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The best days for Cantonese Opera in its traditional form do seem to be over even in Guangzhou, previously known as Canton. But every effort is being made to ensure it does not become extinct.

Hong Kong Connection

Cantonese Opera, a traditional form of performing art in Cantonese-speaking communities, is in dire straits in Hong Kong.

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On December 26, 2004, an earthquake on the floor of the Indian Ocean triggered off a series of tidal waves that caused destruction far and wide. Indonesia's Aceh, especially, was devastated.

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China's economic growth in recent years has caused excitement and envy around the world.

Hong Kong Connection

Government statistics show that since 1996, about 30 married mainland women have been arriving in Hong Kong on a daily basis to be with their husbands and families.

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Technological advancement is double-edged: it serves good guys and bad buys alike. On the Internet, piracy has become rampant.

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Just as many in Hong Kong are complaining that good jobs are hard to come by, there is a growing number of well-educated and relatively young people choosing to give up their steady jobs.

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There are grave concerns that the H5N1 strain of Avian Flu that is causing havoc in parts of Asia could become a catastrophic pandemic for the entire world. Every country is on the alert.

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Land being at a premium, urban development or redevelopment in Hong Kong is always under the sway of the developer or the principle of "profit maximization".

Hong Kong Connection

The Chinese mitten crab has always commanded a prominent place on the gourmet's table. In recent years, however, it seems to have shrunk in size and lost much of its incomparable flavour.

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