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Hong Kong Palace Museum open to public
The Hong Kong Palace Museum (HKPM), located in the West Kowloon Cultural District of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), opened to the public on Sunday.
In Hong Kong, Xi says 'one country, two systems' is here to stay
There is no reason to change Hong Kong's "one country, two systems" formula of governance, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on a rare visit to the global financial hub after swearing in the city's new leader, John Lee, on Friday.
Hong Kong seeks to revive global banking status with major summit
Hong Kong's central bank plans to hold a major conference in November it hopes will draw global banking bosses, sources said, as the financial hub seeks to welcome back international business following two gruelling years of closed borders.
Hong Kong residents urged not to panic ahead of COVID mass testing
Hong Kong reported 31,008 new COVID-19 cases and 153 deaths on Sunday as the city's chief secretary said residents should not worry about a looming mass testing scheme, with details to be announced and authorities ensuring a steady supply of food.
Hong Kong’s success in fending off COVID comes back to haunt
For two years, Hong Kong successfully insulated most of its residents from COVID-19 and often went months without a single locally spread case. Then the omicron variant showed up.
China says US sanctions, business advisory have 'despicable intention'
China's Foreign Ministry branch in Hong Kong said new US sanctions on Chinese officials and its updated business advisory on the city are "extremely rude" and "extremely unreasonable" bullying acts with "despicable intention".
Hong Kong leader dismisses Big Tech privacy law fears
Hong Kong's leader on Tuesday brushed off a warning by major tech companies including Google, Facebook and Twitter that they may quit the financial hub if authorities push ahead with a new privacy law.
Two Hong Kong awards go to Iran’s ‘The Wasteland’
The Iranian film, ‘The Wasteland,’ written and directed by Ahmad Bahrami, won the awards for Best Film in the overseas section and Best Actor in the main section at the 45th Hong Kong International Film Festival.
Hong Kong festival to host Iran’s ‘Careless Crime’
Iranian film, ‘Careless Crime,’ directed by Shahram Mokri, is going to be screened at the 45th edition of the Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF45), April 1-12.
China approves plan to veto Hong Kong election candidates
China's parliament voted for changes to Hong Kong's electoral system including powers to veto candidates, as Beijing moves to establish a "patriotic" government after huge rallies which started in 2019.
Hong Kong cinemas in pain as closure extended over Chinese New Year
Hong Kong cinema operators and filmmakers are crying for help following a government announcement that COVID-19 social distancing measures will remain in place until Feb. 17. Crucially, Hong Kong cinemas cannot reopen until after Chinese New Year (Feb. 12) and will have missed three important holiday seasons in the space of two months.
In wheelchair, paraplegic Lai Chi-wai climbs up skyscraper in Hong Kong
Lai Chi-wai became the first in Hong Kong to climb more than 250 meters of a skyscraper while strapped into a wheelchair as he pulled himself up for more than 10 hours to raise money for spinal cord patients.
Hong Kong box office becomes more diverse as releases slumped in 2020
The coronavirus outbreak caused a 72 percent slump in theatrical box office draw in Hong Kong last year. It also caused audiences in the city to embrace a more diverse selection of films, especially those from Asia.
No snake soup for Hong Kong’s young snake catcher
Hong Kong is home to a variety of snakes — from the venomous king cobra to larger species such as the Burmese python. Whenever one of these reptiles is spotted slithering into a home or coming alarmingly close to a residential area, Ken Lee is among the snake catchers called to capture the creatures.
Hong Kong Film Awards plan double edition in 2022
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 40th edition of the Hong Kong Film Awards will be postponed to the first quarter of 2022, organizers announced.

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