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Hong Kong Connection

The Wenchuan earthquake 10 years ago changed the lives of countless people. The temblor reaffirmed for them the impermanence of life and compelled them onto the path of rights activists.

Hong Kong Connection

10 years ago, nearly 70,000 people died in the Wenchuan earthquake. Thousands of parents lost their children.

Hong Kong Connection

The government began subsidising NGOs with lump sum grants in 2000 to replace the traditional reimbursement schemes to allow organisations more flexibility in using resources.

Hong Kong Connection

The sage of China's "low-end population" stemmed from a huge fire in Beijing in the harsh winter of 2017.

Hong Kong Connection

Incumbent Hong Kong Bar Council chairperson Paul Lam is aggressively seeking re-election, amid a well-publicized challenge from Philip Dykes who vows to ‘stand fearlessly’ for judicial independence

Hong Kong Connection

Low-income people need affordable homes to live in.

Hong Kong Connection

With over 7 million people in Hong Kong, no one should be surprised to the seemingly long queues of out-patients at public hospitals every day.

Hong Kong Connection

Hong Kong is climatically attractive to birds. But as urban development continues, we invariably encroach on their natural habitats.

Hong Kong Connection

Two years ago, Hong Kong Connection asked three young university graduates to each write a letter to themselves ... letters that are to be read today.

Hong Kong Connection

In Hong Kong hospitals, there are as yet no specialist services for patients of rare diseases. Let’s visit two families whose sons have rare diseases

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