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For many in Hong Kong and China there may be a certain degree of national and local pride at the election of former Hong Kong Director of Health Margaret Chan as the Director General of the World H

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The government's about to get tough on unsolicited emails and other unsolicited elctronic messages.

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On 15th October, Ming Pao Daily reported that a tour guide forced a group of mainland tourists to shop and abandoned those who didn't buy enough at the Kowloon City ferry pier for more than an

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Labour organisations, after fighting for a considerable time for a minimum wage to be introduced, remain disappointed that last week's Policy Address mentioned only a voluntary initiative.

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We begin this week's show by focusing on Chief Executive Donald Tsang's second Policy Address.

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The government's currently conducting a consultation on its proposal to further develop the political appointment system.

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On Wednesday the panel looking into the future of Hong Kong's public broadcasting aired its preliminary recommendations.

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The idea of a goods and services tax was inevitably going to be controversial. In this instance, even a consultation on such a tax is proving contentious.

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The events of September 11th 2001 and the military, political and religious responses to them didn't just affect the United States. They have affected the world.

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On Monday, budget airline Oasis Hong Kong Airlines announced that hopes to launch its first flight from Hong Kong to London on October 25.

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