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The Pulse

As we know, governments spend our money. In many places, they are also elected by and answerable to their people.

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It has taken a long time, but the Hong Kong government has finally agreed to minimum wage legislation.

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In March, to convince sceptics that reports of sales of 24 flats at 39 Conduit Road were genuine, Henderson Land’s chairman Lee Shau-kee offered a 100-to-one wager.One flat had featured the world’s

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Tonight we’re looking at the fortunes of the pro-democracy movement.After the Democratic Party supported the government’s 2012 Constitutional Reform package last week, many who formerly identified

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It’s been a historical week for Hong Kong, although – putting the political rhetoric aside for the moment – it’ll be a while before we know whether it’s a giant step forward or something else entir

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The big political event of this week in Hong Kong was the debate between Chief Executive Donald Tsang and legislator Audrey Eu on constitutional reform.

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Last week the Equal Opportunities Commission expressed its concern over internet messages that it felt incited racial hatred.

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It’s June 4th. That anniversary. And activists have already run into problems while wanting to commemorate the events of 21 years ago.

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