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Hong Kong Security Law: Why Students Abroad Fear It

The national security law that China has imposed on Hong Kong is already curtailing speech in the territory – but it is having a far wider impact. It applies to everyone in the world, everywhere in the world. People who break the law can be prosecuted if they go to Hong Kong. That has brought

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Chinese Tycoon Bets on Hong Kong Travel Rebound with New Airline

HONG KONG — Even as one Hong Kong airline disappears under the pressure of the coronavirus pandemic after 35 years of operations, another is rising to take its place. Greater Bay Airlines, which takes its name from Chinese President Xi Jinping’s pet project to integrate Hong Kong and Macao with Shenzhen, Guangzhou and other cities

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Data centre investment in Asia-Pacific climbed to $5.7 billion (HK$44 billion) between 2018 and 2020, a seven-fold increase over the growth recorded over the previous two year interval, according to new research by Cushman & Wakefield in Hong Kong. In the first eight months of 2020, and despite an ongoing public health crisis, nearly $1.5

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Pressure Grows on Hong Kong to Re-Open Economy as Cases Drop

Hong Kong is facing pressure to re-open restaurants and relax social-distancing measures as its outbreak wanes, but a bold easing approach carries both public health and political risks. With new local cases showing a sustained decline — hitting 18 on Friday — businesses are pressing for restrictions on restaurants to be lifted quickly to boost

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