Is Hong Kong's new rail station a threat to autonomy?
The construction of a new high-speed rail station in Hong Kong has many residents worried that mainland China is chipping away at the city's autonomy. Do the increasing numbers of mainland tourists and investors pose a threat to Hong Kong's autonomy?
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.
Celebrities walk the red carpet for Hong Kong's fourth annual amfAR
Celebrities walk the red carpet for Hong Kong's fourth annual amfAR.
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.
Hong Kong home prices keep rising
Bloomberg Intelligence's Patrick Wong discusses the continuing rise of prices in Hong Kong properties.
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.
Second war-time bomb found in a week in Hong Kong
Second war-time bomb found in a week in Hong Kong.
Luxury out of fashion in Hong Kong malls
Luxury retail brands are having a bit of a falling out of fashion in Hong Kong.