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Hong Kong Connection

Mikania, apple snails, sonneratia apetala. Don't feel embarrassed at all if you have no idea what these are. They sound alien. In fact, in Hong Kong, they are aliens.

Hong Kong Connection

A study in Britain says that city dwellers are walking 10 per cent faster than they did ten years ago. In walking speed, people in Hong Kong must be second to none.

Hong Kong Connection

It ’ s never been a secret that Hong Kong relies heavily on the Chinese mainland for much of the food its people consume, including, of course, vegetables.

Hong Kong Connection

At least 18,000 tonnes of rubbish is collected and disposed of in landfills every day in Hong Kong. But there are just three landfills and they are rapidly becoming full.

Hong Kong Connection

Mainland women married to Hong Kong men are normally eligible for one-way visas that allow them to come and live in Hong Kong. However, widows and divorcees are not.

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Economic reforms in the past twenty years have been very fruitful in China. They’ve brought about progress even beyond the realm of economics. And progress invariably means change.

Hong Kong Connection

Fresh Fish Traders ’ School is what is known as a ‘ poor ’ school, operating on limited resources and teaching pupils who come from families struggling to make ends meet.

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The People’s Republic of China is 60 years old. To say that the years between 1949 and 2009 were eventful is probably an understatement. In any case, the country is now an economic powerhouse.

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The earthquake in the Province of Sichuan, China, in May last year was catastrophic. In the aftermath, a lot of stories of heroism have been told.

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What happened at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on the 4th of June in 1989? Were thousands of students peacefully demonstrating for reform and democracy?

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