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Hong Kong Connection

Press Freedom in Hong Kong, according to Reporters Without Borders, is on the decline. Two controversial personnel changes in the media recently seem to attest to the validity of the statement.

Hong Kong Connection

Young people in Mainland China now have the opportunity of going to university in Taiwan. We will meet a few of them to see how they are doing and what they think of life on the island.

Hong Kong Connection

More and more people from Mainland China are becoming permanent residents in Hong Kong. People’s Daily has referred to them as New Hongkongers, new blood to sustain Hong Kong’s growth.

Hong Kong Connection

Bo Xi-lai was once the top dog in China’s direct-controlled municipality of Chongqing. He has fallen from grace. Was he a hero or a villain? How is the city now without him?

Hong Kong Connection

There are 24 country parks in Hong Kong. Scattered among them are 52 old indigenous villages, most of which look oddly derelict and out of place. They are referred to as “Enclaves”.

Hong Kong Connection

We have on several occasions talked about the ethnic minorities in Hong Kong. This time, we focus on education for the young people among them.

Hong Kong Connection

The Government introduced the Integrated Education Scheme ten years ago in an effort to place children with learning difficulties into the mainstream school system.

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Internationally, Hong Kong has never been a force to be reckoned with in football, the beautiful game.

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Even as people the world over are becoming increasingly aware of food safety, more and more tainted foodstuff is appearing on the market. Why?

Hong Kong Connection

The Hong Kong SAR Government has been gradually bringing traditional Chinese medicine back to the medical system.

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