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Pearl Report

After the exodus of three popular radio talk show hosts, examines if Hong Kong still have freedom of expression.

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People share their experiences in the Intense Pulse Light (IPL) treatment, an unregulated new technique used in beauty saloons which promises flawless skin.

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Looks at the atrocious condition of Dongjiang which supplies water to Hong Kong. Explains why during the dry season, the river turns salty.

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Tsim Siu-tai (Conservationist, Tai Po Environmental Association) describes the nature and characteristics of Hong Kong's House Crows and the problems they create.

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On 26 April 2004, the National People's Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) categorically ruled out the two direct elections (or dual universal suffrage) in 2007/08 and stipulated that the 1:1

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The International Olympic Committee (IOC) rule stipulates against importing athletes in short notice and that athletes representing a country must possess that country's passport.

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Looks at children with high IQ and how their families cope with their special gift. Parents express their worries on how to properly raise their gifted children.

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Looks at how singles in Hong Kong date. Caucasian men tell why they prefer Asian girls, but Caucasian women say this preference has aggravated their problem of meeting compatible dates.

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Uncovers the reality of the slimming myth by contrasting information provided by staff of slimming saloons to that provided by academics, a nutritionist and a fitness trainer.

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Explores ways to treat food waste. Michael Lai Kam-cheung (Chief Executive Officer, St.

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