Man sentenced to 7 years in jail, 40 years after raping a girl who later suffered from depression and died by suicide
Wong Chun-chuen pleaded guilty to raping a 13-year-old girl at her home in Tuen Mun in 1983. He was arrested in 2021 during a routine identity check, 13 years after police had identified him.
In May, the Subsidised Housing Committee passed a new regulation requiring public housing tenants in Hong Kong to report their living situation and whether they owned any property in the city to the Housing Authority every two years.
Closing arguments in Hong Kong’s largest national security trial involving 47 pro-democracy figures opened on Wednesday. The defendants include dozens of politicians and activists – and even an ordinary voter.
Concerts, drone show, and free museum visits to promote Hong Kong’s ‘patriots’ District Council race
“I encourage residents to pay attention to media reports and understand the candidates in their district, [so they can] choose the person they think would be the most able, passionate, suitable and competent district councillor,” Chief Executive John Lee said.
No single solution to stop student suicide, Hong Kong’s John Lee says, but ‘character building’ may help
“There is no single panacea, it has to be a collective effort led by government, actively participated by everybody in the society,” Chief Executive John Lee said on Tuesday.
Executives at international firms Deloitte, KPMG advised to use burner phones for Hong Kong visits – report
The news comes after the city’s finance minister said that Hong Kong hopes to bring US companies to the city and broaden its “network of friends.”
Members of Hong Kong pro-democracy party League of Social Democrats face 26 charges over fundraising, banners
According to case details read out in court, members of the League of Social Democrats had raised funds and put up banners without a permit on three occasions between April 2 and May 28.