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Hong Kong Connection

Two years have gone by since China’s Sichuan Province was hit by a devastating earthquake.

Hong Kong Connection

About 1.26 million people in Hong Kong, i.e. 18.1 per cent of the population, have to struggle to make ends meet. Yes, amidst the affluence that is the SAR, poverty is a real problem.

Hong Kong Connection

In this the final chapter of the special series on EDUCATION, we proudly introduce a number of exemplary educators … teachers who are both innovative and indefatigable.

Hong Kong Connection

Here is one of the questions to which there is apparently no definitive answer: Are the marks that a student gets in examinations a perfect indicator of how much they have learnt and how intelligen

Hong Kong Connection

In this the second chapter of the special series on education, the question is asked what the goal of going to school is. Is it to score high marks?

Hong Kong Connection

There’s no shortage of talented people in Hong Kong, according to Maria Lam, a primary school principal, who says her job as an educator is to help her pupils grow up to be talented people of integ

Hong Kong Connection

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Hong Kong Connection

Developers in Hong Kong are always keeping a close eye on old buildings in urban areas, not because of the buildings themselves, but because of the value of the prime land on which they sit.

Hong Kong Connection

The Hospital Authority is twenty years old. Last week, we made an attempt at taking stock of its performance so far.

Hong Kong Connection

The Hospital Authority was formed twenty years ago to take control of all public hospitals in Hong Kong. Since then, public medical services have vastly improved.

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