The majority broke their silence on Sunday as tens of thousands of people marched across the heart of Hong Kong in the afternoon to voice their aspirations for peace and democracy and denounce the opposition's advocacy of "Occupy Central".
More than 190,000 people in Hong Kong took to the streets on Sunday to express their aspiration to achieve universal suffrage for the Chief Executive election in 2017 in a peaceful way and their opposition against the Occupy Central movement, according to the organizer of the activities.
More than 190,000 people in HK took to the streets to express their aspiration to achieve universal suffrage for the Chief Executive election in a peaceful way and their opposition against the Occupy Central movement.
As the solo candidate contesting for Macao SAR's Chief Executive post, Chui Sai On pledges to contribute to its long-term prosperity and stability as he presents his election program.
The government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) held a cross-departmental meeting Wednesday to discuss ways to handle possible Ebola cases in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong's population has grown to 7,234,800 as of the end of June, from 7,187,500 a year earlier, according to latest official data.
Hong Kong's Centre for Health Protection said Sunday night that a Nigerian man, earlier suspected of having the deadly Ebola virus, has tested negative at Princess Margaret Hospital.
The central government's representative in Hong Kong says political reform in the city is not only in the interest of different classes locally, it is also a matter of national security.
Authorities in Hong Kong are stepping up efforts to raise awareness and prevent the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
At least 28 people have been confirmed dead in Taiwan's underground gas explosions, according to latest data from the island's emergency operation authority on Saturday.
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, on Friday conveyed condolences to the victims in the gas leak explosions in Taiwan.
Hong Kong residents working or studying outside the special administrative region can join the countermovement to "Occupy Central" and take a stand for peace in Hong Kong on Saturday, when an online petition platform will open to the public.