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More than one in four secondary school leavers in Hong Kong

More than one in four secondary school leavers in Hong Kong intend to study overseas, according to a poll by a youth organisation.⁠ ⁠ The organisation has found that the number of young people in the city following such trends remains high.⁠ ⁠ The poll involving more than 500 teens…...

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The travel plans of Hong Kong students stuck in Britain and

The travel plans of Hong Kong students stuck in Britain and desperate to return home have been plunged into disarray by officials deciding against lifting Covid-19 entry bans in favour of focusing on reopening the border with mainland China.⁠ ⁠ Some parents said their children felt abandoned by the Hong…...

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When Joel John Roberts left hotel quarantine in Hong Kong on

When Joel John Roberts left hotel quarantine in Hong Kong on July 13, he had an important meeting. Roberts, 60, was reuniting with his biological mother, who had given him up when he was two weeks old.⁠ ⁠ Each day in quarantine, Roberts’ mother, now 80 and who wants to…...

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Hong Kong has revoked the quarantine exemptions for a Saudi

Hong Kong has revoked the quarantine exemptions for a Saudi Arabia consulate worker and his household, after the family broke self-isolating rules and two of the children caught Covid-19.⁠ ⁠ “Anyone in that household who is not a confirmed case has been sent to a quarantine centre,” a government source…...

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Lam Man-chung, executive editor-in-chief of the now-defunct

Lam Man-chung, executive editor-in-chief of the now-defunct Apple Daily newspaper, was arrested by Hong Kong national security police on Wednesday morning.⁠ ⁠ Lam is the eighth senior company executive to be arrested since police last month mounted a sweeping operation against the 26-year-old publication founded by jailed media tycoon Jimmy…...

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The much-delayed travel bubble between Hong Kong and Singapo

The much-delayed travel bubble between Hong Kong and Singapore will be subject to further review in late August as conditions for launching the quarantine-free arrangement are still unsuitable.⁠ ⁠ A Hong Kong government spokesman said that the two sides were reviewing the pandemic situation, highlighting the recent surge in Covid-19…...

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Seven young Hongkongers have achieved perfect scores on the

Seven young Hongkongers have achieved perfect scores on the local university entrance exams,⁠ ⁠ This year, 12 candidates had to miss at least some written portions because of mandatory coronavirus screenings.⁠ ⁠ It will also be the first time students will be sent their DSE exam results via SMS, which…...

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Hong Kong authorities have warned they will consider prosecu

Hong Kong authorities have warned they will consider prosecuting a man who received two Covid-19 jabs locally despite being fully vaccinated elsewhere, condemning his “extremely selfish and irresponsible” behaviour.⁠ ⁠ The move followed media reports of the 30-year-old receiving the BioNTech vaccine despite having taken two Moderna shots in Singapore.…...

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Hong Kong has confirmed no new Covid-19 cases for the fifth

Hong Kong has confirmed no new Covid-19 cases for the fifth time this month. ⁠ ⁠ Medical sources said a Saudi Arabian consulate employee’s 13-year-old daughter – in a critical condition after contracting the coronavirus – is showing signs of improvement.⁠ ⁠ Monday’s zero caseload extends the city’s run without…...

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