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There are new political elites in town. Who are they, and will they displace the veteran Beijing loyalists in Hong Kong’s Legco poll?
Simon Hoey Lee is a rising star in Hong Kong’s pro-establishment camp, even though he has no party affiliation.
HONG KONG (China Daily/Asia News Network): The 2021 Election Committee Subsector Ordinary Elections ran smoothly on Sunday (Sept 19), with more than 80 per cent of voters casting their ballots in the first seven hours of the first election under the city’s new electoral system.
Covid-19 pandemic triggers looming financial crisis for West Kowloon Cultural District as developers avoid bidding for massive new project
HONG KONG, Aug 17 (SCMP): Lawmakers worry that delayed Art, Commerce & Exhibitions project signals more money woesDevelopers need more time to assess post-crisis recovery, impact of US-China trade war
PETALING JAYA: Digital security firm Securemetric Bhd expects to derive 50% of its revenue from recurring income, from the current 15%, over the next few years.
Hong Kong elections: tsunami of disaffection washes over city as pro-Beijing camp left reeling by record turnout and overwhelming defeat
Pro-democracy camp wins 17 out of 18 district councils, all of which were previously under pro-establishment control. Result set to give pan-democrats increase in seats on committee that chooses city’s chief executive; current leader vows to ‘seriously reflect on the people’s opinion’
Violence seen as factor in losses suffered by pro-establishment camp in Hong Kong district council election
HONG KONG - Pro-establishment candidates took a drubbing in Sunday's district council election, the first electoral exercise to be held amid social unrest stemming from the Extradition Bill incident that erupted mid-June.
KUALA LUMPUR: Mixed doubles shuttlers Tan Kian Meng-Lai Pei Jing have come back from the dead.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia rested their top shuttlers but still proved too strong for New Zealand in the mixed team event at the World Junior Championships.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong, decked out in colourful posters and flags, voted on Sunday in district-level elections that will mark the first real test of public sentiment since pro-democracy protests crippled parts of the Chinese-controlled city last year.