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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.
 
Hong Kong hosts Valentine's Day with 25,000 LED roses in Central
It's like a romantic scene out of one of South Korea's sappy soap dramas -- tens of thousands of illuminated roses forming an impressive backdrop for the lead actor and actress to declare their love for each other.
 
A cold snap gripped Hong Kong on Sunday, with residents shivering as temperatures plunged to the lowest point in nearly 60 years and frost dusted the mountaintops of a city accustomed to a subtropical climate.
 
Mainland Chinese travelers took around 120 million outbound trips in 2015, according to government estimates, a 12 percent increase from the year before, as the country's growing middle class spends more on tourism.
 
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