Both the riot police and protesters brace for possible further clashes today over the extradition bill.
After receiving RM1.6b offer for the M'sia Building, Putrajaya now seeking even higher bids.
Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah was finance minister when Malaysian government acquired HK property.
The controversial bill suggests up to three years' jail and a HK$50k fine for the offence.
Lee Khai Loon is baffled by linkage of his HK visit to a pro-independence movement.
'I think most people don’t want HK to become another Chinese city,' says Democratic Party leader.
It links the financial centre of Hong Kong, the gambling hub of Macau and the Pearl River Delta, south of China.
Of late, the HK National Party has been banned, and some activists barred from standing in elections.
Hong Kong officials are cracking down on perceived national security threats, including denying journalists work visas.
The Financial Times said in an editorial at the weekend the incident 'sends a chilling message'.
Critics say the US$11 billion train project is a symbol of continuing Chinese assimilation of Hong Kong.
His firm seems to be operating normally, with staff claiming the boss is on holiday.
Official denies report that claimed Low travelled from Macau to the mainland.
However, the arrest warrant and Interpol red notice against him are still in force, says S'pore police rep.
Hong Kong police have no obligation to arrest, even if he is on an Interpol red notice, says report.
The Sunday rally marks the 21st anniversary of the city’s return to Chinese rule.
A 44-year-old woman was arrested in a city usually ranked one of the safest in the world.
Wong along with Nathan Law and Alex Chow had served roughly two months in jail.
Protesters also fret over judicial independence in Hong Kong.
‘It is not in the interests of HK’s development and must stop,’ says Carrie Lam.
Joshua Wong, who played a prominent role in the 'Umbrella movement', was jailed for six months.
The Sino-British Joint Declaration on how the city will be ruled is no longer relevant, says Chinese Foreign Ministry.
The Hong Kong branch of private bank Coutts & Co Ltd has to pay a fine of HK$7 million (US$900,800).
To her allies, Carrie Lam is a fighter, tough and capable. To others, Lam is divisive, vague and a bully.