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There are reasons to cross Victoria Harbor to Kowloon, and venture beyond Tsim Sha Tsui and Temple Street, says Rebecca Lo...One of my friends lives her life entirely within Hong Kong Island and becomes both disoriented and insecure when she has to
Tommy puts two glasses of wine on the table and asks me to guess which is which...But what if you can't see the wine, and they're exactly the same temperature, and you're sitting in pitch darkness in the back room of a Hong Kong shopping mall?...
It's been a week since the deadly blaze at a popular street market in Hong Kong. The fire in Mongkok claimed nine lives and injured 34 others. Authorities have yet to determine the cause of the blaze, but they have stepped up enforcement of older
Police said more than 400 people had registered for government aid after the fire in the early hours of Wednesday destroyed a large section of the Ladies' Market and dozens of apartments in Kowloon's Mongkok district.
The arrival in Myanmar on Wednesday of Mrs. Clinton, the U.S. secretary of state, captured the imagination of city dwellers in the country and put a spotlight on the ambitious agenda of Myanmar's new government to unravel years of military rule and
The area has an average of 130,000 people packed inside each square kilometre...Here resident Mark Shu gives ABC News Online an insight into what life is like in Mong Kok.
ments Sze LaiShan helps the poor trapped in tiny 'coffin' and 'cage' tenements Sze Lai aids the vulnerable underclass who live in poverty amid Hong Kong's vast wealth. By Aidan Jones , / Correspondent / October 17, 2011 Hong Kong The cloying odor of
A prominent Japanese restaurant in Hong Kong has closed following a big drop in trade, reports said on Monday, as the city was hit badly by a radiation scare that saw diners desert Japanese produce. The high-end Yaegiku Japanese Cuisine in the
Kristie Lu Stout zips all around the globe on assignment for CNN, but she doesn't have to go far to enjoy first-class cuisine, gaze at a world-famous skyline or walk the streets of a beautiful metropolis. Lu Stout makes her home in Hong Kong, China,
He is one of two suspects arrested on Wednesday over an attack in December in which the corrosive liquid was thrown on crowds in a busy shopping district...At least six similar attacks in a year have injured more than 100 people...In that attack, two