Is Hong Kong safe for tourists? Millions of people have marched in the streets, a general strike has caused transport chaos, flights have been canceled, and thugs have attacked passengers at an MTR station. Check out what key governments are advising their nationals.
Momentum is building for a General Strike to protest an extradition bill that has thrown Hong Kong into its biggest political crisis since bloody riots swept the then British Crown Colony in 1967. Will protesters disrupt trains to give workers an excuse not to show up for work?
August in Hong Kong: is this a good time to visit? There will be festivals, concerts, and an international film festival. However, the weather can be hot, humid, and rainy. And be forewarned that demonstrations and marches are likely, and sometimes they end in violence.
The lobby lounge at one of Hong Kong’s trendiest hotels has launched Hot Shots, edible cookie shooters with vanilla-infused milk. Not only are they tasty and crunchy - think about the great selfies you can take to post on Instagram!
Passengers arriving at Hong Kong International Airport will be greeted by demonstrators protesting an unpopular extradition bill this weekend. The second major protest to be held at the airport this summer, it will run from 9 to 11 August.
With apologies to Rupert Brooke, there's a Hong Kong British pub that is forever England. The Better Ole in the Northern New Territories has been in the Yuen family for three generations, one of a dwindling number of family-run eateries in a city awash in chain restaurants.
Is July a good time to visit Hong Kong? It can be hot, humid, and rainy, but don't let the weather dampen your spirits! There will be protest marches, celebrations, concerts, Chinese opera performances, a summer-long harbour-front carnival, and lots more!
Is June a good time to visit Hong Kong? Many activities are planned, from a candlelight vigil and protest march to sporting events, live theatre, Chinese opera, a travel expo, Tahitian culture, and the Dragon Boat Festival. What will the weather be like?
Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts celebrates its first anniversary with a historic exhibition showcasing the police, judiciary, prison, and immigration systems of Hong Kong. It coincides with the 175th anniversary of the foundation of the Hong Kong Police Force in 1844.
Intense pressure from Hong Kong's first openly gay legislator and LGBT activists has forced the MTR and the Hong Kong Airport Authority to back down on their banning of an of a Cathay Pacific advertisement with an image two men holding hands on the beach.