Taiwan open to granting Hong Kong protesters asylum
Taiwan's government has said it would provide assistance to Hong Kong protesters on humanitarian grounds. The pledge risks straining the already tense relationship between Taipei and Beijing.
Protesters march through city
Protesters march through Hong Kong in opposition to a now-suspended extradition bill as demonstrators lay siege to the city's Legislative Council.
Alibaba picks CICC, credit Suisse to lead Hong Kong offer
Alibaba is closer to a share sale in Hong Kong. We learned that it’s picked two banks to lead the planed offer.
U.S. lawmakers denounce Hong Kong’s extradition bill
Hong Kong lawmakers have delayed debate on a controversial bill that would allow extradition to mainland China. The decision came as tens of thousands of demonstrators protested outside the legislative council.
Hong Kong extradition bill debate scrapped for a second day
Hong Kong lawmakers scrapped debate for a second straight day on legislation that would allow extraditions to China, as tensions remained high between police and protesters after violent clashes on Wednesday.
Hong Kong cleans up after historic protest
Hong Kong begins to push aside barricades and debris on Monday left by historic protests against the city government's plans to allow extraditions to China.
Singapore’s shrinking stock exchange
Singapore has long competed with Hong Kong for the title of Asia’s top financial center, and while the city-state has strengthened its position as a wealth hub, its stock market status has fallen.
Life in megacities: Michael Wolf's photography
Dense and compressed: Life in Hong Kong or Tokyo is challenging for its inhabitants. German photographer Michael Wolf has explored their reality through his award-winning works, now on show in Hamburg.