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[Pressure on the Pan-Democrats ; Christine Loh on the "Underground Front" ; Hong Kong : slow to adopt biodiesel] (05 Mar 2010)


The day before this week's show, Hopewell Holdings chairman Gordon Wu said, on the sidelines of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, that people in Hong Kong who speak of "uprising" and "liberation" have hidden agendas.Meanwhile the five pan-democrat legislators who resigned in January, say that such criticisms, whether from Beijing or the Hong Kong establishment only give more legitimacy to the idea that the upcoming by-elections will function as a “de-facto referendum”.In the studio we talk to former legislator Christine Loh about her new book “Underground Front” which focuses on the political party that dare not speak its name in Hong Kong. The Communist Party.In Hong Kong, as in many countries, a considerable amount of public transport uses diesel fuel. In many nations, it’s mandatory to ensure that diesel fuel consists of at least 5% biodesel for environmental reasons.And if you don’t know what biodiesel is, it may be time to head to your nearest fast food restaurant.

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Friday, March 5, 2010
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