Two billionaire brothers who control Asia's biggest property development company have been charged with corruption, anti-bribery officials in Hong Kong said Friday.
Sun Hung Kai shares plunge following arrest of company's co-chairmen in a major corruption probe in Hong Kong.
On the tenth floor of a commercial building in Hong Kong, the neon lit streets of the city's Lan Kwai Fong bar district below are replaced by Qing Dynasty antiques and the alluring waft of Chinese cuisine.
Chinese President Hu Jintao arrives in Hong Kong for the 15th anniversary of the handover of the colony to Beijing.
Hong Kong's market regulator has hit the sponsor of a 2009 new listing with the biggest fine it has imposed to date in another sign of its crackdown on lax practices after a flood of problematic listings of businesses from China.
From the ice age to the modern age, a 42,000-year-old baby woolly mammoth debuted on the world stage in Hong Kong.
This weekend nostalgic diners with a big budget will be able to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic by sampling the luxury liner's last menu -- as well as actual wine salvaged from the wreck.
Sandwiched between Hong Kong and Shenzhen -- two of the world's busiest metropolises -- lies a Cold War-era anomaly: a 26 square kilometer green zone that is home to isolated villages, fishponds and flocks of migratory birds.
Two of Hong Kong's biggest property tycoons who were arrested last week in connection with a corruption investigation protested their innocence on Tuesday.
Brothers Thomas and Raymond Kwok, who control Hong Kong's biggest property development company, Sun Hung Kai, have been arrested for suspected corruption, authorities said Thursday.
The Hong Kong Court of Appeals on Wednesday overturned a historic ruling that would have allowed overseas maids to seek permanent resident status in the affluent Chinese territory.
A Hong Kong Court denies domestic workers the right to apply for permanent residency. CNN's Ramy Inocencio reports.
As CY Leung is elected Hong Kong's new CEO, Anna Coren finds out how much influence China had in the election.
Protesters pushed their way past police in rowdy scenes as elite members of Hong Kong's Election Committee decided the city-state's next chief executive.
Elections to select Hong Kong's top official, known as the Chief Executive, are supposed to be predictable.
Drama and controversy plagues Hong Kong election process. CNN's Anna Coren reports on why Beijing is so concerned.
When Pieter Franken visited Hong Kong one of the first things he did was measure the level of radiation in his hotel room.
CNN's Andrew Stevens looks at the the long and distinguished history of horse racing in Hong Kong.
Tensions between Hong Kong residents and visitors from mainland China ratcheted up Wednesday, after a full-page advertisement decrying a so-called invasion of "locusts" from across the border appeared in a local newspaper.
An honest taxi driver and forgetful passenger have left Hong Kong police trying to sort out who has a rightful claim on more than $250,000 in cash left in the back of a cab.
Several people were killed in a fire at Hong Kong's Ladies' Market. CNN's Ramy Inocencio reports.
The death toll from a deadly fire that swept through a popular tourist market in Hong Kong Wednesday morning has risen to nine, officials have said.
For sale: Hong Kong apartment with sweeping sea views and three rooms, all signs of a recent grisly murder in the bathroom eliminated, will take offers between 15-20% below market value.
A nearly 9-hour flight delay turned into a standoff at Hong Kong airport Wednesday, with passengers refusing to leave the plane for 5-hours until the airline agreed to higher compensation.
Yu Ying Ho sits on the floor of his funeral goods shop surrounded by everything you could possibly want when you're dead.
Shopping and eating; Hong Kong's two main pursuits.
Bo Man-Hong is sipping tea after his morning swim in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbor.
Three weeks ago, a man behaving strangely in a city subway station in Hong Kong attracted the attention of police, fearing he may be a terrorist plotting a train attack.
An investigation is under way into a previously unrevealed incident last week in which two jetliners nearly collided over Hong Kong, aviation authorities said Tuesday.
Each year competitors fight it out for the most buns at the Cheung Chau Bun Carnival in Hong Kong.
The city has some of the world most expensive property, but construction rattles the city's most exclusive districts.
In Hong Kong you can feel the current property boom.
Hong Kong suspended food and milk imports from five prefectures in Japan on Wednesday after radiation was detected in vegetable imports at the city's international airport.
