On the streets of the city, literally anything can be spruiked.
(HONG KONG, May 23 2016) – On the heels of disappointing first-quarter economic growth figures, the latest unemployment rate released by Hong Kong's government, at 3.4% between February and April this year, show an employment scene overshadowed by local and global economic concerns.
(April 12, 2016) – The Zika virus, now known to cause microcephaly and Guillian-Barré syndrome, may also be linked to an autoimmune disorder similar to MS, a study finds.
(April 14, 2016) — A new study has found that higher fruit consumption can also reduce Chinese people's chances of getting cardiovascular diseases.
(March 28, 2016) – Common antibiotics have become ineffective in treating urinary tract infection caused by the E. coli bacteria among children around the world, a new study finds.
(February 26, 2016) – The Hong Kong government's budget shows it is expected to spend more than HK$57 billion on healthcare this year, but public hospitals face a spending cut.
(HONG KONG, April 14, 2016) – CLP Power, Hong Kong's largest electricity provider, is planning to construct a floating liquefied natural gas terminal on the city's southwestern edge, reported local media outlets.