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Top Hong Kong Articles

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  • Lenovo espera cerrar adquisiciones con IBM y Google a fin de año

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Las compras por parte de Lenovo Group Ltd de la unidad de servidores de bajo costo de IBM Corp y de Motorola Mobility de Google Inc deberían estar cerradas antes de fin de año, dijo el miércoles el presidente ejecutivo de la firma...
  • Chinese developers muscle in on Hong Kong as mainland market slows

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese developers are moving aggressively into Hong Kong, outbidding their cross-border rivals for prime sites as policy uncertainty and falling property prices on the mainland send them scouring for opportunities to invest...
  • Chinese Box Office Sets First Half Record

    HONG KONG - "Transformers- Age of Extinction" enjoyed a huge debut in China and it topped a massive week for Hollywood in the Middle Kingdom. But the highest scoring film of the year so far remains Chinese. And with local and Hollywood titles powering...
  • Pro-democracy marchers fill streets in Hong Kong

    Pro-democracy marchers fill streets in Hong Kong
    Braving heat and rain showers, and hoisting signs with slogans such as “Universal suffrage!” marchers filled the streets of Hong Kong on Tuesday to press for greater democracy in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory. Demonstrators packed...
  • Pictures in the News | June 27, 2014

     
    Friday's Pictures in the News begins in the Southland, where U.S. soccer fans on the Hermosa Beach Pier had much to celebrate as their team's loss to Germany still allowed the U.S. to advance into the Cup's knockout round. Over in Anaheim, exuberant young...
  • Hong Kong votes in unofficial democracy poll in defiance of China

    Hong Kong votes in unofficial democracy poll in defiance of China
    More than 780,000 votes were cast by Sunday, the final day of an unofficial referendum on democratic reforms in Hong Kong, part of a civil campaign that has been branded illegal by local and mainland Chinese authorities. Hong Kong, a free-wheeling,...
  • Hong Kong finaliza referéndum sobre democracia en desafío a Pekín

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Más de 780.000 votos fueron recogidos el domingo en las urnas en el último día del referéndum no oficial sobre reformas democráticas en Hong Kong, parte de una campaña civil que ha sido calificada como ilegal por las autoridades...
  • Kelsey Grammer trades 'Frasier' for villains and tough guys

     Kelsey Grammer trades 'Frasier' for villains and tough guys
    With his stentorian voice and pompous whiff of erudition, Kelsey Grammer cemented a spot in TV history playing Dr. Frasier Crane for 20 years, first on "Cheers" and then on "Frasier." But now, since Grammer's 2011-12 Starz series "Boss" effectively...
  • This is one toy commercial that goes on waaaaay too long

    There's only one thing anyone really needs to know about "Transformers: Age of Extinction," Michael Bay's fourth exercise in robot-on-robot violence and aggressive product placement: at nearly 3 hours, it's the longest "Transformers" movie yet. Any...
  • In 'Transformers: Age of Extinction,' things get Bayed — big time

    In 'Transformers: Age of Extinction,' things get Bayed — big time
    After nearly three hours in the crucible that is "Transformers: Age of Extinction," a sort of shorthand might be helpful to discuss the fourth edition of the ginormous action franchise ruled by the iron fist of director Michael Bay. To that end, let's...
  • China to Give Film Industry Cash Injection

    HONG KONG - China's film industry is to benefit from a government stimulus package, it was announced on Thursday. According to official news agency Xinhua there will be a cash injection of RMB1 billion ($163 million), provided by a cluster of ministries....
  • With new rules, China tightens screws on press freedom

    With new rules, China tightens screws on press freedom
    For the past few months, freelance investigative journalist Ji Xuguang has been researching a story on the Chinese government’s program of demolishing people’s homes to make way for development projects. He planned to pitch it to one of his...