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A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme reports on the annual mass gathering to commemorate the victims of the crackdown on the pro-democracy movement in Beijing, in 1989.

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme reports on plans to "re-launch" Hong Kong on the world stage, now that the SARS outbreak appears to be under control.

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme reports on lobbying efforts by local and mainland officials aiming to persuade the World Health Organisation to lift its advisory notice against non-emergency travel to Hon

A Week In Politics

Supporters and opponents of Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa were battling it out this week. Mr.

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme examines the latest efforts to overcome the Sars outbreak, as well as plans to relaunch Hong Kong on the international stage once the crisis is over.

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme guests are two members of the World Health Organisation team which is in Hong Kong to investigate the Sars outbreak.

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme hears from the business community and others on the HK$11.8bn.

A Week In Politics

With top officials advising that the Hong Kong public has to learn to live with the Sars outbreak, tonight's programme reports on a new campaign to combat the spread of the disease.

A Week In Politics

As Hong Kong battles to contain the outbreak of atypical pneumonia, senior officials have promised relief measures for businesses hit by the crisis.

A Week In Politics

As the World Health Organisation advises travellers to avoid Hong Kong, the struggle to contain the spread of the Sars virus continues.

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