The university siege, which occurred during the height of the 2019 protests, saw protesters and riot police clash in a tense stand-off that lasted nearly two weeks and made headlines worldwide.
Some called the pictures “stupid and offensive” whilst others said that serving such a dish would wish death upon the diner. “Who died?” asked another commenter.
Customs said 89 suspected counterfeit items including handbags, wallets and watches – deemed to worth around HK$40,000 – were confiscated at the scene of the arrest of a 34-year-old.
Covid-19: China reports highest cases in nearly 2 years; Omicron identified in Beijing just weeks before Olympics
The nation’s zero-Covid approach has come under sustained pressure in recent weeks with multiple clusters across the country just as the Games are about to get under way in Beijing.
“Ironically, Carrie Lam’s government overhaul initiative has served as a harsh reminder to Hongkongers how badly she has done on various fronts,” writes Chris Yeung.
The abandoned cottage’s extensive decay defies its Grade II listed heritage status. Buildings with the historical label are defined as having “special merit” for which “efforts should be made to selectively preserve” – but no such efforts are apparent.
With no official figures, HKFP examines the clues which point to an extensive exodus of residents from the city.
Hong Kong Social Welfare Dept. to station staff at children’s care home in wake of alleged abuse scandal
The Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children, which operates the care home, described the incident as “extremely heart-wrenching,” saying they had “zero tolerance” for behaviour violating the wellbeing of children.