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Huawei to launch foldable 5G smartphones by middle of next year

Chairman Ken Hu claims new generation of models will be ‘100 times faster’

At the heart of yoga ball murder case was a deeply unhappy marriage, trial hears

Love triangle, while not relied upon by prosecutors, was a key feature of trial that saw Khaw Kim Sun, 53, convicted of killing his wife and teenage daughter with deadly gas

Cathay Pacific aeroplane gets new paint job, complete with massive spelling mistake

Airline sees the funny side, posting: ‘Oops this special livery won’t last long! She’s going back to the shop!’

How a stolen banana helped Shanghai police crack burglary case

Police were left baffled by a series of break-ins until one victim mentioned that a banana had been taken from his dining room and then it all fell into place

The real power behind China’s new trend of ‘sissy men’ ... is the empowered modern woman

The ‘luxury pig men’ are challenging traditional gender stereotypes, and some commentators believe greater empowerment for women is helping them to do so

HK jury now mulling fate of Malaysian professor in yoga ball murder case

Khaw Kim Sun, 53, is accused of killing wife and teenage daughter with deadly gas

Jack Ma says it’s his responsibility to let Alibaba go, warns of protracted US-China trade war

On succession planning, Ma said that his decision to step down was to ensure leadership renewal

Naked Chinese businessmen detained in India after car crash

Police in Uttar Pradesh charge driver with reckless driving as they continue to investigate duo’s ‘eccentric behaviour’

Eight crew saved from sinking barge in rough seas off Hong Kong Disneyland as Typhoon Mangkhut pummelled city

With T10 signal in force, barge started taking in water but crew’s efforts with pumps were to no avail

The Facebook of graphic deaths and child porn: the Filipinos earning US$1 an hour filtering out the filth so you don’t have to see it

Movie to be shown at Hong Kong’s Human Rights Documentary Film Festival lifts lid on psychological toll taken on content moderators, some of whom see 25,000 disturbing images a day

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