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The CCTV report that Hong Kong shops have been cheating mainland tourists has unnerved the Hong Kong tourism industry, which needs to reassure mainland visitors before "Golden Week" that

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Users of laptop computers, Blackberries, and other internet access devices can already get connected in coffee shops, the airport, the cyberport, on some campuses, and elsewhere around town.

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First though, one of the biggest stories of the week has been the final report of the Committee on Review of Public Service Broadcasting, and – to some – it's a puzzling report.

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At the same time as 796 Election Committee members vote Donald Tsang in as Chief Executive on Sunday, the Campaign group Project Civil Referendum will be holding a territory-wide ballot.

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First in tonight's show, we turn to the second Chief Executive Election debate.

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The annual two-week meeting of the National People's Congress sets China's direction for the following twelve months, and even further ahead.

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The international stock markets may have been in for a rocky ride over the past few days, but locally the two most significant stories of the week have been this year's Budget, and a hirotical

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In the wake of the ongoing controversy involving the Hong Kong Institute of Education and the Education and Manpower Bureau, we look at academic freedom in Hong Kong, with studio guest Gerard A Pos

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The day before our broadcast, to no-one's great surprise, it happened: incumbent Chief Executive Donald Tsang formally announced that he is going to run for a second term of office.

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On Tuesday three individuals featured in an RTHK documentary about gay marriage and discrimination last July led a protest against a Broadcasting Authority ruling.

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