In Hong Kong, where factory space is stacked in skyscrapers, the 15th floor of an industrial block houses vast tanks in which thousands of rare fish swim under the eerie, purple glow of UV lights.
Some 290 kilograms (639 pounds) of "high-grade cocaine" was discovered in a shipping container at a Hong Kong terminal, the government said in a statement Wednesday.
The first human case of bird flu in seven years has been diagnosed in Hong Kong, health officials said Thursday, urging the public to take precautions.
Shoppers from mainland China travel to Hong Kong to avoid rising prices. CNN's Pauline Chiou reports.
Stocks recovered from earlier losses to close higher Tuesday after meeting minutes suggested the Federal Reserve will act soon to provide additional support for the economy.
A woman celebrating the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to a Chinese dissident has been charged with assault for accidentally splashing champagne on a security guard outside the Chinese central government's liaison office in Hong Kong.
Philippine media are getting a hard look as authorities investigate the fatally bungled rescue of tourists in a bus standoff last month.
CNN's Andrew Stevens talks with Maersk's North Asia CEO about a new fuel alternative for its vessels.
Hong Kong's government has issued a warning to tourists to leave the Philippines. CNN's Pauline Chiou reports.
The hostage crisis in Manila that left eight Hong Kong tourists dead has generated sorrow and anger as well as raised many questions over the handling of the situation by the Filipino authorities.
With Hong Kong close to passing its first minimum wage, CNN's Eunice Yoon looks at the debate over the city's pay floor.
Hong Kong lawmakers resumed debate Wednesday on a bill that may result in the region's first statutory minimum wage.
An accident on a ride at a Chinese amusement park has left six dead, and several more injured, Chinese media agencies reported Tuesday.
Lawmakers in Hong Kong are set to vote on a plan that sets the pace of democratic reform, as CNN's Eunice Yoon reports.
Protesters on Wednesday rallied outside Hong Kong's Legislative Council as lawmakers began debate over an electoral reform package that may determine the Chinese territory's political future.
CNN.com's Kevin Voigt goes behind the scenes of Hong Kong's "gray market" sales of iPads.
My father pulled out an old cigar box, held closed by several long rubber bands. I was 8 years old and knew that this box had come with us from Hong Kong and therefore must be very important, because we had been able to bring so little with us.
Kristie Lu Stout zips all around the globe on assignment for CNN, but she doesn't have to go far to enjoy first-class cuisine, gaze at a world-famous skyline or walk the streets of a beautiful metropolis.
While investigating a missing persons report, Hong Kong police discover $43.4 million worth of cocaine.
The iPad may have exclusively launched in the United States on Saturday, but by Monday hundreds were available in the stores of Hong Kong -- thanks to the city's laissez faire retail laws and the work of traders such as Ronald Leung.
Air pollution at or near record levels in Hong Kong on Monday was caused by a sandstorm from northern China, environmental officials said.
When choosing a career, Johnnie To considered becoming a policeman. However more than three decades after accepting a job at a TV station he's still shooting the Hong Kong underbelly but from behind a camera.
An American woman called the "milkshake murderer" after she was found guilty of killing her husband in a case that rocked Hong Kong's expatriate community had her conviction thrown out Thursday by Hong Kong's highest appeals court.
CNN's Eunice Yoon reports on the controversy surrounding Hong Kong's first IPO by a Russian company.
Police in Hong Kong arrest two suspects over a series of acid attacks that have terrorized the city.
Hong Kong police said they had arrested two men in connection with an acid attack that injured six people last month.
Another mysterious acid attack took place during the weekend in Hong Kong. It was the sixth such incident in the past year.
Mysterious acid attacks keep occurring in Hong Kong. CNN's Pauline Chiou reports on the sixth attack in the past year.
The acid thrower who has terrorized Hong Kong over the last year remained at large Monday after a man arrested in connection with an attack at a popular tourist spot was ruled out as a suspect.
Police in Hong Kong are searching for a man they believe was responsible for the latest acid attack on a popular tourist spot.
Police in Hong Kong said they have arrested one man in connection with an acid attack that injured 30 people at a popular tourist haunt Saturday night.
Mainland Chinese flock to high-end stores in Hong Kong to spend bucks. CNN's Andrew Stevens reports.
