Sarah Clarke

Sarah Clarke

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong: Conservation group fights to save indigenous culture

Hong Kong may be famous for its crowded urban living, but it was once home to a thriving rural population.

Hong Kong: Conservation group fights to save indigenous culture

Arts & Culture

Hong Kong hosts first major global e-sport competition

An online video game called the League of Legends is considered the most popular electronic sport in the world.

Hong Kong hosts first major global e-sport competition

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong schools encouraged to use Mandarin

The future of Hong Kong’s native language, Cantonese, is in doubt.

Hong Kong schools encouraged to use Mandarin

Asia Pacific

Meet Brother Cream, Hong Kong's coolest cat

Hundreds of people crowd the stage to get a glimpse of Hong Kong’s most famous cat, Brother Cream. A craze for celebrity pets has become a billion dollar industry in China.

Meet Brother Cream, Hong Kong's coolest cat

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong: Thousands join vigil for Tiananmen Square anniversary

Thousands of people in Hong Kong have held a candle-lit vigil to commemorate the 28th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre.

Hong Kong: Thousands join vigil for Tiananmen Square anniversary

Asia Pacific

What other cities can learn from Hong Kong's transport system

One of the world's biggest cities, Hong Kong has more shopping malls per square kilometre than any other. With its heavily dense population, the city relies substantially on its rail network.

What other cities can learn from Hong Kong's transport system

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong: Top security geeks compete for GeekPwn 2017 prize

Hundreds of security techies are meeting in Hong Kong to compete for what many consider the Nobel Prize for hacking in Asia. Monetary prizes valued at $700,000 will be awarded to the best hackers across a range of smart devices.

Hong Kong: Top security geeks compete for GeekPwn 2017 prize

Arts & Culture

Tiananmen square museum re-opens in Hong Kong

A museum in Hong Kong commemorating the Tiananmen Square massacre has been reopened, 10 months after it was forced to close.

Tiananmen square museum re-opens in Hong Kong

Asia Pacific

Student suicides on the rise in Hong Kong

Hong Kong's government is investigating a recent rise in the number of student suicides. It is recommending counselling for young people under pressure and better training for teachers.

Student suicides on the rise in Hong Kong

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong tackles rubbish crisis

Hong Kong produces around 3,380 tonnes of food waste per day, but landfill space is fast running out. To tackle the problem, the government is building an incinerator and an organic waste plant.

Hong Kong tackles rubbish crisis

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong to increase Star Ferry fares

The Star Ferry is one of the most recognised attractions in Hong Kong and also one of the cheapest forms of public transport. But the cost to ride is set to increase by 30 percent under a proposal by the company to raise more revenue.

Hong Kong to increase Star Ferry fares

Asia Pacific

'Pink Star' diamond sells for record $71m

A rare pink diamond has become the world's most expensive gemstone ever sold at auction. Nicknamed the 'Pink Star', it was bought by one of Hong Kong's biggest jewellery stores for a record $71m.

'Pink Star' diamond sells for record $71m