Long hours, low pay: Meet 8 Hong Kong worker groups airing grievances at the...

Thousands of beleaguered Hong Kong workers took to the streets on Wednesday to mark the city’s annual Labour Day march, demanding a living wage and...

Is China dispensing with ‘hurt feelings’?

In his “On Balance” column this week, South China Morning Post columnist Robert Delaney writes that, in the context of growing tensions with the United States, China...

Hong Kong artists explore what opportunity means to them in WMA Masters’ photo competition

In partnership with WMA. In Hong Kong, opportunities abound for the fortunate few. The global trading hub is home to over 7.5 million residents of...

HKFP Lens: The late Michael Wolf’s series on ‘Earth Gods’ zooms in on Hong...

Best known locally for his photography series “Architecture of Density,” Michael Wolf passed away last week on Cheung Chau aged 64. The award-winning German photographer...

Mammoth bills and false economy: It’s time to reconsider Hong Kong home ownership

Leo Goodstadt’s latest book, A City Mismanaged, makes few concessions to those of us who read for entertainment. But it is worth a visit...

Home sweet home: Could foreign labour help solve Hong Kong’s elderly care dilemma?

By Emilie Lui, Cynthia Sit and Erica Li Four months ago, Fredaley, an ordinary housewife, left her home in the Philippines and came to Hong...

Leica’s promo referencing the Tiananmen Massacre went viral on China’s social media. Then, it...

By Oiwan Lam A new video promoting the German camera company Leica has caused an uproar on the Chinese internet, resulting in a ban on...

HKFP Lens: Hong Kong’s disappearing corner houses captured by the late Michael Wolf

Award-winning German photographer Michael Wolf passed away this week on Cheung Chau aged 64. HKFP shares his series on the city’s disappearing corner houses,...

Deadly traffic accident in To Kwa Wan renews debate over Hong Kong’s capacity for...

Community activists have renewed calls for a cap on mainland tourists after a 62-year-old woman was killed in a coach accident on Sunday. The incident...

20 years on, Falun Gong survives underground in China

by Eva Xiao Sitting lotus-style on an apartment floor, two women quietly rotate their arms in front of them — a rare sight in China where public...

HKFP Lens: Photographer Jess Yu keeps it real with candid shots of Hong Kong...

Hong Kong Free Press is a non-profit English language news source seeking to unite critical voices. Free and independent, HKFP launched in 2015 amid...

Gentle art of Tai Chi helps Tuen Mun’s elderly residents cope with changing Hong...

It’s a sunny day in the outskirts of Tuen Mun when a group of white-haired ladies gather under the arches of a primary school....

Halal taste hunt: Hong Kong Muslims look for a more diverse selection of halal...

By Regina Chen, Hayley Wong, Iris Yeung “It was the biggest sin that I’ve ever made,” says Mubina Jabeen, a 21-year-old student at the Chinese...

Inaccurate info leads Chinese cross-border families to underestimate challenges in Hong Kong – study

Cross-border families from mainland China often receive inaccurate information about Hong Kong’s education and migration policies, according to a study from the Hong Kong Baptist...

Traditional but unconventional: Hong Kong’s first Chinese medicine hospital signals a change in gov’t...

By Bonita Wong, Wayne Chang, Sarah Poon Western medicine has always been a core element of Hong Kong’s public medical system. But with the launch...

‘Quite tasty, very fragrant, very crispy’: Chinese farmer breeds cockroaches for the dinner table

By Elizabeth Law As farmer Li Bingcai opened the door to his cockroach farm in southwest China, an insect the size of a dart flew into his...

‘You only live once’: Hong Kong journalist-turned stand-up comedian continues to tell stories in...

By Laurissa Liu, Tommy Yuen No fancy outfit. No heavy make up. She looks plain. Yet, she fills a whole lecture hall with laughter and applause...

By 2022, average Hongkonger could wait 6 years or more for public housing, think...

The average waiting time for public housing in Hong Kong is expected to rise to over six years before 2022, according to a think...

Strong 6.0 earthquake hits the east Taiwan, jolting Taipei

A 6.0-magnitude earthquake jolted Taiwan on Thursday, the US Geological Survey said, shaking buildings and disrupting traffic. In the capital Taipei, highrises swayed violently while...

A ‘sea goddess’ told Foxconn chief to run for Taiwan president

Tech giant Foxconn’s boss Terry Gou said Wednesday a goddess had told him to run in Taiwan’s presidential election. Gou dropped a bombshell on the...

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