Duterte impersonator sparks frenzy at Hong Kong church
Not desirable to move ministers after less than a year, but situation ‘can’t be helped’: PM Lee
SINGAPORE — It is not desirable to give Cabinet ministers short stints in their portfolios owing to the disruption it can cause, but such moves are sometimes necessary, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Friday (April 23).
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam feels the heat over social issuesThe pressure on Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam is building, with public unhappiness over several issues, including the tightening of welfare eligibility for the elderly and the overcrowding in public hospitals.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Dirt-crusted WWI grenade found among potatoes in Calbee Hong Kong snack factory HONG KONG - Hong Kong police on Saturday (Feb 2) defused a World War I hand grenade that was found hidden in a pile of potatoes at a potato chip factory owned by popular Japanese snack maker Calbee.. Read more at straitstimes.com. handgernade New explosive taste! It’ll blow your mind!
Hong Kong: Stocks rally at open[ HONG KONG ] Hong Kong shares opened with healthy gains on Thursday after the Federal Reserve signalled it would slow down its pace of interest rate hikes. Read more at The Business Times.
Hong Kong: Stocks end on a high[ HONG KONG ] Hong Kong shares rose Thursday, tracking regional gains after the Federal Reserve signalled it would slow down its pace of interest rate hikes. Read more at The Business Times.
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Hong Kong: Shares extend gains at open[ HONG KONG ] Hong Kong stocks rose in the opening minutes on Friday as the US and China hailed as positive trade talks between top officials, while Donald Trump said 'tremendous progress' had been made. Read more at The Business Times.
University students in Hong Kong fume over influx of mainland Chinese visitors taking campus toursStudents from several universities in Hong Kong are angry over a recent influx of mainland Chinese tour groups, which they say are disrupting their daily lives on campus. The visitors have prompted one institution to step up campus management measures, such as recording the details of travel coaches
Hong Kong: Stocks open with gains[ HONG KONG ] Hong Kong stocks rose in the opening minutes Monday, at the start of a crucial week that sees high-level China-US trade talks, the release of key data across the globe and another Brexit vote. Read more at The Business Times.
Hong Kong: Shares start the week with marginal gains[ HONG KONG ] Hong Kong stocks finished flat Monday after swinging in and out of positive territory as investors look ahead to a key week that includes China-US trade talks, another Brexit vote and a Federal Reserve policy meeting. Read more at The Business Times.
Hong Kong: Stocks start day with losses[ HONG KONG ] Hong Kong stocks fell at the open on Tuesday, tracking a sell-off on Wall Street as investors fret about the impact of the global slowdown on corporate profits. Read more at The Business Times.