When you think of a winery, you probably imagine the bucolic Napa Valley or the dangling vineyard grapes in French wine country.
Hong Kong opens its first winery, despite having no vineyards or land. CNN's Pauline Chiou reports.
The saying goes that life imitates art. But that's the last thing you want when you write crime fiction. You never want to see the things you write about mirrored back to you in real life.
Some young girls in Hong Kong spend time with older men for a fee. CNN's Pauline Chiou reports
She doesn't want to be identified, except by her nickname "Sze," and she has a secret past. Her father doesn't know what she did as a 16-year-old, and she hopes he never finds out. But Sze, now 19, wants young girls to hear her story so they never make the same mistake.
Eleven people were injured when a man threw acid during an altercation Sunday in a bustling market district, the fourth such attack in Hong Kong this year.
Ketamine has become the drug of choice among young people, as the number of people under 21 taking drugs has surged 57 percent in the last four years in Hong Kong, said Commissioner for Narcotics, Sally Wong.
A plastic bag levy, a total indoor smoking ban and skyscrapers shutting the lights off? There has been a flurry of environmentally-friendly activity in Hong Kong over the past few weeks.
Emergency personnel treat acid attack victims in Hong Kong after a bottle of acid was tossed from atop a building.
Remembering the protests at Tiananmen Square, CNN's Pauline Chiou reports from a candlelight vigil in Hong Kong, China.
Police hunting for a New Zealand couple who allegedly fled the country after a bank mistakenly paid them $NZ10 million ($6 million) believe they traveled to Hong Kong.
Police hunting for a New Zealand couple who fled the country after a bank mistakenly paid them $NZ10 million (US$6 million) believe they traveled to Hong Kong.
Thirty people were treated for burns after they were hit with two bottles of acid Saturday at a Hong Kong shopping district, police said.
CNN's John Vause reports on the remarkable progress of a village in China flattened by an earthquake just a year ago.
The World Health Organization has called the swine flu outbreak spreading around the world a "public health emergency of international concern."
As cases of swine flu spark global concern, Dr. Gupta travels to Mexico City, the epicenter of this outbreak.
Hotel guests are relieved to be freed after being quarantined due to the swine flu outbreak. CNN's Pauline Chiou reports
Waving and cheering like survivors of some kind of disaster, 200 guests of a Hong Kong business hotel who were confined for a week due to a swine flu scare left the building Friday.
The mood at Hong Kong's Metropark Hotel was subdued Thursday -- but only because most of the guests were in their rooms nursing hangovers from a night of partying the evening before.
In Hong Kong, where the alert level has been raised to "emergency" after reporting its first case of swine flu, authorities are trying to keep the H1N1 virus from spreading through the metropolis of 7 million people through quarantine, stepped-up border measures and surveillance.
Several people are currently under quarantine in a Hong Kong hotel amid fears of swine flu. CNN's Eunice Yoon reports.
Hundreds of guests and staff were under quarantine at a hotel in China on Saturday after a guest there contracted the H1N1 virus.
Watching the news out of Mexico is causing a case of déjà vu for Dr. Lo Wing-Luk.
Standing on a turfed roof garden of an old Chinese building, property developer Amil Khan surveys the ever-changing skyline of Hong Kong.
The KCR train sped north through Hong Kong's New Territories, on its way to the city's border town crossing with mainland China.
CNN's Eunice Yoon reports on the ailing Asian toy market.
Toymakers struggling to survive the global economic downturn are turning to emerging markets and niche products in an effort to make up for lost revenue, industry experts and manufacturers said during the Hong Kong Toys and Game Fair.
Asian and Pacific stock exchanges were mostly higher on the first trading day of the new year, with Hong Kong and South Korean markets showing strong gains Friday while Australia was nearly flat.
Authorities in Hong Kong ordered about 80,000 chickens killed Tuesday after discovering dozens of birds had died of bird flu at a farm in the territory.
American voters in Hong Kong give CNN their views on the U.S. Elections.
Global stock indexes rebounded from several days of steep losses Tuesday, with Hong Kong leading the advance.
Bank bailout plans in the US and Europe offer hope, but many investors are watching for signs of stabilization from Wall Street markets