Exposés of China’s Elite a Big Lure in Hong Kong
The trade shows the thirst for information in a society gripped by censorship, and the difficulties that party authorities face in trying to stifle that thirst.
Photos of the Day: May 17
In today's pictures, performers drape themselves in white in Hong Kong, park workers count puffins in Britain, students graduate from college in Maryland, and more.
Dozens hurt in Hong Kong train accident
Passengers thrown inside light railway, with three serious injuries reported in incident north of city.
Hong Kong Derailment Injures Dozens
Sixty-two people were injured, most only lightly, when a light-rail train derailed in Hong Kong Friday afternoon.
Art Basel Arrives in Asia
Art Basel's first Asian edition kicks off next week in Hong Kong. What to expect from the fair.