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<p>Hong Kong&#39;s suicide&#39;s rate is the third highest in Asia, behind only Japan and South Korea.

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<p>As Hong Kong&#39;s economy picks up, expatriates are being attracted to the city in the same way they were before the handover.

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<p>The attacks on New York, Washington, Bali, Madrid and London show that terrorism is alive and well and there&#39;s no way of telling when and where the bombers will strike next.

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<p>Talk show host Raymond Wong, who complained last year of political pressure, has been fired by Commercial Radio.

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<p>A new survey shows that America&#39;s international image is still poor, two years after the invasion of Iraq.

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<p>The Civil Human Rights Front which organised the two huge July 1 marches in 2003 and 2004 has decided to stage another march next week.

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<p>Donald Tsang has won the election for Chief Executive, having secured the support of more than 700 members of the elections committee.

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<p>Donald Tsang, who is virtually certain to become the next Chief Executive has started his campaign to win the hearts and minds of the Hong Kong people, even though they don&#39;t have

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<p>The campaign for chief executive has started in earnest with Donald Tsang having formally announced his candidacy.

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<p>Lycoon Li Ka-shing has given an unprecedented one billion dollars to the University of Hong Kong, and the university has decided to rename its medical faculty the Li Ka-shing Faculty of Me

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