30 Hong Kong delegates to country’s top legislature to visit cities in ‘Greater Bay Area’ before official unveiling of national plans | South China Morning Post
Ex HK Government member now (as usual) employed by a real estate company is going on a trip to China
The city now has a "Prosecution Week" because of a growing tide of violence and "rioting" in Hong Kong has demonstrated a need to better educate Hong Kong residents on the city's laws.
HK violence shows need for education: Teresa Cheng - RTHK
You can't make this up
Government is testing the waters to see if the public would like their money spent on building and running an electric bus company
Hong Kong’s electric dream a step closer as China’s demands drive carmakers across the border | South China Morning Post
Public libraries in Hong Kong will prevent readers aged under 18 from borrowing a novel from a Taiwanese publisher by popular Japanese author Haruki Murakami after the book was classified as “indecent” by a legal panel. His books are popular for IB literature studies.
Dr Lee Hoi-lam, a modern literature instructor at Polytechnic University, said the tribunal’s decision was “without rhyme or reason” as it had come half a year after the novel was first published.
“In the book, sex is depicted for valid purposes, such as to reflect the main character’s emotional changes, instead of to arouse sexual pleasure among readers,” said Lee, who claimed to have read every novel by Murakami.