Seminar on “Expanding Business Opportunities between Bangladesh and Hong Kong” held

Around sixty participants from the HKSAR Government, HKTDC, various Chambers, different companies, SMEs, and Start-ups, along with some members of the Bangladesh community, attended a very interactive seminar on “Expanding…

“The Art of Masks” an International Ethnic Cultural Performances, where Bangladeshi kids show their talent

Twelve small Bangladeshi children proudly showed traditional, folk, and ethnic dance performances of Bangladesh at the “International Ethnic Cultural Performances” in Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza on 13th November 2022.…

Hong Kong ranked again as freest economy

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government on Thursday welcomed the Fraser Institute’s recognition of the territory as the world’s freest economy. In its Economic Freedom of the World 2022…

Bangladesh Association of Hong Kong (BAHK) formed a new EC (2022-2024)

The Consulate General of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh in Hong Kong and the Chief Patron of the Bangladesh Association of Hong Kong (BAHK) have distributed and formed the EC…

Submission of Policy Proposals by DAB Ethnic Minorities Committee

DAB Ethnic Minorities Committee yesterday submitted to the Chief Executive Election candidate Mr. John Lee Ka-chiu a policy proposal on ethnic minorities’ concerns, including strengthening employment and education support, promoting…

Celebration of National Mourning Day 2021 by Consulate General of Bangladesh, Hong Kong

The Consulate General of Bangladesh, Hong Kong, observed the 46th Death Anniversary of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the National Mourning Day-2021 at the consulate…

Facebook, Twitter, Google threaten to quit HK over data laws

US tech giants Facebook , Alphabet Inc’s Google and Twitter have privately warned the Hong Kong government that they could stop offering their services in the city if authorities proceed…

‘Cruise to nowhere’ buzz reaches Kai Tak cruise terminal

Companies are gearing up to start the “cruise to nowhere” this summer by making bookings to berth at the Kai Tak terminal. Jeff Bent, managing director of Worldwide Cruise Terminals,…

Fugitives who fled overseas will be pursued for life: John Lee

Secretary for Security John Lee Ka-chui has warned fugitives who fled overseas that they may become “disposable” when they have no political value, and authorities will pursue them for the…

The New People’s Party recommended govt. to hold a vaccine lottery

The New People’s Party recommended government to hold a vaccine lottery. The lottery will take place once a week for two months and should only open to inoculated individuals. The…