Connor Mycroft
Connor Mycroft
Hong Kong
Reporter, Hong Kong
Connor Mycroft joined the city desk as a reporter in July 2023 after completing the Post’s year-long Graduate Trainee Programme. Originally from Canada, he spent three years teaching English in mainland China before relocating to Hong Kong in 2021. He holds a Masters Degree in Journalism from the University of Hong Kong.

Victor Dawes says city’s hosting of fourth global conference for International Advocacy Training Council serves as ‘vote of confidence’ in local law profession.


Christian Zheng Sheng College did not have enough funds to care for teachers and students after founder, principal allegedly stole HK$50 million in donations, bureau says.

Tourism chief Kevin Yeung says tourists happy with transport arrangements, following chaotic scenes last year when passengers faced lengthy waits to get out and see sights.

Lawyers and consultants say the bulk of needed changes by international business sector were made after the 2020 Beijing-imposed national security law took effect.

Hong Kong lawmakers ‘well prepared’ for potential sanctions from Washington over their role in scrutinising the city’s domestic national security law, the Post learns.


Experts say government must ‘redouble’ efforts to tackle worries raised by overseas community over domestic national security law to preserve city’s position as international hub.

Fans seeking refund for match that sparked public fury in Hong Kong and mainland have to agree to not pursue any further legal complaints and waive all past, future claims, Tatler Asia says.

Admirers of late writer Louis Cha pose for selfies beside statues of some of his most famous characters at exhibition celebrating 100th anniversary of his birth.

Australian judge Anthony Gleeson, 85, ‘did not wish’ to renew his tenure as an overseas non-permanent justice on the apex court, citing his age, Hong Kong’s judiciary says.

Government accuses Ted Hui of ‘doxxing’ and ‘collusion with foreign forces’ after he calls for city officials involved in his court cases to be added to US sanctions list.

Former financial secretary John Tsang says revenue-boosting measures from new budget ‘a drop in the bucket’ compared with tens of billions needed to balance books.


Mother of former Democratic Party chair Wu Chi-wai died on Wednesday morning, source says, three years since ex-lawmaker launched legal bid to attend father’s funeral.

HKUST president Nancy Ip confirms plans to set up the city’s third medical school to media for first time after lawmakers unveiled proposal last year.