Industrial farming of livestock a ticking pathogen bomb, scientists say
HONG KONG — Industrial farming of livestock may offend the sensibilities of many people, with animals crushed into pens where they are barely able to stand up, among other distressing images. But some scientists warn such methods are also breeding grounds for mass production of new diseases.Read more: TODAY »
Hong Kong finance secretary says no plans to change US dollar pegHONG KONG: Hong Kong had no plans to change its currency's peg to the US dollar and the Asian financial hub has not seen any 'obvious' capital ...
“I can't be silent”: Hong Kong people aim to mark Tiananmen despite banHONG KONG — Many Hong Kong people will find their own way to mark the 31st anniversary of Chinese troops opening fire on protesters in and around Tiananmen Square, after an annual candlelight vigil was cancelled for the first time because of the coronavirus.
Hong Kong leader accuses US of 'double standards' over protestsHONG KONG — Hong Kong's leader accused the United States on Tuesday (June 2) of applying
US firms concerned as tensions simmer in Hong Kong over looming legislationA survey of U.S. businesses on Wednesday revealed deep fears for the future of their operations in Hong Kong if China imposes national security ...
UK's Johnson offers visas for millions in Hong KongLONDON — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Tuesday (June 2) he would offer millions of Hong Kongers visas and a possible route to UK citizenship if China persists with its national security law.
Tensions simmer in Hong Kong as controversial anthem law back up for debateHONG KONG — Hong Kong lawmakers are set to resume a debate on Wednesday (June 3) over a controversial bill that would make disrespecting China's national anthem a criminal offence, as the city ramps up for fresh protests amid simmering anti-government tensions.