The government of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on Monday strongly condemned the illegal acts of violent radicals.
In an act of solidarity for the incumbent party's defeat in the local Taiwan election on Saturday, all officials from the Taiwan administrative authority resigned on Monday.
Hong Kong's "Occupy Central" protesters have clashed with police early this morning as they tried to encircle the government headquarters.
The economic growth of the Chinese gambling hub of Macao may slow dramatically to 2 to 3 percent this year, a senior Macao official said, after the city reported its first year-on-year economic contraction since 2009 in the third quarter as President Xi Jinping tackles corruption and excessive spending of public funds.
Taiwan chief administrator Jiang Yi-huah announced his resignation after the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) Party suffered a defeat in local elections.
The Kuomintang Party won six county and city chief seats in Taiwan's biggest-ever local elections held Saturday, according to the island's electoral authorities.
The spokesman called on compatriots across the Taiwan Strait to make continued efforts for peaceful cross-Strait relations after Taiwan finished an election for local government officials.
Angus Tse Sui-lun hit the right chord when he decided to put his business acumen to the test, whetting the appetite of Hong Kong's growing army of dessert aficionados. He says Hong Kong, where Western and Eastern cultures meet, helps business grow from the start. Sophie He reports.
BMO Global Asset Management, one of the fastest growing Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) providers globally, has introduced three ETFs in Hong Kong, making it the first Canadian bank to launch ETFS in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong businesses hit by nearly two months of illegal street occupations breathed a collective sigh of relief on Wednesday.
Traffic along the main roads of Hong Kong's Mong Kok district began flowing again Wednesday afternoon after bailiffs cleared barricades and tents erected by demonstrators in Nathan Road.
Police arrested 116 people as Hong Kong authorities cleared street barricades from a protest camp in the Mong Kok district on Wednesday.