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We're just a few days away from Chief Executive Donald Tsang's first Policy Address, but once he's delivered the address, how easy will it be to deliver on the promises, particularly

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As we go to air, Hong Kong's legislators, some of whom haven't been allowed onto the mainland for a long time, are packing their bags for the trip to Guangzhou.

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After a media blitz, and on the advice of afung shui expert, Hong Kong Disneyland opened on Monday 12th September.

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With Hong Kong's Disneyland opening on Lantau on Monday, we focus on the island and the changes it's facing. Larger than Hong Kong island, Lantau houses only around 88,000 people.

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In recent weeks several issues have been in the public eye as being connected with possible restrictions on freedom of speech in Hong Kong.

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Mainland China's relaxation of restrictions on individual tourists coming to Hong Kong was meant to improve the local economy. It worked.

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Between December 2003 and August 2004 the University of Hong Kong conducted a territory-wide survey on domestic violence. It was commissioned by the Social Welfare Department.

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Hong Kong is officially under new management - at the local level anyway. On the morning of our broadcast Donald Tsang was in Beijing, being sworn in as the SAR's 2nd Chief Executive.

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This week, there being only one validly nominated candidate at the close of the nominations, Donald Tsang was returned and elected at the 2005 Chief Executive Election.

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