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<p>The Legco will vote on the government&#39;s political reform package next week. Why are the democrats opposed to the reforms?

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<p>The government has announced a billion dollar plus plan to improve language education in secondary schools.

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<p>There was a huge match on 4th December 2005. What did it mean for Hong Kong politics? And what could this huge match achieve?

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According to a recent study, children as young as 5 years old have to do the odd jobs like picking up trash.

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Hong Kong's democracy camp has an ally in person of the new American Consul-General. He says that democracy brings stability while stability without democracy was illusory.

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<p>Chris Patten, the last Governor, is back in Hong Kong, this time to promote his latest book, &quot;Not Quite the Diplomat&quot;.

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<p>6th November 2005 was the first day of the Harbour week, which would culminate the following Sunday with Harbour Day, when Hong Kong would celebrate its greatest asset, the Victoria Harbou

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<p>The government needs the supports of democrats to get its constitutional reform proposals through Legco. Is it prepared to meet the democrats halfway?

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<p>Chief Executive Donald Tsang appointed eight news members to the Executive Council last week. How will these new members relate to the policy secretaries?

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<p>Chief Executive Donald Tsang pledged in his policy address to provide strong government and to uphold &quot;one country, two systems&quot;.

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