China Daily (Hong Kong) - - NATION DIGEST - PARKER ZHENG

PHOTO BY / CHINA DAILY Rid­ers from the Hong Kong Cy­cling Team greet spec­ta­tors dur­ing a Hong Kong Velo­drome Works Com­ple­tion Cer­e­mony on Mon­day. Lo­cated in Tseng Kwan O, the new velo­drome project, which can ac­com­mo­date 3,000 peo­ple, costs HK$ 1.13 bil­lion and cov­ers an area of ap­prox­i­mately seven hectares. The pa­tient is an 86-year-old man, who had been liv­ing for a long-time in Shen­zhen. He ex­hib­ited flu-like symp­toms and de­cided to re­turn to Hong Kong on De­cem­ber 28. He sought as­sis­tance with a health of­fi­cer at the bor­der con­trol point and was taken to the North Dis­trict Hos­pi­tal. His con­di­tion has now sta­bi­lized. CHP con­troller Le­ung Ting-hung said the A(H9N2) virus is low path­o­genic and not highly in­fec­tious. There had been five lo­cal and one im­ported cases, pre­vi­ously, in Hong Kong. All in­fec­tions were mild. its WeChat ap­pli­ca­tion. Kingbo Strike Ltd surged 20 per­cent as shares of the engineering ser­vices provider de­buted in Hong Kong. More than twice as many stocks de­clined as gained on the Hang Seng In­dex at the close, which was lit­tle changed at 23,244.87 af­ter ris­ing as much as 0.5 per­cent. Vol­ume was 37 per­cent be­low the 30-day av­er­age, with Tues­day the last trad­ing day of the year. The Hang Seng China En­ter­prises In­dex, also known as the H-share in­dex, slid 0.5 per­cent to 10,770.69 on Mon­day.

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