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Mainland officials have finally agreed to talk to pro-democracy figures, well some of them anyway.

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The by-election, or de-facto referendum is over, the five resignees have once again been sworn in as legislators, and the government has gone on the road to put the case for its 2012 constitutional

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Call it a by-election, call it a referendum, people will be going out to vote on the Sunday after our broadcast. The government and the pro-Beijing parties are playing it down.

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The day before our show, members of the League of Social Democrats and a group called Speak-Up Hong Kong handed in more than 1,000 complaints letters to the Broadcasting Authority.They were complai

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It’s been ten years since a law to band idling vehicle engines was first proposed in Hong Kong.

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The day before our broadcast, legislators passed funding for the May 16th by-election triggered by the resignation of pro-democracy activists, much to the annoyance of pro-Beijing members.

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On Wednesday, the Hong Kong government and the central government took a series of steps to try to gain Hong Kong people’s support for the 2012 Constitutional Reform Proposal.

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<p>So far this year the Department of Health has issued five recall orders for Chinese medical preparations, most recently for Po Chai pills.

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Fresh air in Hong Kong is beginning to feel like a luxury. On Monday the Air Pollution Index or API went off the charts. It hit the maximum 500 again on Tuesday.

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On the Monday before our broadcast, the body of a mainland Chinese student was found at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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