Today in the city Honokaa 29.03.2017
Pro-Democracy Camp in Hong Kong Faces Test

Hong Kong voters are heading to the polls to elect a fresh slate of lawmakers for the 70-member Legislative Council for the first time since the Occupy protests of late 2014.


Two Patek Philippe Watches Lead Sotheby's Hong Kong Auction

The October 5 sale at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre will showcase more than 290 lots and has an estimate of $4.7 million – 6.85 million


As Hong Kong Goes To The Polls, Why Isn’t The Communist Party On The Ballot?

Nearly 20 after China resumed sovereignty over the former British colony of Hong Kong, the Chinese Communist Party that rules the rest of the country is still officially non-existent here. Under the B...



Guerrilla Tactics as Hong Kong Documentary ‘Yellowing’ Denied Theatrical Release

A documentary capturing moments of one of Hong Kong’s biggest civic protests could become the next “Ten Years,” last year’s dystopian imagining of Hong Kong under Chinese rule. The new film, “Yellowin...


Hong Kong prepares for first big vote since 2014 protests

Hong Kongers head to the polls Sunday to choose candidates for the city's legislature, in the first major election since 2014's pro-democracy street protests


The Brazilian billionaire who bought Heinz and Burger King could soon be able to strike a $100 billion deal

Jorge Lemann is behind some of America's most iconic consumer brands. The Brazilian billionaire's investment company, 3G Capital, has backed takeovers of Kraft, Heinz, Burger King, and Anheuser-B...


Making a Scene in Morocco—Vogue’s Hamish Bowles Tries His Hand at Costuming a Play

I’ve been hooked on theater since the age of 5, when my father took me to see Wendy Craig as Peter Pan and I screamed myself hoarse willing faltering Tinkerbell back to life with the oft-repeated phra...


Can Hong Kong break free of China?

Hong Kong is a historical accident. China had to give up what was then a mostly empty island to Britain after losing the First Opium War in 1842. The tiny island grew to become one of the world's most...


Andrew Left says he’s done short-selling in China after Hong Kong trial

Citron Research's Andrew Left disputed a Hong Kong tribunal's ruling he engaged in market misconduct, but said he's through commenting on China.


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