A Hong Kong court has found nine leaders of 2014 pro-democracy demonstrations guilty on public nuisance and other charges.
Proposed changes to Hong Kong’s extradition law, allowing suspects to be sent to mainland China, have been met with concerns from business and human rights groups.
Mobile operator Three has booked rising annual revenues and profits as it prepares for the launch of its 5G network later this year.
The BBC is seeking to “captivate Chinese audiences” with a Mandarin adaptation of hit series Life On Mars.
Lynne Mennie did just that and told Ellie House about the adventures along the way.
China has opened the world’s longest sea-crossing bridge linking Hong Kong to the mainland, a feat of engineering carrying immense economic and political significance.
A mini supermarket containing only packaging is going under the hammer.
The Hebridean Celtic Festival has proven to be a beacon of hope for overseas visitors as residents from a small Hong Kong village travels to the north to gain inspiration for their own impending festival.
Aberdeen is the third most expensive city in the UK for expatriate workers, according to a global study.
They are worlds apart - but a Western Isles festival is giving inspiration to a tiny Hong Kong community,
Two rare bottles of Scotch described as the “Holy Grail of Macallan” set new world records for any whisky sold at auction.
A picturesque beach airport in the Outer Hebrdes - where planes can only land and take off when the tide is out - has come second in a competition to find the planet’s most scenic runway.
It is the oldest bottle of Brora whisky and has just been sold at auction for £14,534.
A Hong Kong man beaten nearly to death by racist thugs in Aberdeen has sent city residents a Chinese new year message: "I'll be back to see you one day".
Husband and wife duo, Diora Fong, 65, and Kei Lum Chan, 75, have written China: The Cookbook, a collection of 650 recipes from across every province in China – after all, “if you have China on the cover, you have to feature all of the regions,” says Kei Lum.
Nicola Sturgeon has said that "no politician has the right to stand in the way" of another independence referendum.
It may be one of the most photographed skylines in the world, but nothing quite prepares you for the sheer scale and density of a first glimpse of Hong Kong