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Bizarre arson on Hong Kong subway injures 18 people
Hong Kong authorities have arrested a man for arson after a fire broke out in a subway car during rush hour Friday in a busy tourist district, injuring 18 people, two of them critically.
 
'Abducted' HK bookseller attends Taipei Book Exhibition
Hong Kong bookseller Lam Wing-kee (林榮基) on Wednesday said that his presence at the launch of the 2017 Taipei International Book Exhibition was not an attempt to seek asylum and denied he was looking to open a bookstore in Taiwan.
 
Hong Kong dollmaker toys with US president
A Hong Kong dollmaker with a history of creating figurines of controversial world leaders has launched a replica of U.S. President Donald Trump complete with replaceable heads and hands.
 
Hong Kong Actor Andy Lau Injured While Working in Thailand
Hong Kong actor Andy Lau has been injured while working in Thailand.
 
City bans remarried couples from holding wedding banquets
In a move to rein in extravagance, a city in Southwest China's Guizhou province bans remarried couples from holding wedding banquets.
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Chinese teahouse serves up cups of nostalgia
At 4 a.m. the kettles crackle on a charcoal stove as regulars crowd inside an ancient Chinese temple turned teahouse, a relic in a country being overrun by Starbucks cafes.
 
Pro-democracy lawmaker attacked at HK airport
Hong Kong's youngest legislator Nathan Law was attacked by anti-independence protesters at the city's airport late Sunday after flying back from a political forum in Taiwan.
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Seven miners were confirmed dead after a falling roof triggered a gas outburst in a central Chinese coal mine, bringing the death toll to 12, state media said Friday.
 
At least 400 Ugandan workers at a Chinese-owned construction company went on strike Tuesday to protest alleged sexual harassment by managers and poor pay.
 
A high-ranking city official in China burst into a government meeting Wednesday and shot the mayor and city party secretary before killing himself, state media reported.
 
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