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The Pulse

Cartoons can cost lives. The publication of cartoons depicting, and even lampooning, the Prophet Mohammed, has incensed Muslims around the world and led to deaths during violent protests.

The Pulse

For our first programme in the Year of the Dog, we do a little crystal-ball gazing on economic matters.

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For decades, Hongkong Electric and China Light & Power have provided our electricity.

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Radio Television Hong Kong has been the focus of many news reports this week, despite government claims that it's not the focus of a review of public service broadcasting that was finally anno

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Chief Executive Donald Tsang has said he plans to appear in the Legislative Council for Question and Answer sessions more regularly than his predecessor Tung Chee-hwa.

The Pulse

The Pulse aired before violence erupted in the streets on Saturday. For this WTO special we examine the MC6 meeting from a variety of perspectives.

The Pulse

In the wake of Sunday's pro-democracy march the scales may have tipped a little more decisively towards the pro-democrats.

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For a long time some of Hong Kong's legislators weren't allowed north of the border. On the morning of our broadcast they were more than welcome.

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This week legislator Miriam Lau asked for an adjournment debate on security and public order issues relating to the Sixth Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization.

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Roadmap, timetable, plan, whatever you call it, it's a way to get from point A to point B. The debate right now in Hong Kong is about constitutional reform.

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