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Manila bus hostage inquest to start in Hong Kong

HONG KONG (AFP) – A Hong Kong inquest into a Manila bus hijacking that left eight tourists dead is set to start Monday, after the incident sparked a diplomatic meltdown over claims of shoddy police work.


Manila witnesses snub HK inquest hearings

WITNESSES in the August 2010 Luneta hostage-taking case, in which eight Chinese tourists were killed, are snubbing Hong Kong's investigation of the incident, with 70 of the 116 invited declining to testify before the coroner's office next week, Justice Secretary Leila de Lima said Friday.


Libraries, museums to be free to public

Art museums, libraries and other public institutions in China have long been accused of catering to elite academics and professionals, rather than the general public.


Hong Kong: Sheds 1.97pc after rate hike

SHARES finished down 1.97 per cent yesterday, dragged lower by China's latest interest rate hike and a general retreat from emerging markets, traders said.


Banned in China, Facebook opens office in Hong Kong

Hong Kong, Feb 9(DPA) The social-networking website Facebook Inc has quietly opened an office in Hong Kong despite being banned in mainland China, a news report said Wednesday.


Hong Kong banks and developers dip

HONG KONG stocks failed to sustain mild opening gains for a second session yesterday as property developers and local banks dipped while defensives such as telecoms outperformed.

Hong Kong shares struggle; Cnooc down, HSBC up

HONG KONG (MarketWatch) -- Hong Kong shares moved between positive and negative ground early Tuesday as property developers and owners remained under selling pressure,

Hong Kong Stocks May See Profit Taking

The Hong Kong stock market has finished higher now in back-to-back sessions, surging more than 460 points or 1.9 percent along the way.

Safe skies on the radar

Accurate weather information is essential to the safety and efficiency of flights in Hong Kong,Accurate weather information is essential to the safety and efficiency of flights in Hong Kong,

Congressman hid cocaine in underpants

Philippine congressman Ronald Singson has admitted he tried to smuggle cocaine into Hong Kong as a court heard the lawmaker hid the drug in his underpants to elude airport security.