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New World launches vending machines offering free face masks in Hong Kong

Thirty-five New World vending machines have opened across Hong Kong providing masks to low-income families during the coronavirus crisis.

Hong Kong malls join Deliveroo programme to rescue plunging F&B sales

Twenty Hong Kong shopping malls have joined a program launched by Deliveroo to help food & beverage tenants survive the coronavirus by expanding their delivery business.

Adrian Cheng leads coronavirus initiative

New World Development CEO Adrian Cheng is leading an initiative to produce surgical masks for Hongkongers during the coronavirus epidemic.

Hong Kong retailers strike against ‘bullying’ landlords

Fifty Hong Kong retailers with a combined 200 shops have declared a strike against 14 shopping centres in the territory, demanding rental cuts to weather the recession.

Adrian Cheng takes charge of New World China

Dr Adrian Cheng has taken the helm of New World Development’s Mainland China subsidiary as executive chairman.

K11 Musea: the Muse by the sea

K11 Musea is possibly the most ambitious retail project of modern day, a temple of art and retail built for millennials…

New World gets closer to realising State Theatre plan

New World Development has secured the purchase of three more shops in the former State Theatre building in North Point.

Festival de Cannes Film Week heads to Hong Kong’s K11 Musea

The Festival de Cannes Film Week will make its Asia debut in Hong Kong at retail hub K11 Musea from November 12–17 this year.

Super-luxury K11 Musea revealed as cornerstone of Victoria Dockside

K11 Musea, opening in 2019, will house brands selected for their immersive retail experiences.

Roxy to run with SkyCity project

Airport Authority Hong Kong has awarded the SkyCity project at Hong Kong International Airport to Roxy Limited.

Chow Tai Fook founder dies worth $15b

Chow Tai Fook founder Cheng Yu-tung has died at the age of 91 years.

D.Park Mall targets children in Tsuen Wan

Property company New World Development says its revamped D.Park shopping mall in Tsuen Wan, is the world’s first to target children.