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Third Side on Wednesday called for Chief Executive John Lee to introduce new ways for young people to contribute to society in his policy address later this year. "We encourage the government to open up more opportunities, and in other social activities, encourage them and give them some support and subsidy, encourage them to design some creative a…
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C15+ lawmakers on Wednesday urged the government to develop e-sports as part of their suggestions for Chief Executive John Lee's next policy address. Speaking to reporters at the Central Government Offices, lawmaker William Wong called on the authorities to consider giving e-sports "elite sport" status. He noted that Hong Kong gamers secured a silv…
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The annual Hong Kong Book Fair closed on Tuesday, as sellers tried to clear stocks and readers try to hunt for bargains. Ernest Kan, Deputy General Manager of Sup Retail (Hong Kong) Limited, said that sales this year were encouraging but more challenging. "Because there are no consumption vouchers offered by the government this year, and so the poc…
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The MTR says it will deploy 1,000 staff members on Sunday when a partial shutdown of the Kwun Tong Line takes place. Services between Prince Edward and Ho Man Tin will be suspended for the day due to a full maintenance operation. The maintenance will replace more than 50 large metal hangers used for hanging power cables on the tunnel ceiling of the…
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A member of an SAR delegation which will visit Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos along with Chief Executive John Lee later this month says Hong Kong can play a key role in financing projects in the Southeast Asian countries. Lo Kam-wing, president of the Chinese Manufacturers' Association, said Hong Kong's professional services have global recognition. "O…
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Police on Tuesday said they have arrested five men on suspicion of selling fake concert tickets. Chief Inspector Chan Hoi-leung said three people filed a report after paying between HK$1,500 and HK$3,300 for fake tickets. "Police received reports that some people bought tickets online or outside concert venues, using cash or money transfer. When th…
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Three people have been jailed for up to six years and eight months after being convicted in a high-profile market manipulation case, with a High Court judge saying the trio had damaged the city's status as a financial centre. Sit Yi-ki, Lam Wing-ki and Tam Cheuk-hang were found guilty of conspiracy to carry out false trading in the shares of Hong K…
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In a world filled with misinformation and disinformation, seeing something may not be enough to make you believe it is true. And with images that blur the line between reality and fantasy becoming more mainstream in everyday life, some people say they have become much more careful with how they consume what they see around them, especially on socia…
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Akira Sakai and Russell Aylsworth will be the first Hong Kong sailors racing in Olympic 49er competitions. The 49er is a two-handed skiff-type high-performance sailing dinghy, which requires the two crew members to work on different roles. The duo told RTHK about their strong bond, which started in 2018 when they paired up.…
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US President Joe Biden ended his re-election campaign on Sunday after fellow Democrats lost faith in his mental acuity and ability to beat Donald Trump while endorsing Vice President Kamal Harris to replace him as the party's candidate. Biden, 81, in a post on X, said he will remain in his role as president and commander-in-chief until his term end…
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