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  1. Hong Kong fans not being - punished' by paltry ticket allocation for China clash - HKFARead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    A total of 40 teams will be divided into eight groups of five teams to play home and away round-robin matches for the 2018 World Cup Asian qualifying campaign. The eight group winners and the four best group runners-up will advance to the third round of qualification.

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  2. A heart-pounding view of Hong KongRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    Visitors to the Victoria Peak tourist spot admire the view of Hong Kong's Central district, the territory's financial area You could fork out cash for a stint in a spa and sauna during your trip to Hong Kong. Or you could simply lace up your boots and take a hike up Victoria Peak, guaranteed to leave you with a sheen on your brow more pronounced than any of the city's health resorts could deliver.

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  3. Runway levy likely to be three tieredRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | The Standard

    The Airport Authority is likely to adopt a three-tier construction fee levy on travelers to fund the third runway in a move that has left some insiders in no doubt that it will be backed by the government. As reported by The Standard, the authority is mulling charges of HK$100 to HK$180 per passenger, depending on destination and travel class.

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  4. Conrad Shenzhen Announced for December 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Hotel News Resource

    Conrad Shenzhen is part of a comprehensive development project in the Horoy Qianhai Center. With expansive ocean views, the hotel will be located at the center of the Qianhai CBD, in close proximity to sophisticated office towers, commercial facilities and custom apartments.

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  5. Club Sandwich Index a good guide to dining prices worldwideRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    If you've seen this headline - "Geneva Is the Most Expensive City in the World for Dining Prices" - it's probably based on the recently released Club Sandwich Index, or CSI, compiled by Hotels.com. The index, which can be found at www.lat.ms/1KpEtap , compares the price of a conventional club sandwich in 28 major cities.

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  6. More Brooklyn hotels in worksRead the original story

    Yesterday | Journal Gazette

    NEW YORK About half a mile northwest of Brooklyn's Barclays Center, a 202-room EVEN hotel is rising next to a Holiday Inn that opens in October.

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  7. Inside the Life of China's Most Famous ActressRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TIME.com

    It was 2008 when Californian photographer Rian Dundon, while working as a freelance editorial photographer in Beijing, learned about an unexpected job opportunity: tutor Chinese actress and pop singer, Fan Bingbing. Fan is well accustomed to being in the spotlight since her teenage years.

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  8. China's Expanding Reach And Growing Influence In Central & Eastern EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Forbes.com

    I cover foreign policy, with a focus on Eurasia, for Forbes. I have spent quite a bit of time in academia, having graduate degrees from Yale University and the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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  9. UPDATE 1-Hong Kong retail sales fall for fourth month as tourism slowsRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Reuters

    Hong Kong retail sales fell for the fourth straight month in June as a drop in tourist arrivals continued to hit sales of big-ticket items such as jewellery and watches. Retail sale slipped 0.4 percent from a year earlier in value terms to HK$37 billion in June.

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  10. Why does Hong Kong treat Bruce Lee like an outcast and refuse to honour its greatest son?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | South China Morning Post

    Yonden Lhatoo says it makes no sense that Hong Kong will try anything to bring in tourist dollars except capitalise on its biggest brand name Yonden Lhatoo is a Senior Editor at the South China Morning Post. He's back to what he loves doing the most - writing - after working for nearly two decades as a television news anchor and editor.

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  11. The vehicle has 31 seats and space for about 35 standing passengers. Photo: SCMP PicturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | South China Morning Post

    New World First Bus and Citybus on Thursday announced the arrival of the first of five battery-powered buses they had ordered from mainland manufacturer BYD. The 11.6-metre-long single-deck K9R model bus is air conditioned and can travel about 250km after a full charge at the depot for about four hours, according to the bus companies.

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  12. China stocks plunge in last half hour, on course for lowest month-end close in 5 monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | South China Morning Post

    After trading in positive territory for much of the day, the Shanghai Composite index fell sharply in late trading to close down 2.2 per cent at 3,705.77. Photo: Xinhua A frenetic final half-hour of trading saw mainland markets plunge again, putting them on track for the lowest month-end close in five months.

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  13. Merlin Entertainments sees profits rise despite Alton Towers crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Bournemouth Echo

    THE Poole-based visitor attraction giant Merlin Entertainments has seen profits rise despite the financial impact of the Alton Towers rollercoaster accident. The company's half-year results showed revenues up 2.8 per cent and pre-tax profits up almost 24 per cent to A 49m compared with A 40m last year.

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  14. Hiking in Hong Kong - " 5 best trails to enjoy with your childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | South China Morning Post

    Some consider having small children a limiting factor when exploring the city's wilder side. Yet kids love the outdoors, and the exercise and fresh air is good for everyone.

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  15. Fast Forward focuses on urban ChinaRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Scoop

    An upcoming series of lectures presented by the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Auckland focuses on the unprecedented social and economic development occurring in urban China. Six events taking place from August to October, Fast Forward 2015 - China Now: Architecture and Urbanismoffers insights in to emerging critical design and research approaches that reframe contemporary urbanism.

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  16. Back to its best: the Dukling on Victoria Harbour. Photo: Jonathan WongRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | South China Morning Post

    There are only so many photos you need of yourself jumping off a junk into the sea, right? Many Hongkongers would disagree, but as summer wears on it's worth looking at the boat-based fun to be had in the city beyond the usual all-day-boozing junk. While filling a boat with food, friends and a load of drinks is a classic weekend activity, like all good things it can begin to wear thin with overuse.

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  17. Apple increases its presence in China with new flagship Hong Kong storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Cult of Mac Blog

    Apple is set to open its 23rd Apple Store in China this week - with Hong Kong's fourth retail outlet opening its doors, Thursday local time, in the city's tourist-heavy Tsim Sha Tsui district. This represents another step in Apple's massive Chinese retail expansion, which Tim Cook has said will result in 40 stores in China by the middle of 2016.

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  18. A worker is pictured outside one of Apple's four retail stores in Hong Kong. Photo: ReutersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | South China Morning Post

    Apple will open the doors to its fourth retail outlet in Hong Kong on Thursday, in the tourist-heavy district of Tsim Sha Tsui. This is part of an expansion plan that will see the brand ramp up its physical presence in the city by almost 50 per cent.

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  19. Alton Towers rollercoaster crash to cost Merlin up to A 47MRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Sunday Herald

    COST: Alton Towers owner Merlin expects annual earnings for its theme parks business to drop by as much as A 47 million this year following last month's rollercoaster crash. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire Alton Towers owner Merlin expects annual earnings for its theme parks business to drop by as much as A 47 million this year following last month's rollercoaster crash.

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  20. PGA Tour pro announces that his father is missingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | USA Today

    In an emotional press conference on Tuesday before the start of the Quicken Loans National tournament, PGA Tour player Billy Hurley III announced that his father, Willard Hurley Jr., is missing and asked the public for help finding him. According to Hurley, Willard left home nine days ago with some clothes, cash and drove away in his 1998 Ford F150 truck on Sunday, July 19th.

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