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Hong Kong Connection

On the first day of the Lunar New Year, rioting broke out in Mongkok when the police attempted to evict food vendors from the area.

Hong Kong Connection

The people of Hong Kong work long hours, arguably longer than people anywhere else in the world. Are they happy? Is anything being done to keep the lengthening working day in check?

Hong Kong Connection

Ugly scenes erupted recently in Shum Shui Po when officers from the Food and Environment Hygiene Department were confronted by angry hawkers

Hong Kong Connection

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Hong Kong Connection

Now that they are not in the spotlight around the world, what are those young warriors for democracy in Hong Kong thinking and doing?

Hong Kong Connection

For ordinary people in Hong Kong, it is not easy to find a place to live. Many families and individuals get by in tiny rooms in sub-divided units.

Hong Kong Connection

By law, all residential buildings that have reached the age of 30 have to be inspected for safety reasons. To pass the inspection, maintenance invariably has to be done ...

Hong Kong Connection

Liberal Studies, a subject included in the secondary school curriculum, is itself currently a subject of heated debate.

Hong Kong Connection

Hong Kong has been getting an adequate supply of water from the river Dongjiang for some considerable time, and it is relatively cheap. Is there any danger of over-reliance?

Hong Kong Connection

Spearheaded by an MTR link, change has descended on Sai Wan on the western side of Hong Kong Island.It has brought about a huge increase in property value, disrupting the lives of many old resident

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