Supporting independent media integral to keeping Hong Kong’s press freedoms afloat

Supporting independent media integral to keeping Hong Kong’s press freedoms afloat

Experts weigh in on how Hong Kong can protect the ailing state of its press freedoms.

Listen: Talking Taiwan’s presidential election on podcast launch

Listen: Talking Taiwan’s presidential election on podcast launch

Taiwan’s election outcome and its subsequent effects on its relationship with Hong Kong and China are the subject of the first episode of Spyglass, a…

Art as resistance at Hong Kong’s anti-government protests: photo essay, part 2

Art as resistance at Hong Kong’s anti-government protests: photo essay, part 2

Part 2 of this photo series. Non-violent but not always legal, creative resistance in its diverse forms have become a staple of Hong Kong’s anti-government…

Vaping, Winnie the Pooh, and housing woes: HT’s top articles of 2019

Vaping, Winnie the Pooh, and housing woes: HT’s top articles of 2019

A compilation of Harbour Times’ most popular articles in 2019.

Art as resistance at Hong Kong’s anti-government protests: photo essay

Art as resistance at Hong Kong’s anti-government protests: photo essay

Non-violent but not always legal, creative resistance in its diverse forms have become a staple of Hong Kong’s anti-government protests in 2019.

Blood, sweat, and blue spray: HT’s top shots of 2019

Blood, sweat, and blue spray: HT’s top shots of 2019

In this photo essay, Harbour Times showcases the work of its photojournalists who braved tear gas and pepper spray on Hong Kong’s streets, bringing its…

Year in Review: Policies that shook Hong Kong in 2019

Year in Review: Policies that shook Hong Kong in 2019

Hong Kong experienced a momentous year that affected all parts of its society. Harbour Times highlights the city’s top policy moments in 2019. Photo: A…

Who decides how you die: ‘Advance directives’ have yet to give patients legal autonomy over end of life care

Who decides how you die: ‘Advance directives’ have yet to give patients legal autonomy over end of life care

Often overlooked, advance directives are a means for individuals to control their end of life care. Photo by Jimmy Chan.

Municipal Solid Waste charging scheme alone cannot save HK from its waste dumping woes

Municipal Solid Waste charging scheme alone cannot save HK from its waste dumping woes

Smart lampposts and a tipping system are two suggested methods of preventing residents from breaching the Municipal Solid Waste charging scheme. Photo: A land to…

Think tank urges the government to put Hong Kong’s inequality on the agenda

Think tank urges the government to put Hong Kong’s inequality on the agenda

A business group’s report directly addresses inequality in Hong Kong; it suggests that the government should do the same.