A prominent Hong Kong student activist blames the deteriorated relationship between police and the people of Hong Kong for the Mongkok riots on Monday.» Read More
Holding yellow umbrellas, the protesters demanded to know the whereabouts of booksellers thought to have been taken to China.
Britain reminded its former colony, Hong Kong, of its commitment to press freedom, as the fate of bookseller Lee Bo remained a mystery.
The $1.7 billion valuation Malaysia's troubled state investment fund put on a deal to sell property assets may be too high, the Financial Times reported.
HK leader Leung Chun-ying said there was no indication that China was involved with the five missing booksellers who specialized in critical publications of China.
Nicholas Holt, APAC head of research at Knight Frank, says although mortgage rates in Hong Kong and Singapore will rise, the property market will still be buoyed by low real estate inventories.
The disappearance of a bookseller critical of the Chinese Communist Party has caused an outcry in Hong Kong.
CNBC's Bernie Lo reports on the most "un-McDonald's" McDonald's restaurant in Hong Kong.
Michael Denmark, CEO of The Great European Carnival, talks about the Christmas attractions and new rides down at the Central Harborfront in Hong Kong.
It has been a very warm winter in the Northern Hemisphere, which has weighed on oil prices, explains Mark Jolley, equity strategist at CCB International Securities.
Willy Lin, deputy chairman at the Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI), discusses news of the HK government proposing four new tax-centric ways to fund the retirement protection scheme.
Daniel So, strategist at CMB International Securities, explains that mainland shares are likely to fare better than their Hong Kong peers as Chinese policymakers can provide more stimulus to boost growth.
MIchael Falcon, APAC CEO at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses news of Hong Kong-China mutual fund recognition scheme, which offers more options for Chinese investors.
Herbert Hui, CFO of K. Wah International, says he expects consolidation or even a correction in the Hong Kong property market next year after seven years of rising prices.
Jackson Wong, associate director at Huarong International and Nicholas Brooke, chairman of chairman of Professional Property Services Group, discuss the Fed hike fallout effects on Hong Kong's real estate market.
Andrew Collier, MD of Orient Capital Research, explains why the Chinese are nervous about the end of easy liquidity as the Fed looks set to raise interest rates.
Christine Loh, Hong Kong's Under Secretary for the Environment, says it's the first time hundreds of countries are so close to finalizing an agreement to combat climate change.
China's government doesn't want markets to dip again on the excess supply created by the flurry of Chinese IPOs, says Richard Harris, chief executive of Port Shelter Investment Management.
H-shares face a tougher 2016 because of a potential Fed tightening as well as a yuan devaluation, explains Daniel So, strategist at CMB International Securities.
Medha Samant, investment director of Asian equities at Fidelity International, says Hong Kong's property prices could dip after the Fed hikes rates.
Asia's luxury shoppers are switching their allegiances from long-time favorites Hong Kong and Singapore, and it's not just for a change of scenery.