Sun, Nov 29, 2020

Hong-Kong News
  • HK govt refutes groundless remarks in British report HK govt refutes groundless remarks in British report

    The criticism that Britain made in the report against the HKSAR government's decision to postpone the HKSAR Legislative Council (LegCo) Election by one year smacked of double standards, the government...

  • Confounding evidence of COVID : Futility of scrubbing surfaces to disinfect Confounding evidence of COVID : Futility of scrubbing surfaces to disinfect

    Scientists who initially warned about contaminated surfaces now say that the virus spreads primarily through inhaled droplets, and that there is little to no evidence that deep cleaning mitigates the...

  • Hong Kong suspends face-to-face classes amid worsening pandemic Hong Kong suspends face-to-face classes amid worsening pandemic

    Face-to-face classes for grade 1-3 primary school students in Hong Kong will be suspended from November 23 to December 6 as the Covid-19 situation in the city has worsened rapidly, the government said...

  • HK to inspect 2,500 buildings after fatal blaze HK to inspect 2,500 buildings after fatal blaze

    The city's Chief Executive Carrie Lam inspected the scene of the fire incident on Monday and instructed relevant departments to take follow-up actions.

  • 7 killed in Hong Kong building fire 7 killed in Hong Kong building fire

    A Fire Services Department official told a press briefing on Monday that there had been a gathering inside the apartment, while a police spokesman said they were investigating whether the premises was...

  • Hong Kong disqualifies 4 pro-democracy legislators Hong Kong disqualifies 4 pro-democracy legislators

    Hong Kong has moved to disqualify four pro-democracy legislators, after Beijing passed a resolution that would allow the local government to remove lawmakers from their positions if they're deemed to...

  • Hong Kong's pro-democracy lawmakers threaten to resign Hong Kong's pro-democracy lawmakers threaten to resign

    Hong Kong's pro-democracy lawmakers said Monday that they would resign en masse from the city's legislative council if the central Chinese government in Beijing disqualifies any of them.

  • Hong Kong leader Lam discussed coronavirus, economic relief with Beijing Hong Kong leader Lam discussed coronavirus, economic relief with Beijing

    Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Friday she had discussed coronavirus controls and economic relief measures with mainland Chinese officials during her three-day trip to Beijing and that the central...

  • China warns UK against offering citizenship to HK residents China warns UK against offering citizenship to HK residents

    As the British side broke its own promises, the Chinese government will consider not recognising the BNO passport as a valid travel document, and reserve the right to impose further measures, said...

  • HK reports 12 new Covid-19 cases HK reports 12 new Covid-19 cases

    Hong Kong's Center for Health Protection (CHP) reported 12 additional confirmed cases of Covid-19 on Thursday, including two local cases of unknown origin.