Hong Kong's plastic-eating fish pose a toxic risk: Greenpeace
Greenpeace says fish in Hong Kong are swallowing plastic pollution from millions of disposable bottles, straws, bowls, and cutlery.
Searching for the sound of silence in Hong Kong
In bustling Hong Kong, a hectic financial hub that is one of the world's most densely populated areas, quiet has become a valuable commodity. It's even offered for sale in places like the Still House coffee shop.
Blow for Hong Kong democrats in key elections
Hong Kong's pro-democracy camp failed to win enough seats to regain some veto power in the city's 70-seat legislature in a closely fought and pivotal by-election.
"The pope should rethink his policy toward China"
Joseph Zen, retired Hong Kong cardinal, is against a rapprochement between the Vatican and China. The appointment of bishops has been a thorny issue until now. Governments cannot appoint good bishops, says Zen.
Hong Kong's housing shortage drives prices up
Rents in Hong Kong are the highest in Asia. A three-room apartment in the city center can cost around 8,000 euros a month. The territory has limited land for new housing, and is facing a squeeze as more seniors and young singles seek to live alone.
Hong Kong democracy activists walk free in appeal victory
Hong Kong's highest court overturned prison sentences for three young pro-democracy activists convicted for their roles in kicking off 2014's "Umbrella Movement" protests in the semiautonomous Chinese city.
Luxury out of fashion in Hong Kong malls
Luxury retail brands are having a bit of a falling out of fashion in Hong Kong.
American Airlines plane catches fire at Hong Kong airport
American Airlines plane catches fire at Hong Kong airport.