New York: After two consecutive days of chaos at Hong Kong International Airport, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) Michelle Bachelet expressed her concern and condemned “any form” of violence or destruction of property and urged the demonstrators to “express their views in a peaceful way”. more
Protest disrupts normal operations in Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong: Amid anti-government protests, flight check-in has been suspended at Hong Kong International Airport on Tuesday, media reports said.

Hong Kong airport cancels flights as protests in terminal enter fourth day

Hong Kong City, Aug 12: As anti-government pro-democracy agitation continued for the fourth continuous day at its terminal, the Hong Kong International Airport on Monday cancelled all its ...

Central government strongly condemns flag-insulting acts by radicals in Hong Kong

Beijing/Hong Kong (Xinhua/UNI) A central government spokesperson on Sunday strongly condemned the egregious acts of flinging the Chinese national flag into the sea committed by some radic ...

Hong Kong: Pro-democracy protesters defy police

Hong Kong City: Thousands of pro-democracy protesters on Sunday defied a police ban and blocked major roads in Hong Kong on Sunday, media reports said.

Hong Kong woos Indian investors with business-friendly benefits

Kolkata, Mar 1 (JEN): Hong Kong is wooing Indian investors and businessmen citing its low and simple tax regime, subsidized office space, loan guarantee schemes and easy connectivity to all ...