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Hong Kong Connection

At midnight on November 12th, 2006, Star Ferry Pier in Central served the Hong Kong public for the last time.After half a century as a landmark in Hong Kong, the pier, with its trusted clock, was t

Hong Kong Connection

Cancer is a terrible disease. Notwithstanding the many brilliant advances in medical science, much remains to be done towards understanding, preventing and defeating it.

Hong Kong Connection

Cancer is our deadly foe, and there's yet nothing in our medical arsenal that can help us achieve certain victory over it.In this episode, we'll be meeting Professor Jonathan Sham, an aut

Hong Kong Connection

Cancer is the number one killer disease in Hong Kong, accounting for over 10,000 of the approximately 36,000 deaths registered every year.Dr. Tony Mok is a lung specialist and Dr.

Hong Kong Connection

Market economics has taken root in China and remarkable economic progress has been achieved.

Hong Kong Connection

Women in Hong Kong are marrying late. By the time they do get married and plan on having children, they may be well over thirty.

Hong Kong Connection

If “ Hong Kong Connection ” were a tree, how old would it be?

Hong Kong Connection

Not so long ago, there was bad news for lovers of freshwater produce from the mainland. Malachite green, a carcinogenic substance, had been detected in some imported fish.

Hong Kong Connection

There are some 13,000 private buildings in Hong Kong that are over 30 years old.

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