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The Pulse

It's the last show of 2007, so in our studio we're looking back and forward with China-watcher Willy Lam, the Civic Party's Audrey Eu, the South China Morning Post's editor-at-l

The Pulse

The day before this week's show, the pan-democrats had a rare chance to sit down and talk with the Chief Executive. The topic, of course, was political reform.

The Pulse

On Wednesday morning Chief Executive Executive Donald Tsang announced that he had submitted to Beijing his Report on the Public Consultation on Constitutional Development.

The Pulse

Both the left and the right-wing tend to like social enterprises. For the left they help the needy, for the right they save government money.

The Pulse

In Sunday's district council elections the pro-Beijing DAB was widely tipped to win a lot of seats, but pro-democracy candidates were devastated by just how big a landslide there was.

The Pulse

In year 2000, the government told departments whose activities impinge on neighbourhoods to submit their annual plans to district councils for discussion.

The Pulse

Tin Shui Wai, built in the late 1980s, is now home to about 271,000 people. More than 60% are recent immigrants whose main language is Putonghua.

The Pulse

On Wednesday, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority stepped into the foreign exchange market five times within three hours, selling Hong Kong dollars to stop the local currency strengthening further aga

The Pulse

On the day of our broadcast, legislators passed a Motion of Thanks on the Chief Executive's Policy Address for the first time in six years.

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