investment and job opportunities if residents continue to seek independence, painting a bleak economic picture of the former British colony without Chinese support.
Unpopular Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying gave evidence Tuesday in an assault case against a legislator who threw a glass at him in parliament, the first time a sitting chief executive has testified in court.
China announced its first-ever "fix" for the gold price on Tuesday, as the world's biggest producer and consumer of the yellow metal seeks to establish its own benchmark.
A book detailing the life of former Hong Kong shipping magnate Yue-kong Pao has entered its second edition, aiming to give readers a better understanding of his work and achievements.
The Hong Kong government has threatened to "take action" against a new independence party and China slammed the group, which said Thursday it had been blocked from registering for political reasons.
Young Hong Kongers who set up a party calling for independence from the mainland were labeled "political hooligans" by Chinese media on Wednesday, which questioned the legality of their ideas.
It is just over a year since Erwiana Sulistyaningsih's Hong Kong employer was jailed for horrific abuse of her maid in a case that made headlines around the world.
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.
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.
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.