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Hong Kong Connection

There is undeniably a shortage of land in Hong Kong. For development, the Government has been requisitioning farmland in the New Territories. Some people are happy but others are not.

Hong Kong Connection

There has been an influx of Chinese private-owned companies, generally referred to private enterprises, to be listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

Hong Kong Connection

A little more than half a century ago, political movements swept across China like continuous tidal waves, wreaking havoc throughout the country. Famine spread like a deadly plague.

Hong Kong Connection

TVB and ATV are the two stations providing free television in Hong Kong. The former takes in 95 per cent of the money from advertisers. The latter keeps operating in the red.

Hong Kong Connection

Hong Kong as a community is not 100% homogenous. There are about 100,000 people of various ethnicities. Despite being permanent residents, most of them seem unable to get an SAR passport.

Hong Kong Connection

There are not many non-government organizations in China. The main reason is a simple one: registration is prohibitively difficult.

Hong Kong Connection

Hong Kong, like all big cities in the world, is engaged in a battle against air pollution.

Hong Kong Connection

What is music to one person could well be noise to another. What, then, are we to make of the sounds that we hear in our environment? Are they cacophonous … or symphonic?

Hong Kong Connection

Political magazines have never enjoyed any significant readership in Hong Kong. But they have been given a new lease of life in recent years.

Hong Kong Connection

The Pearl River Delta has for years been the production base for Hong Kong manufacturers. But China’s economy has changed. No longer is labour cheap, nor is it in abundant supply for factory work.

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