Quarantine exemptions for mainland returnees shelved

Hong Kong moved to insulate itself from a worsening Covid-19 situation on the mainland on Wednesday, by suspending quarantine exemptions for residents returning from anywhere on the mainland bar Guangdong. Up to 6,000 residents could return to Hong Kong each day from the mainland, without being subject to compulsory quarantine,...

Sham Shui Po block, TST hotel put under lockdown

The government on Wednesday evening put a residential block in Sham Po and a hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui under lockdown, in what it described as “precautionary” measures. Residents of Block A of Tung Lo Court on Tai Po Road and guests of the Luxe Manor on Kimberley Road are...

HKU bars union meeting attendees from campus

The University of Hong Kong’s governing council said on Wednesday it was banning all students who attended a controversial meeting of the students' union council from the campus. During the July 7 meeting in question, the students’ union council passed a motion expressing sadness over the death of a man...

CryptoHawk已經為訂閱者提供2個月BTC的回報率為44.5%,ETH的回報率為22.1%

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE, Aug 4, 2021 - (亞太商訊 via SEAPRWire.com) - DigiMax Global Inc.(“公司”或“DigiMax”)(CSE:DIGI)(OTC:DBKSF)是一家提供人工智能(“AI”)和加密貨幣技術解決方案的公司,很高興分享其在自 2021 年 6 月 1 日推出改進後的加密價格指標工具以來已有兩個月。在 6 月的第一個月,在比特幣和以太坊分別下跌 7% 和 15% 的時期,DigiMax 為遵循指標的訂閱者提供了 27% 和 13% 的正回報。截至 7 月底,儘管比特幣和以太坊在 7 月下旬都實現了強勁復甦,但 CryptoHawk 再次“捕捉到了波動性”,並在加密價格上漲時幫助投資者獲得了強勁收益,就像之前的收益捕捉到的一樣加密貨幣價格下跌的月份。在 2021 年 6 月至 7 月的合併期間,比特幣的淨變化為 +5.1%,而以太坊在此期間下跌了 -3.6%。相反,CryptoHawk 為訂閱者提供了比特幣 +44.9% 和以太坊 +22.1%...

HK’s Initium Media moves headquarters to Singapore

Initium Media, a Hong Kong-based digital media outlet, said on Tuesday that it was moving its headquarters to Singapore, citing "difficult" conditions in the SAR. In a letter to readers, Initium's executive editor Susie Wu said “the road to freedom” had become more and more difficult over the past six...

Signal 3 expected to stay in place overnight

The observatory says the Strong Wing Signal No 3 is expected to remain in place overnight and for some time on Wednesday morning, though the chance of a higher warning level is believed to be relatively low. The No 3 signal was issued at 4.25pm on Tuesday as a tropical...

Hong Kong artist Kacey Wong moves to Taiwan

One of Hong Kong's best known artists, Kacey Wong, said on social media that he has left Hong Kong for Taiwan, reportedly because he wanted to go to a place where he would enjoy "100 percent freedom". Wong posted a video message on Facebook on Tuesday containing a song he...

HK reports four new imported Covid cases

Health authorities reported four new Covid-19 infections on Tuesday, all of which were imported cases involving mutated strains. The patients, aged 8 to 33, arrived on a Turkish Airlines flight from Istanbul on August 1. Three of them had received one dose of the BioNtech vaccine in the UK in...

‘Full-day classes unlikely for most schools in Sept’

Most schools will probably not be able to resume full-day classes when the new academic year starts next month, as there’s not enough time for them to achieve the 70-percent vaccination rate for students and staff required by the government. That’s according to the chairman of the Hong Kong Direct...

Activist fined over balloon, another to stand trial

Pro-democracy activists Lee Cheuk-yan and Tsang Kin-shing appeared in court on Tuesday over the releasing of a balloon during a New Year's Day protest, with Tsang receiving a fine after pleading guilty and Lee to be put on trial. Prosecutors told Eastern Court that police had repeatedly warned the pair...

Journalist Steve Vines flees ‘white terror in HK’

Veteran journalist and former RTHK presenter Steve Vines says he has fled the SAR for Britain, to escape the “white terror sweeping through Hong Kong”. In an email sent to friends and former colleagues, Vines said the decision to leave was prompted by "a cumulative series of alarming events, both...

‘Public doctors not told about vaccine plan change’

The president of the Public Doctors' Association, Tony Ling, said on Tuesday that health authorities didn't consult them about the new requirement for medical workers to get vaccinated or pay for regular Covid-19 tests out of their own pocket. Speaking on an RTHK programme, Ling noted that most staff understand...