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TAIPEI, Sept 19 (Reuters): A Taiwanese airline carried around 120 passengers on a "flight to nowhere" on Saturday to view the South Korean resort island of Jeju, before flying straight back home, the latest gimmick to give people a glimpse of normality during the Covid-19 pandemic.
HONG KONG (China Daily/ANN): Tourism-sector lawmaker Yiu Si-wing urged the government to relax the social-distancing ban on public gatherings of over four people to allow for local tours and bail out the battered industry.
BEIJING, Oct 5 (China Daily/ANN) - Chinese consumers appear to be spending more money during the National Day holiday than last year.
In its editorial, The Korea Herald says that despite their discord, South Korea and Japan share a need to strengthen cooperation.
HONG KONG (AFP): Hong Kong's budget carrier HK Express joined airlines offering "flight to nowhere" on Thursday (Oct 15) with an inaugural journey filled with media and influencers, sparking criticism from environmentalists.
HAIKOU, Oct. 19 (Xinhua) -- A frequent visitor to the southern island province of Hainan, Huang Zuolin has recently had her first paragliding experience. "It feels terrific," said the 23-year-old from central China's Hunan Province.
Hong Kong’s four new Covid-19 cases have all been traced, source says, as social-distancing rules relaxation allows larger tours, wedding ceremonies
HONG KONG, Oct 23 (SCMP): Tour operator says it has seen significant interest but will be operating some trips at a lossOrigins detected for all four expected Covid-19 cases on Friday, source says
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary reported 3,149 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday, its highest single-day tally and jumping above 3,000 for the first time, the government said.
Hong Kong financial chief predicts growth in mainland China will lift local economy in third quarter; six new Covid-19 cases confirmed
HONG KONG, Oct 26 (SCMP): Returning momentum in mainland economy will have knock-on effect in financial hub, minister Paul Chan predictsBut any recovery will depend on how well Hong Kong can maintain its success in containing the pandemic, he says