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‘Crazy night’ at Hong Kong party hub Lan Kwai Fong, Halloween takings slashed after police restrict access
LKF founder says it was worst shock to business since at least SARS outbreak, but backs police response despite anger from some bar owners. Police close off party area during anti-government march, before tear gas affects remaining revellers
Gender stereotyping can be reduced at a young age with proper intervention, study conducted on Hong Kong children finds
Discrimination against gender nonconformity may have an early origin, Hong Kong researcher Ivy Wong says
MIRI: Dense clouds are building up in the South China Sea and waters off Philippines north of Borneo Island, according to the latest satellite images Saturday (Nov 2) morning.
PUTRAJAYA: After being re-elected to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) council, Malaysia is now setting its sights on retaining its seat in the International Maritime Organization (IMO) council.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Malaysian Meteorological Department has issued an advisory on tropical depression Nakri, which is expected to hit Sabah waters.
Hong Kong father of two ‘burned alive’ after chasing protesters at MTR station in grisly act of violence police classify as attempted murder
Leung Chi-cheung, a 57-year-old father of two daughters, now fighting for his life in hospital with severe burns to nearly 30 per cent of his bodyVictim confronted group of protesters after they vandalised Ma On Shan station – but he was doused with flammable fluid and set alight
Hong Kong police officer who shot protester receives death threats against children after personal details released online, force says
Station sergeant opened fire on a college student, surnamed Chow, 21, near Sai Wan Ho MTR station, where protesters had blocked roadsParents and former students of his daughters’ school write to management to ask if officer is still suitable to head PTA
Besides the shared bonus, each employee will receive double their salary as appreciation for efforts to help the company get through the hard times.
Mok Cham-sum, 32, admitted to trying to hurt three women by placing sewing needles seats of KMB buses – triggering a series of copycat incidentsJudge says Mok’s clear criminal record and the minor injuries suffered by victims saved him from a longer imprisonment