HK Youth in GBA|Kenny Lam: the GBA Gives me more power to do business
Kenny thought that he made a right decision. In recent years, there are huge demands of professional financial services in Guangzhou. He is able to take full advantages of his working experience and international vision, which helps him to get more business opportunities.
HKSAR financial chief expects Hong Kong's economy to resume positive growth in 2021
Chan said in a blog post that the economy will still face major challenges in the first half of the year as hard-hit industries try to recover and cross-boundary activities will require time to resume.
China slams UK official's 'fact-distorting' comments on border-crossing trial
The Chinese embassy in Britain on Tuesday slammed "fact-distorting" comments made by British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab regarding the case of 12 Hong Kong residents charged with illegal border crossing.
Hong Kong reports 71 new COVID-19 cases, tightens quarantine measures for visitors
Starting Friday, visitors who have been to places outside China over the past 21 days will be put in quarantine for 21 days.
Jimmy Lai granted HK$10 million bail by Hong Kong high court
Founder of Apple Daily and media group Next Digital of Hong Kong was granted HK$10 million bail by Hong Kong High Court on Wednesday.
Hong Kong reports triple-digit COVID-19 spike for 3 consecutive days
Hong Kong reported 112 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, the third day in a row for the figure to surpass 100.
Macao holds Global Tourism Economy Forum with focus on tourism recovery
The ninth Global Tourism Economy Forum (GTEF) opened in China's Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) on Wednesday, attracting worldwide tourism leaders from the public and private sectors as well as experts and scholars to share their views on tourism recovery when facing the pandemic.
38 Schools in Guangzhou, Hong Kong & Macao paired as sister schools
Organized by the educational departments from Guangdong province, Hong Kong SAR, and Macao SAR, the annual recitation contest aims to enhance cultural exchanges among schools in the Greater Bay Area.
HKSAR govt official stresses education on Constitution, Basic Law
As Hong Kong has been pushed back on track since the national security law in the HKSAR took effect, Cheung said the government will continue to fend off and prevent acts endangering national security by means including various education, in particular school education.
Carrie Lam: Hong Kong looks to expand tech innovation cooperation with Qianhai
Regarding the construction industry, Qianhai has allowed Hong Kong professionals and enterprises to directly provide services.