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  • Sibanda's fifty takes Zimbabwe closer to main draw

    Zimbabwe beat Hong Kong by 14 runs in ICC World T20 Qualifier at Nagpur, riding on Vusi Sibanda's first T20I fifty and Elton Chigumbura's audacious finishing.

  • Hong Kong leader swarmed by 'angry' emojis on Facebook

    Hong Kong's beleaguered leader is nearly 100 times more unpopular than US presidential hopeful Donald Trump, according to Facebook's new "angry-face" button that allows netizens to voice their displeasure on the social network.

  • Shahzad fifty knocks Hong Kong out

    UAE are close to make it to the main round of the Asia Cup T20 as they beat Hong Kong by six wickets to move to the top of the points table with one game to play.

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    What are Hong Kong's localists angry about?

    The clashes in Hong Kong earlier this week may on the surface have been about unlicensed food stalls, but were fuelled by a growing "localist" sentiment.

  • Japan shares tumble 7% over two days

    Asian markets continue their downward trend, with Japan failing more than 7% in two days.

  • HK booksellers 'author' attacks China

    A Chinese writer has told the BBC he is the co-author of a provocative book about China's leader Xi Jinping, that some believe sparked the disappearance of five Hong Kong booksellers.

  • When the gates of hell open

    This year, on August 28th - the 15th day of the 7th month in the lunar calendar - it is Yu Lan festival in Hong Kong, also known as Hungry Ghost Festival

  • Biman plans to expand wings on int’l routes: Menon

    Biman Bangladesh Airlines has planned to expand its wings to China and Maldives apart from resuming its suspended routes to Delhi and Hong Kong in 2016.

  • Why the real King Kong became extinct

    The largest ape to roam Earth died out 100,000 years ago because it failed to tuck into savannah grass after climate change hit its preferred diet of forest fruit, scientists suggest.

  • Tourism sector gears up to reduce carbon footprint

    It is not until the recent years that some hotels began hanging the “reuse your towel, save a penguin” signs on the towel racks. While cynics might dismiss this approach as greenwashing, few major players are engaged in a streamlined operation to reduce carbon emissions.