Li Ka-shing, chairman of Cheung Kong Property Holdings Limited and CK Hutchison Holdings Limited, told the media that he is confident China's leadership is committed to improving governance.
Hong Kong is losing its luster for the increasingly affluent, sophisticated mainland tourists in the coming National Day holiday.
Typhoon Dujuan made landfall in northeastern Taiwan's Yilan County at around 6 pm Monday, bringing the second-strongest storm in 34 years to the county's Su'ao Township.
A fire swept through several boats anchored at the Shau Kei Wan typhoon shelter in Hong Kong this afternoon, injuring at least five people.
Police have apprehended more than 19,000 suspects in a three-month cross-border anti-triad operation in Hong Kong, Macao and Guangdong province.
The Taiwan air force has confirmed that an AT-3 training aircraft lost contact with air traffic control on Tuesday during a routine training flight.
The Chinese economic hub of Shanghai is expected to roll out a regulation to better protect the rights of Taiwan investors and boost trade between the two regions.
Hong Kong needs a vast number of talents and its Immigration Department will work to attract talents worldwide through continuously optimizing the immigration policy, Hong Kong's Director of Immigration Chan Kwok-ki said.
The Chief Executive's Office of Hong Kong announced on Friday that Ronald Chan Ngok-pang has been appointed as Under Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs.
A report released on Wednesday by Hong Kong's Financial Services Development Council set out recommendations for enhancing the region's position as a preferred booking center.
The Chinese mainland will begin issuing electronic travel passes to Taiwan visitors from Sept. 21, replacing the current paper versions.
Mainland and Taiwan regulators agreed to improve financial and banking cooperation during the fifth cross-Straits meeting on banking supervision held on Monday in Nantou county.