HONG KONG – Hong Kong has closed more than a dozen beaches after a palm oil spill washed foul-smelling, Styrofoam-like clumps ashore, the latest major environmental disaster to blight the territory’s waters. The Chinese-controlled city closed two more beaches in the south of Hong Kong island on Tuesday, bringing to 13 the total shut since...
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- Hong Kong beaches close over foul palm oil disaster
By Reuters - Tuesday Aug 8, 2017
- Hong Kong Journal: Homelessness, Poverty and Injustice: Touring Hong Kong’s Darker Side
By CHARLOTTE GRAHAM - Monday Jul 31, 2017
As other tourists flock to wealthy shopping districts, some learn from guides about Hong Kong’s underpaid domestic workers and volatile politics.
- Hong Kong Scion Betting on New Vision for Waterfront Site
Tuesday Jul 4, 2017
A scion of one of the richest family empires in Hong Kong is making a bold bet to turn a dowdy strip of waterfront into a glamorous front-row seat to one of the world’s most stunning skylines.
- 2,939 new Teslas were registered in Hong Kong in March—none in April
By Megan Geuss - Monday Jul 10, 2017
Currently, the only way to make EVs competitive is with government incentives.
- New rules, tech are dimming Hong Kong's signature neon glow
By KELVIN CHAN, Associated Press - Thursday Aug 31, 2017
HONG KONG (AP) — For Hong Kong's famed neon lights, the future looks dim.Neon-lit signs were once ubiquitous here, illuminating city streets with their soft, warm glow and giving the dynamic Asian city a signature look to match its postwar economic boom.Tens of thousands of signs on countless tower blocks advertise restaurants, nightclubs, saunas, camera shops and jewelry boutiques in a rainbow of garish hues. Many are cantilevered far out over the street, competing for visitors' attention.Few symbols have come to represent Hong Kong as much its skyline of flashing and blinking neon billboards.That visual heritage is now under threat.
- A new way to Hong Kong from SFO in the wings
By Chris McGinnis - Wednesday Sep 13, 2017
Hong Kong Airlines, among others, adding more A350 flights across the Pacific (Photo: Airbus) Hong Kong Airlines, which is partly owned by China’s Hainan Airlines, said last month it plans to begin daily Hong Kong-Los Angeles flights in mid-December with its first new Airbus A350. But that’s just be the beginning: Hong Kong Airlines said that as it takes delivery of more new A350s – it has ordered 21 of them – the carrier plans to start flying from Hong Kong to San Francisco in 2018. The carrier said its A350s will have 33 fully-reclining business class seats, 108 in “Economy Comfort” class, and 193 in regular economy. It didn’t provide any schedule information