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Hong Kong Connection

The 2008 Olympics in Beijing were by most accounts a resounding success.

Hong Kong Connection

Carol Chyau and Marie So are two well-educated young ladies with exceptional philanthropic ideas.

Hong Kong Connection

To many people, home is where they were born and grew up. No matter how far away life has taken them, they will never be able to forget the place from which they hail.

Hong Kong Connection

The Pearl River Delta in southern China has for some twenty years been the centre of factories operated by Hong Kong manufacturers. But its status is about to change.

Hong Kong Connection

Economically, these are not the best of times for Hong Kong. Prices are soaring. Needy families are finding it difficult to scrape by.

Hong Kong Connection

Wan Chai is undergoing redevelopment. Many old structures are being removed to make way for new ones. The old Chinese style houses on Lee Tung Street, for example, are being knocked down.

Hong Kong Connection

A new president for Taiwan will be elected on the 22nd of March this year. Will the Democratic Progressive Party remain in power? Or will the Kuomintang regain control of government?

Hong Kong Connection

In a recent programme, we asked the question: Is milk good? The milk in that context was cow's milk, which is made into a great variety of baby milk.

Hong Kong Connection

A record was set in the annals of industrial action in Hong Kong in early August 2007 when bar-benders went on strike for 36 days.

Hong Kong Connection

In Mainland China, there's as yet no freedom of expression or freedom of the press as we know it. There's always control and censorship.

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