Divya Gopalan

Divya Gopalan

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong students to take key exam amid coronavirus controls

As Hong Kong reports few new daily cases, major state examination to go ahead with virus measures in place.

Hong Kong students to take key exam amid coronavirus controls

Asia Pacific

COVID-19: Countries across Asia tighten measures

Singapore and Hong Kong extend travel and business restrictions and mass migration has been banned in Indonesia ahead of Ramadan.

COVID-19: Countries across Asia tighten measures

Coronavirus pandemic

Countries worst hit by coronavirus boost battle against epidemic

South Korea and China intensify measures in a bid to stem the virus.

Countries worst hit by coronavirus boost battle against epidemic

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong may see more protests despite extradition bill's end

Demonstrators say the concession will not stop them from protesting against what they see as an unjust leadership and China's influence.

Hong Kong may see more protests despite extradition bill's end

Asia Pacific

Mahjong a dying cultural icon in Hong Kong

The craftspeople who hand-make the tiles for the traditional table game are dying out.

Mahjong a dying cultural icon in Hong Kong

Asia Pacific

China's first e-commerce law offers consumers more protection

China's new e-commerce laws will be effective in wiping out counterfeit goods from the online marketplace.

China's first e-commerce law offers consumers more protection

Asia Pacific

Malaysia abolishes unpopular consumer tax

Goods and services tax law blamed for increase in cost of living, but government must find new way to pay national debt.

Malaysia abolishes unpopular consumer tax

Asia

Anwar Ibrahim's dramatic rise and fall - and rise again

After a political journey with many gripping twists and turns, Anwar Ibrahim comes back to reclaim his spot in the Malaysian leadership.

Anwar Ibrahim's dramatic rise and fall - and rise again

Malaysia

Malaysian opposition wins for the first time since independence

A new generation of voters wanting change and fed up with political corruption vote Mahathir-led coalition to power.

Malaysian opposition wins for the first time since independence

Asia Pacific

How Hong Kong is preparing its youth for the future

Al Jazeera visits a learning centre in Hong Kong teaching children to stay ahead of robots.

How Hong Kong is preparing its youth for the future

Asia

Hong Kong: Activists want 'shark fin' off menu

Activists in Hong Kong are highlighting the 'cruel and brutal' practices used in harvesting shark fins for soup, prior to a major rise in demand around the Chinese New Year celebrations.

Hong Kong: Activists want 'shark fin' off menu

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong housing prices continue to soar

Human Rights advocacy groups say more than a quarter of a million people in Hong Kong live in illegal structures or squalid conditions, and every year that number rises by 20 percent.

Hong Kong housing prices continue to soar