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The management of Hong Kong’s largest technical educational institution, the Polytechnic University, is facing many questions.

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The day before this week's show, Hopewell Holdings chairman Gordon Wu said, on the sidelines of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, that people in Hong Kong who speak

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The Budget was a more generous affair than many would have predicted a year ago.

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On Wednesday this week two men were arrested in a car on suspicion of taking drugs. One was also charged with driving after taking drugs or alcohol.

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Half Hearted Consultation?Consultation on the Kwu Tung North, Fanling North and Ping Che/Ta Kwu Ling New Development Areas (NDAs).

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It remains to be seen whether the five-district by-election triggered by the resignation of pro-democracy lawmakers will have the weight they wish as a “referendum”.

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This week, we focus on what might be described as the political turmoil that has followed the resignation of five pro-democracy lawmakers, to trigger a by-election that they hope will be seen as a

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With the votes in and the budget approved for the Express Rail Line, it seems as if this particular through train IS actually going to go through.

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Following up on last Saturday's arrest of Christina Chan, we look at the deteriorating relationship between police and protesters, and whether police are fully respecting the legal and human r

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This week, protesters at the January 1st democracy march were criticised by Liaison Office director Peng Qinghua, Executive Councillor Cheng Yiu-tong, and others, for their actions.

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