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· February, 2007

Stories about Hong Kong (China) from February, 2007

Hong Kong: tiny Disney world

Onemanbandwidth visited Hong Kong's Disney world and explained why it did not affect the hotel occupancy rate: The Hong Kong Government, betting like they were in Macau, plowed millions of...

Hong Kong: Cyber dream

Sun bin visited Hong Kong's “Cyber port” and here is his conclusion: People were saying that HK's “cyberport” is a real estate development. I now want to put it in...

Hong Kong: First Joss Sticks headline

Letters from China notices that a most popular local newspapers, Apple Daily, has put the “first joss sticks at Wong Tai Sin Temple” at the headline news for lunar new...

Hong Kong: teaching Chinese writing course in English

Hegelchong complains about the universities’ language policy in Hong Kong. High ranking university officials have made the decision that from next term onward, all courses should be taught in English,...

Hong Kong: Chinese people news’ angle

ESWN translates an excerpt from a book Traveling through war-torn lands by Suzanna Cheung Chuiyung, which talks about Hong Kong editors’ news angle.

China: MTV

An interview with a Hong Kong MTV director, Kahing Chan, who works in China MTV now. The interview touches about issues such as MTV style, censorship, future trend.

China and Hong Kong: Ai Xiao-ming

An interview with mainland China independent film maker Ai Xiao-ming on the Vagina Monologue at interlocals.net.

Hong Kong: academic freedom

Chong from interlocals writes about the recent scandal about the education department's intervention into academic freedom, by giving pressure to the president of Hong Kong Institute of Education to stop...

Hong Kong: academic freedom

Chong from interlocals writes about the recent scandal about the education department's intervention into academic freedom, by giving pressure to the president of Hong Kong Institute of Education to stop...

Hong Kong: Li Ka-Shing

Asia Sentinel has an article reporting about Asia’s richest tycoons Li Ka-Shing's business strategy in Hong Kong and China: His flagship companies Hutchison Whampoa and Cheung Kong are big, top-tier...

China: Open Letter to Sina.com

In the weekend, some lawyers-bloggers got together for a joint letter to sina.com complaining about their editorial policy which has violated bloggers’ freedom of speech. ESWN has translated the letter...

Hong Kong: not meeting pan-dem

Charles mok is one of the memeber in the Chief Executive election committee member, representing IT professional. He has nominated Alan Leong as a candidate. Today he revealed in his...

Hong Kong: Vagina Monologue

The local version of “Vagina Monologue” was on show in Hong Kong. The title has been translated into “VV silent talk”. Lian at inmediahk.net criticized that the local version still...

Hong Kong: I'll get the job done

Donald Tsang has finally launched his election campaign for the Chief Executive (2007-2012). As the new Chief Executive (CE) would be selected by 800 selective committee members dominated by pro-China...

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