Hong Kong

Typhoon Hato kills 12 as it hits Hong Kong with 129mph gusts
Typhoon Hato, Hong Kong, Macau
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Typhoon Hato kills 12 as it hits Hong Kong with 129mph gusts

Victims caught in submerged cars and more than 150 people are injured across southern China
24 Aug 2017
Hong Kong 'umbrella movement' leaders jailed
Hong Kong's umbrella protest 2014
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Hong Kong 'umbrella movement' leaders jailed

Court sentences three activists responsible for 2014 pro-democracy protests
18 Aug 2017
Protests as Jinping arrives for Hong Kong 20th anniversary
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Protests as Jinping arrives for Hong Kong 20th anniversary

Chinese President’s visit marked by celebrations, arrests and a sit-in
29 Jun 2017
How the promise of a free Hong Kong turned sour
Chris Patten Hong Kong
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How the promise of a free Hong Kong turned sour

Twenty years after the British handed the reins to China, the city's politics are teetering on a knife edge
27 Jun 2017
Pearls of the Orient: The best restaurants in Hong Kong
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Pearls of the Orient: The best restaurants in Hong Kong

From the world's first three-Michelin-star Cantonese restaurant to the best new eatery in the hipster district of Sai Ying Pun
31 Aug 2016
Joshua Wong convicted for democracy protests in Hong Kong
Joshua Wong
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Joshua Wong convicted for democracy protests in Hong Kong

Student activist vows to continue his campaign against Beijing – but fears for future political fight
21 Jul 2016
Mystery of missing Hong Kong bookseller deepens
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Mystery of missing Hong Kong bookseller deepens

The wife of the Hong Kong bookseller who went missing has withdrawn her request for help, saying he has been in touch
5 Jan 2016
Week in pictures: 30 November - 6 December
Bond Girls at Pinewood Studios
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Week in pictures: 30 November - 6 December

7 Dec 2014
Hong Kong: police adopt tough tactics as protests escalate
police clashing with protesters in Hong Kong
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Hong Kong: police adopt tough tactics as protests escalate

Injuries and arrests on the streets of Hong Kong with both sides taking a tougher line
1 Dec 2014
Week in pictures: 12 - 18 October
Queen Elizabeth visits the Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red art installation
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Week in pictures: 12 - 18 October

19 Oct 2014
CYBER THREAT: Anonymous targets Chinese websites
Anonymous - Megaupload revenge attack
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CYBER THREAT: Anonymous targets Chinese websites

Hacktivists say they will wage war on China for its 'inhumane actions' by leaking thousands of sensitive documents
10 Oct 2014
Week in pictures: 28 September - 4 October
Umbrella revolution in Hong Kong
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Week in pictures: 28 September - 4 October

5 Oct 2014
China's big-spending tourists leave trail of havoc
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China's big-spending tourists leave trail of havoc

The billions they spend are welcome – but the brawls and brazen shoplifting are not winning them friends
24 Feb 2014
Father offers £78m to man who can wed his lesbian daughter
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Father offers £78m to man who can wed his lesbian daughter

Hong Kong property magnate Cecil Chao insists his daughter, Gigi, just hasn't met the right man yet
24 Jan 2014
CRISPIN BLACK: NSA spying 'overhyped'
Crispin Black
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CRISPIN BLACK: NSA spying 'overhyped'

Fugitive whistleblower risked everything to expose surveillance even Obama doesn't take too seriously
4 Jul 2013
BLACK: Why do we care about the Falklands?
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BLACK: Why do we care about the Falklands?

The Chinese are grown-up enough to run our former colony properly. The Spanish and Argentines are not
27 Jan 2012
This week’s dream: hiking in Hong
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This week’s dream: hiking in Hong

City escape
21 Jan 2009
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