Hong Kong scientists find new method to fight flu virus
Hong Kong scientists found a new method that can effectively suppress influenza virus by using virus genes and proteins, according to the University of Hong Kong (HKU) which made the results public on Friday.
Applications open for Macao vehicles using HKZM Bridge
Applications are now open for Macao-registered vehicles to run on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao (HKZM) Bridge, the special administrative region's government gazette said here on Wednesday.
3 jailed over Mong Kok riot in Hong Kong
Three people convicted of rioting and attacking police officers in Mong Kok, China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in February 2016 were given jail sentences on Monday at Hong Kong's High Court.
2 Hong Kong former legislators-elect sentenced to jail for taking part in unlawful assembly in LegCo meeting
A court of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) sentenced on Monday Leung Chung-hang and Yau Wai-ching, two disqualified legislators-elect, and their three assistants to four weeks in prison after they were found guilty of taking part in an unlawful assembly for storming a Legislative Council (LegCo) meeting.
Hong Kong-Dublin direct flight service launched
The direct flight service between China's Hong Kong and Ireland's Dublin was launched on Saturday as an Airbus A350-900 of Cathay Pacific departing from Hong Kong safely landed at Dublin Airport earlier in the day.
HK marks 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening up
A forum has been held in Hong Kong to mark the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening up policy, with participants vowing to make further contributions to China's national development for a new era.
HK students like mainland prospects
More than 80 percent of university students surveyed in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region are willing to work on the mainland, according to a local poll released by one of the city's youth associations on Tuesday.
Hong Kong facilitates link between markets in mainland, overseas
Hong Kong is helping to push the development of Chinese enterprises in overseas markets as part of its role in the Belt and Road Initiative.
Macao holds traditional Drunken Dragon Festival
The traditional Drunken Dragon Festival kicked off here in China's Macao Special Administrative Region on Tuesday, featuring Chinese drunken dragon performance, sacrifice offering, as well as providing dragon boat rice to audiences.
Bay Area govts urged to share traffic data
Infrastructure design professionals on Friday urged Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area authorities to set up an integrated road-condition data platform to ease traffic congestion, a "chronic illness" which harms the livability and sustainable development of the region.