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Supply chain reaction: trade war refugees race to relocate to Vietnam, Thailand

29 Nov 2018

HONG KONG/BANGKOK Fred Perrotta spent four years building a network of Chinese suppliers for his line of trendy backpacks, but as soon as the United States announced tariffs on almost half of its Chinese imports, he started looking for suppliers in other countries. | Video

Chinese geneticist reveals another 'potential' gene-edited pregnancy

28 Nov 2018

HONG KONG A Chinese scientist at the centre of an ethical storm over what he claims are the world's first genetically edited babies said on Wednesday he is proud of his work and revealed there was a second "potential" pregnancy as part of the research. | Video

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Chinese geneticist says another "potential" gene-edited pregnancy

28 Nov 2018

HONG KONG, Nov 28 A Chinese scientist at the centre of an ethical storm over what he claims are the world's first genetically edited babies said on Wednesday he is proud of his work and revealed that another there was a second "potential" pregnancy as part of the research.

Hong Kong bars British journalist from entering

09 Nov 2018

HONG KONG Hong Kong has barred a Financial Times journalist from entering the city as a visitor, after authorities refused to renew his work visa in October, in a move a British official said undermined free speech.

Macau billionaire revives dormant theme park project, without theme park

18 Oct 2018

MACAU The son of billionaire Macau casino magnate Stanley Ho on Thursday announced the revival of an entertainment project left dormant for eight years, as authorities move to seize idle land in the world's largest gambling hub.

Rising sea levels, storm surges pose risks for Hong Kong's artificial island project

11 Oct 2018

HONG KONG As Hong Kong recovers from one of the strongest typhoons in decades, a controversial plan to build a vast artificial island is facing intense scrutiny from environmental groups, lawmakers and academics who say it will be vulnerable to rising sea levels and storms.

Rising sea levels, storm surges pose risks for Hong Kong's artificial island project

11 Oct 2018

HONG KONG As Hong Kong recovers from one of the strongest typhoons in decades, a controversial plan to build a vast artificial island is facing intense scrutiny from environmental groups, lawmakers and academics who say it will be vulnerable to rising sea levels and storms.

Tidal wave of Chinese marine parks fuels murky cetacean trade

21 Sep 2018

(This September 20 story corrects name of China Cetacean Alliance in paragraph 15) | Video

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