E-taxis are not a common sight in Hong Kong as they are in the Chinese mainland. While the number of electric vehicles (EVs) in Hong Kong has tripled since 2019, there are still uncertainties surrounding their adoption. In this episode of Hong Kong Enquirer, we examine the challenges standing in the way of EV adoption in the city and potential solutions.
Video games are 60 years old. As they become more and more complex, connected, and "true to life", there are many that prefer to go back to the past.
"Retro" games, which may have been disregarded as obsolete and old-looking by some, have become the centerpoint of large communities. These are in large part people who were not even born when the game was released.
This documentary follows Hong Kong's Classic Tetris community, and tries to explore why, beyond nostalgia, so many new people have picked up the game.
The next wave of Olympic dreams - Surfing in China
With the development of surfing, Hainan Wanning, the home of surfing in China, has cultivated many Chinese surfing talents. We met two young surf athletes who have set their sights on the Olympic podium. We talk to them about their experiences in becoming excellent surfers as the country broadens its perspective on the development of talents.
Silver lining - Peking Opera seeks relevance online during the pandemic
We caught up with three Peking Opera performers to have a look at how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the performing industry and how they have adapted by seeking relevance through social media where they interact with opera fans and keep the show running online.
Hong Kong is the most expensive city in the world to buy a house and it takes more than 18 years for an average resident to buy a 250-square-foot-house. In this China Daily documentary, we look at how a 25 years old finds a home in Hong Kong.
September 19, 2022China Daily DOCS
Changing Asian Comics - A Challenger Approaches from the East
As Korea and China's comic industries are gearing up to compete with Japanese manga, we ask - what took them so long ?
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