A magnitude 1.4 earthquake struck Hong Kong on Thursday, with the epicentre 16km from the tourist hub of Tsim Sha Tsui, according to the Observatory – causing vibrations indoors that felt like a light truck passing.In a report posted on its website, the Observatory said an earthquake of magnitude 1.4 took place at 12.22pm near the outlying island of Cheung Chau.“The epicentre was located near 22.20 N, 114.06 E, about 16km southwest of the Hong Kong Observatory [in Tsim Sha Tsui],” the report…