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Pearl Report

In part two of two part series on the 60th anniversary of the war and occupation in Hong Kong, we meet people who lived through the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong which started almost 60 years ag

Pearl Report

On this day 60 years ago, Hong Kong was waging a desperate struggle to stop the Japanese army from taking over the colony.

Pearl Report

Tung Chee-hwa will announce on Thursday that he'll stand for election to a second five year term. This comes as no surprise as he obviously has Beijing's backing.

Pearl Report

It's a time of flux on the mainland. In Dalian, unemployed workers in the garment industry blame the government for their woes.

Pearl Report

Earlier this month, mainland authorities hosted their first ever international HIV and AIDS Conference in Beijing.

Pearl Report

Beauty products are big business: make-up, anti-aging creams, whitening essence, slimming pills, the list goes on. We zoom in on a recent addition: breast enhancement pills and creams.

Pearl Report

Several years ago, getting a university education was a one way ticket to a job. But as the economy slid and vacancies shrink, graduates are floundering.

Pearl Report

It's said in Hong Kong that working for the government is like having an iron rice bowl. A civil service job is especially enviable during an economic downturn.

Pearl Report

Looks at environmental problems facing China's Yellow River, which has been the cradle of civilization and a vital source of irrigation for China.

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