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Born In Hong Kong (15 Mar 2007)

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More and more babies are born in Hong Kong of mainland Chinese mothers. The number was 26,000 last year. It is not likely to fall despite some new government measures designed as a deterrent. What are these measures? Why have they not been as effective as expected? Are our hospitals able to cope? What impact will the children of mainland parents have on our society as a whole? Join us for a report in "BORN IN HONG KONG" on Hong Kong Connection.

Program: 
Hong Kong Connection
Publish Date: 
Thursday, March 15, 2007
Station: 
RTHK
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