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Two worlds collide in Hong Kong: How a British banker came to be accused of killing two Indonesian women

HONG KONG – The banker, Rurik George Caton Jutting, a Cambridge graduate, came from London in 2013, one of thousands of expatriates who arrive in Hong Kong every year to pursue jobs in banking and burnish their resumes with Asia experience. 1,428 more words


Hong Kong Protest Sites Slammed By 'Largest Cyberattack Ever'

Media websites connected to the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement have been slammed in recent months with what has been described as one of the largest cyberattacks… 176 more words

Luxurious Peninsula Hotel

The Luxurious Peninsula Hotel

This world renown hotel is located in Hong Kong. It was opened in
1928. It is a 30 a story building. The Peninsula provides all of the luxury… 47 more words

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The biggest problem with Hong Kong's "democracy"

There is something terribly wrong about Hong Kong’s democracy system. Thanks to the media reports and Occupy protesters, many people know the problem with the 2017 chief executive election and its restricted candidacy process, but that’s not the only major problem with HK’s democracy. 645 more words


Fall in Hong Kong

It’s been a busy November here in Hong Kong with baking, a visitor, mini-holidays, races, junk boats, local island hopping and so on. Joel and I have officially settled in here. 45 more words




Back to Dondonya at Elements for lunch.  The lunch set was great.  I took note of some amusing sculptures outside the restaurant.

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