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The Pulse

This week we've had unusually clear skies and scorching hot temperatures, ideal weather perhaps for a three-day international conference on climate change to be held in Hong Kong.

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In this edition of The Pulse we focus on just one subject: do Hong Kong people need to be educated, indoctrinated, or just plain encouraged, to improve their love of the motherland?

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According to the Television and Entertainment Licensing Authority the Bible is safe for now.

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In the week of our broadcast Alan Johnston, the BBC's Gaza Correspondent, was named the Broadcasting Journalist Of The Year at the annual London Press Awards.

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The day before our broadcast, Chief Executive Donald Tsang attended his first Legco Q&A session since winning the CE election.

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Kwun Ton is a densely populated district with a high proportion of poor and elderly people. Over the next twelve years its town centre could face major changes.

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On Sunday an environmental group urged the government to call off a land auction to avoid causing potential health risk to residents of Kowloon.

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The CCTV report that Hong Kong shops have been cheating mainland tourists has unnerved the Hong Kong tourism industry, which needs to reassure mainland visitors before "Golden Week" that

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Users of laptop computers, Blackberries, and other internet access devices can already get connected in coffee shops, the airport, the cyberport, on some campuses, and elsewhere around town.

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First though, one of the biggest stories of the week has been the final report of the Committee on Review of Public Service Broadcasting, and – to some – it's a puzzling report.

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