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We've lost the Star Ferry pier, and battles are on to preserve other historical buildings. But there's also history in a host of street markets and bazaars.

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As the recent court decision against Sing Pao newspaper, the closure of Lucky House bakery, and the bankruptcy of one security company all recently highlighted, Hong Kong employers are sometimes mo

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It's fortunate that the earthquake which damaged six of the seven submarine fibre-optic cable systems linking Hong Kong to the global internet happened during a holiday period.

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For our last show of 2006 we look back on the past twelve months.

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Almost every year legislators ask the government to increase the share of profits from the investment income of the Hong Kong Exchange Fund used for current expenditure.

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Now that the pan-democracy camp has won 114 seats in the Election Committee elections, they do have enough support to nominate Alan Leong to enter the Chief Executive race.

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In recent weeks, eggs have been discovered to contain carcinogenic industrial dyes, freshwater fish have turned up with traces of toxic chemicals, and bean curd has been found laced with formaldehy

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The world is becoming more aware of the dangers of global warming.

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Hong Kong prides itself on being an international city, and on educating and developing a cosmopolitan workforce. But is it succeeding, at least linguistically?

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