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The Pulse

This week, Chief Executive Donald Tsang faced lawmakers for his final Legco Question and Answer session, and - given recent controversies over his spending on official visits - it was destined to b

The Pulse

On the day we went to air, democrats tried to introduce a new motion, via a House Committee, to impeach Donald Tsang.

The Pulse

On The Pulse this week, we begin by looking at the amount of perfectly edible food trashed by four major supermarket chains on a daily basis.

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Among incoming Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying’s recommendations for restructuring the government, perhaps the most controversial has been the proposed setting up of a cultural bureau.

The Pulse

<p>First, this week the filibuster against the Legislative Council (Amendment) Bill 2012, designed to stop legislators forcing by-elections for political purposes, continued, but was stopped

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In the past week a relatively new tactic has come to Hong Kong politics, although it has a long history elsewhere,and was even used by pro-government forces in 1999: the filibuster.

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Blind since childhood, Chen Guangcheng initially received a poor education. He&rsquo;s now a self-taught lawyer.

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Chief Executive Donald Tsang tells us that all is going smoothly for the transition from his administration to that of Leung Chun-ying.

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The incoming Chief Executive is currently putting his team together, but is it going to be as representative of the “Hong Kong camp” as Leung Chun-ying has promised, particularly as pro-Beijing org

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We begin this week's show with Beijing's decision to suspend former Chongqing party chief Bo Xilai from the Politburo and to investigate his wife on murder charges.

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