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Next Tuesday the annual June 4th Vigil will take place in Victoria Park.

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As the world economy has been showing signs of being on the mend, the gold bugs – avid believers that gold is the place to run in times of economic trouble – have been hard hit.

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On October 12th last year some readers of the South China Morning Post were surprised to read a letter from former liaison office head Lu Ping.

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On Wednesday night, at least 40,000 supporters of Malaysia’s opposition held a rally to protest against alleged fraud in the country’s recent elections.

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This week there have been reports that Chen Kegui, the imprisoned nephew of the blind Chinese civil rights activist Chen Guangcheng, is suffering from acute appendicitis.

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Last Saturday’s, magnitude 7.0 earthquake in Sichuan, killed almost 200 people and left tens of thousands homeless.

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It’s an old complaint that too few areas of Hong Kong island’s northern waterfront are open to public access.

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Friday 22nd March was World Water Day, a day devoted to focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.

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At the beginning of the week, the Court of Final Appeal dismissed an appeal by two Filipino domestic helpers who were seeking permanent residence in Hong Kong.

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