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Beijing’s Intervention in Hong Kong Election Could Face a Hurdle: Local Courts

Beijing’s Intervention in Hong Kong Election Could Face a Hurdle: Local Courts

Hundreds of Hong Kong lawyers on Tuesday protested China’s move to effectively rewrite a clause in Hong Kong’s charter in order to prevent two young pro-independence politicians from taking office as
Child-abuse scandals are reminding China’s middle class of its lack of power

Child-abuse scandals are reminding China’s middle class of its lack of power

“Rich children go abroad, middle-class children get poked with needles, lower-class children get evicted from their homes.” That saying has been circulating in Chinese social…
Hong Kong Professor Arrested After Wife’s Body Is Found in Suitcase

Hong Kong Professor Arrested After Wife’s Body Is Found in Suitcase

A residential block at the University of Hong Kong, where a professor suspected of killing his wife lived with his family.
Hong Kong Professor Arrested After Wife’s Body Is Found in Suitcase

Hong Kong Professor Arrested After Wife’s Body Is Found in Suitcase

A residential block at the University of Hong Kong, where a professor suspected of killing his wife lived with his family.
In Hong Kong, Hepatitis E Strain Jumps From Rats to Humans

In Hong Kong, Hepatitis E Strain Jumps From Rats to Humans

In densely populated areas like Hong Kong, “infections that jump from animals to humans must be taken very seriously,” one researcher said.
In Hong Kong, Hepatitis E Strain Jumps From Rats to Humans

In Hong Kong, Hepatitis E Strain Jumps From Rats to Humans

In densely populated areas like Hong Kong, “infections that jump from animals to humans must be taken very seriously,” one researcher said.
In Hong Kong, Hepatitis E Strain Jumps From Rats to Humans

In Hong Kong, Hepatitis E Strain Jumps From Rats to Humans

In densely populated areas like Hong Kong, “infections that jump from animals to humans must be taken very seriously,” one researcher said.
A strain of hepatitis found only in rats infected a Hong Kong man

A strain of hepatitis found only in rats infected a Hong Kong man

For the first time, a man was infected with a strain of hepatitis E that was previously found only in rats. Researchers in Hong Kong…
Journalist’s Expulsion From Hong Kong ‘Sends a Chilling Message’

Journalist’s Expulsion From Hong Kong ‘Sends a Chilling Message’

Victor Mallet, a Financial Times journalist and first vice president of the Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong, in August.
Journalist’s Expulsion From Hong Kong ‘Sends a Chilling Message’

Journalist’s Expulsion From Hong Kong ‘Sends a Chilling Message’

Victor Mallet, a Financial Times journalist and first vice president of the Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong, in August.
The complicated legacy of modern Japan as it celebrates its 150th birthday

The complicated legacy of modern Japan as it celebrates its 150th birthday

The modern state of Japan came into being on Oct. 23, 1868, when the Edo era ended and the Meiji emperor ascended to the throne.…
Another person in Hong Kong has been infected by a strain of hepatitis found in rats

Another person in Hong Kong has been infected by a strain of hepatitis found in rats

Two months ago, Hong Kong health authorities revealed that a local resident had been infected with a strain of hepatitis that was previously only found…
Hong Kong, Crossroads of the Criminal Wildlife Trade

Hong Kong, Crossroads of the Criminal Wildlife Trade

A rehabilitated pangolin in a park in Vietnam. Pangolins are critically endangered, their meat a delicacy in southern China and their scales a prized ingredient in traditional Chinese medicine.
Hong Kong, Crossroads of the Criminal Wildlife Trade

Hong Kong, Crossroads of the Criminal Wildlife Trade

A rehabilitated pangolin in a park in Vietnam. Pangolins are critically endangered, their meat a delicacy in southern China and their scales a prized ingredient in traditional Chinese medicine.
Hong Kong, Crossroads of the Criminal Wildlife Trade

Hong Kong, Crossroads of the Criminal Wildlife Trade

A rehabilitated pangolin in a park in Vietnam. Pangolins are critically endangered, their meat a delicacy in southern China and their scales a prized ingredient in traditional Chinese medicine.
Hong Kong, Crossroads of the Criminal Wildlife Trade

Hong Kong, Crossroads of the Criminal Wildlife Trade

A rehabilitated pangolin in a park in Vietnam. Pangolins are critically endangered, their meat a delicacy in southern China and their scales a prized ingredient in traditional Chinese medicine.
Hong Kong, Crossroads of the Criminal Wildlife Trade

Hong Kong, Crossroads of the Criminal Wildlife Trade

A rehabilitated pangolin in a park in Vietnam. Pangolins are critically endangered, their meat a delicacy in southern China and their scales a prized ingredient in traditional Chinese medicine.
Here is what’s better than GDP to measure China’s economic growth

Here is what’s better than GDP to measure China’s economic growth

The Chinese economy may be 10% smaller than official statistics suggest. New ways of tracking growth are more reliable, researchers find.
As Swine Fever Roils Asia, Hogs Are Culled and Dinner Plans Change

As Swine Fever Roils Asia, Hogs Are Culled and Dinner Plans Change

Dead pigs were transported to a landfill as part of a government culling operation in Hong Kong on Monday. An outbreak of African swine fever is pushing governments in Asia to take drastic measures.
As Swine Fever Roils Asia, Hogs Are Culled and Dinner Plans Change

As Swine Fever Roils Asia, Hogs Are Culled and Dinner Plans Change

Dead pigs were transported to a landfill as part of a government culling operation in Hong Kong on Monday. An outbreak of African swine fever is pushing governments in Asia to take drastic measures.