A cat finds itself stuck in quite the predicament with a traffic cone, but thankfully it’s a good chuckle as the kitty gets out without so much as a scratch. Keep on reading today’s High Tide to find the video!
Hong Kong announced a roadmap for recovery from COVID-19 and its restrictions in three stages. The plan includes changes on curbs in restaurants and on travel and fewer restrictions for those who get vaccinated.
The Epoch Times (a publication linked to Falun Gong) printing presses were vandalised on Monday. A group of four masked men destroyed property with sledgehammers, with the whole incident lasting for about two minutes.
About 20% of sexual harassment cases have been resolved with conciliation talks. According to a report by the Equal Opportunities Commission, 33 of the 144 complaints were sorted with conciliation.
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Webb-site @webbhkGovernment misled LegCo over HKIDs: A quick Sunday search using a single popular name finds 8 pairs of matching masked HKIDs in the Companies Registry. There must be hundreds or thousands of other such pairs on other names - yet the Gove... https://t.co/UKWZkEkKhq
Backchat is a great supplement to your daily High Tide to get more perspectives and details on HK’s news, and today’s with economic and political analyst David Webb is sure to be no exception.
Celebrate women in Indian art or learn about what art is worth by joining in on the live online events coming this weekend.
Cinephiles and casual movie-watchers alike can enjoy this year’s EU Film Festival in the latter half of April. See the best in film that the EU has to offer!