Non-Hong Kong residents, including mainlanders and expatriates who live and work in the mainland, will be able to come to Hong Kong without undergoing compulsory quarantine.
Caocao Chuxing’s monthly active users exceeded 10 million in July.
Traditional railway companies are recognising the need to build on the velocity but it’s newer startups and technologies that are leading the way.
The companies requested grants of HK$30,000 (around SG$5,200) for each coach they own.
Among the most eye-catching installations is a five-meter-tall "Big foot" sculpture of a black sitting giant.
Chances are favorable that at least one of this year’s companies going public is likely to have a better-than-expected performance in the long term.
Tencent-backed travel firm reports 78% rise in revenue; Uber buys Hong Kong cab-hailing app.
The firm has so far recorded 1.2 million app downloads, bridging local passengers with over 45,000 taxi drivers as of now.
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