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<p>Recently, pseudo-models have been populating at the book fair and other fairs and the compensated dating becomes popular on internet.

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<p>Since 1999, former chief executive Tung Chi-hwa had mentioned that Hong Kong government would consult the public on control of the air pollution.

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<p>Today&#39;s program would have an interview with two new legislators who are Miss Starry Lee (DAB Legislator) and Miss Tanya Chan (Civic Party Legislator).

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<p>Today&#39;s guests Miss Caroline Mak (Chairman of Hong Kong retail Management Association) and Mr.

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<p>Today&#39;s guests Mr. Lee Cheuk-yan (Unionist Legislator) and Miss Priscilla Leung (Legislator) will discuss the goals and the meaning of the march also the following questions.

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<p>Today&#39;s guest Mr. Bernard Chan (Chairman of Council for sustainable development) will talk about the issue of livable building in Hong Kong.

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<p>Hong Kong government has established a fine-tuning policy for schools that give more flexibility to teach in English. Should school teach in English or in Chinese?

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<p>This year is the twentieth anniversary of the Tiananmen movement. 200,000 people turned up at the candlelight vigil to commemorate the anniversary on June 4th 2009.

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