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A Subversive Message in Hong Kong Goes Up in Lights 

The city has gone to great lengths to contain protests during Mr. Zhang’s visit, but pro-democracy messages have slipped through.

BEIJING — Jason Lam reports: For more than a minute on Tuesday night, nine-digit numbers were displayed across the facade of  400 more words

Art & Culture

Family History with a Smartphone Workshops Featured in Ming Pao

We had a wonderful time at the first workshop for “Family History with a Smartphone” on Sunday, April 17th! The workshop series was covered in… 33 more words

PCHC-MoM Special Event

Hong Kong shouldn’t and can’t be independent, says Ming Pao newspaper boss -- "Why Not Let The People Decide"

Hong Kong Free Press

The Chairman of Chinese newspaper Ming Pao Daily has spoken out against Hong Kong independence while urging the city to take advantage of One Country, Two Systems, at a summit on China’s 13th Five Year Plan on Monday. 255 more words

“Weapons” and “Explosives” Found at Activists' Hideout?

Real Hong Kong News

23rd February, 2016

“Weapons” and “Explosives” Found at Activists’ Hideout?

Ray Wong, a spokesperson of Hong Kong Indigenous who disappeared after the clash between protesters and police on the first day of the Lunar New Year (8th Feb), was arrested on 21st Feb together with a 28 years old man. 572 more words

Hong Kong

MYSTERIES: The 500 Year Old Chinese City on Cape Breton Island

Learn more here ….MYSTERIES: The 500 Year Old Chinese City on Cape Breton Island

The Story: Back in 2002, architect, amateur historian and native Cape Bretoner Paul Chiasson went for a hike up Kelly’s Mountain on Cape Dauphin near Sydney on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.

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Two found guilty of knife attack on Hong Kong editor



A file photo of Ming Pao’s former chief editor Kevin Lau, who was brutally attacked, being transferred to a private ward in Eastern Hospital after spending three days in intensive care in Hong Kong March 1, 2014. 108 more words

Hong Kong: Men Charged With Attack on Ming Pao Newspaper Editor Were Beaten and Tortured In Mainland

A Hong Kong police superintendent has denied that mainland authorities had been asked to interrogate, beat and torture the two men accused of a knife attack on former newspaper editor Kevin Lau. 320 more words