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It's an event you won't have heard of yet, but during construction work on the South Island Line East in Harcourt Garden, the MTR has found parts of a seawall that formed Hong Kong’s earliest colon

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On Monday night, as much of Hong Kong gathered to enjoy National Day fireworks, around 130 people who had taken a boat to enjoy the event were fighting for their lives.

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It’s been an eventful summer, with not only the election of a new Legislative Council, but also intense confrontations over the issue of national education.

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On The Pulse this week, the row over national education intensifies in the lead-up to Sunday's march.

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Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying went to the Legco chamber this week, at the request of legislators who wanted him to answer questions on the illegal structures at his home.

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It’s less than two weeks than Chief Executive Leung Chung-ying’s cabinet was sworn in yet one minister, Development Secretary, Mak Chai-kwong, has already resigned and been arrested by the ICAC.

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<p>In the words of Niccolo Machiavelli: &ldquo;There is no way to guard against flattery but by letting it be seen that you take no offense in hearing the truth.&rdquo; Last weekend P

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This weekend out with the old and in with the new as Donald Tsang leaves his post as Chief Executive and Leung Chun-ying steps in.

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Just before midnight on Thursday 14th June, legislators finally passed a Competition Ordinance, which outlaws anti-competitive behaviour such as price fixing and agreements to limit production.

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