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Today we are going to look back at some of the key events that have affected Hong Kong over last twelve months and what can we expect in 2007.

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Over the past couple of weeks the demolition of the old Star Ferry Pier in Central has triggered an extraordinary public reaction.

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Today's guest Alan Leong, the legislative councillor who have more than enough votes in the Election Committee to get nomination to compete for the next March's elections.

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Do we live in a racsit society? And can the government's new anti-racist laws stop racism in Hong Kong?

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Our chief executive Donald Tsang doesn't think pollution is that bad here in Hong Kong. He says Hong Kong people live longer and that proves it. Is he being naive?

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Ching Cheong is in a Beijing jail serving five years for being a Taiwan spy and the court has just rejected his appeal. But is he really guilty? Is he really a spy?

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Recently, Hong Kong's domestic violence cases have increase. Why it's getting so bad here in Hong Kong? Does Hong Kong have enough resources to cut back on domestic violence?

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Alan Leong, the Civic party legislator and run for the Chief Executive election. He is running in the Chief Executive election even he knows Donald Tsang is hard to beat.

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Hong Kong's tour guides don't get paid a lot, and their wage depend on the commission they make from taking mainland tourists to buy things.

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Hong Kong should have minimum wage for the lowest paid workers.

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