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Hong Kong Connection

Szeto Wah, affectionately known as Uncle Wah to his many admirers, has been a star of social activism and a champion of democracy in Hong Kong for many years.

Hong Kong Connection

No longer a manufacturing centre, Hong Kong has had an abundance of vacant industrial buildings for some time.

Hong Kong Connection

In recent years, people in Hong Kong who have chosen to join marches and other activities to demonstrate dissent have taken the risk of being charged with obstruction and assault when confronted wi

Hong Kong Connection

China owes much of her economic success in the past thirty years to a huge labour force composed of migrant workers.

Hong Kong Connection

Spinocerebellar Ataxia is a terrible disease that robs one of one’s mobility and ability of speech. It is hereditary, but genetic mutation could also be a cause. There is still no cure for it.

Hong Kong Connection

<p>Last week, we talked about how the shortage of public columbaria in Hong Kong made it impossible for many people who have passed on to rest in peace.

Hong Kong Connection

Statistics show that about 47,000 people die in Hong Kong every year and 90% of them are cremated. Ashes are generally placed in an urn and housed in a niche in a columbarium.

Hong Kong Connection

Pets are all the rage in Hong Kong. Responding to the new passion, hundreds of pet shops have appeared. But while demand is strong, supply is a problem.

Hong Kong Connection

Glaucoma is an eye disease that cannot be cured. Although proper medical treatment can keep it under control, patients are constantly living with the fear of going completely blind.

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