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Discusses the likely outcome of the Legislative Council Election and whether it will mark the turning point for Hong Kong politics.

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Paul Harris (Chairman, Hong Kong Human Right Monitor) explains why he thinks the recent raid on seven newspaper offices by the Independent Commission Against Corruption is reasonable and says it ha

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The British government has issued its latest six-month report on Hong Kong which, for the first time in seven years, does not say that one-country two-systems is working well.

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Sarah Liao Sau-tung (Secretary for the Environment, Transport and Works) says the roadside air quality in Hong Kong has improved but not the ambience of air quality due to pollution in neighbouring

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Law Chi-kwong (Legislator) agrees that Yeoh Eng-kiong (Secretary for Health, Welfare and Food) has done a good job overall and that he is not worried about Yeoh's resignation as there are many

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Lee Cheuk-yan (Member, Confederation of Trade Unions) says the huge turnout in the July 1 mass rally shows that people do want universal suffrage and that they are fed up with the Hong Kong governm

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Mark Clifford (Editor, The Standard) says his paper's circulation is higher here than in other Asian countries.

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The National People's Congress Standing Committee upset the Hong Kong people when it ruled out universal suffrage in 2007/08.

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After a six-year absence from China, Joseph Zen Ze-kiun (Catholic Bishop of Hong Kong) was recently invited to visit Shanghai.

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Elsie Tu (Former Legislator) recalls her political life which started in 1956. She says everything has changed but the problems still exist.

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