Hong Kong foreign press club blasted
The Foreign Ministry's top representative in Hong Kong urged the city's Foreign Correspondents' Club on Tuesday to stop harming national security under the guise of freedom of the press and speech.
HK employee supports cancellation of job permit
A 42-year-old Hong Kong resident who has been working in Qianhai since 2015 is in favor of a new policy that allows Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan residents to work in mainland cities without job permits.
Hong Kong's university establishes Asia's first microbiota transplantation, research center
The Faculty of Medicine at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Thursday announced that it has established Asia's first and Hong Kong's only microbiota transplantation and research center.
Over 3,000 new companies set up in Macao in H1, up 17.5 pct
A total of 3,173 new companies were incorporated in Macao in the first half of 2018, up by 17.5 percent year-on-year, the special administrative region's statistics service said here on Monday.
Work permit requirement halted for Taiwan, HK, Macao employees
Residents of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao will no longer need work permits when they are hired by enterprises on the Chinese mainland, meaning they will be treated the same as local residents.
Macao passport holders granted visa-on-arrival entry to Myanmar
Passport holders of China's Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) will be granted visa-on-arrival entry to Myanmarese citizens, the authorities said in a press release on Tuesday.
Female porter says she enjoys her job in Hong Kong
Zhu works in Ng Fong Street in San Po Kong, Hong Kong. Zhu became an internet sensation last year when photos of her working as a porter were shared online. Zhu, 30, transports goods for a local grocery store.
Hong Kong launches "plastic-free beaches" campaign
China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Thursday launched "plastic-free beaches" campaign, calling on people to cut down the use of disposable plastic tableware on beaches to protect the ocean environment.
HK-mainland integration starts with infrastructure
'Integration into the overall development of the country" has become one of the most significant guiding principles for Hong Kong since the idea was floated in the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China last year. To make this more than a political slogan, in August and December last year the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council announced two batches of policy measures to help Hong Kong and Macao residents who live, work and study on the Chinese mainland. We can expect integration is a real action plan.
HK demands travelers declare cash exceeding HK$ 120,000
People in and out of Hong Kong, including local residents, need to declare if they are carrying more than HK$120,000 (US$15,300) in cash, after a new law to tackle dirty money came into force Monday.