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· November, 2007

Stories about Hong Kong (China) from November, 2007

Hong Kong: Inspired by Nude Photos?

Recently the Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang visited Beijing “798 Art District” and saw the exhibition of huge nude photos. He said he was inspired and had more expectation...

China: New Idiom

Doublleaf suggests a new idiom “Zheng Long Pai Hu” (zh). Its literal meaning is Zheng Long taking the tiger photo and its extended meaning is someone doing forgery for interest...

Hong Kong: Animal Reproduction Right?

The Hong Kong government recently introduced a new regulation which requires animal breeders to have proper license. Some breeders protested that animal should have reproduction right and the license is...

Hong Kong and China: Andy Lau Save Fan From Security Guards

The video showing how Hong Kong pop-star Andy Lau saved fan from security guards during his concert in Chengdu has caught a lot of attention in youtube and other local...

China: Labour Activist Assaulted for Promoting Labour Contract Law

A woman labour activist in Shenzhen was stabbed and seriously injured by two criminals, the labour center has been active in promoting the to be implemented labour contract law in...

Hong Kong: Political Mob

During the district council election, civil party candidate Mandy Tam was surrounded and detained for 45 minutes by supporters of her political opponent, Choi Luk-sing, in Wong Tai Sin district....

Hong Kong: O Little Town of Tin Shui Wai

Fai Mao composes a song “O Little Town of Tin Shui Wai” before the Christmas about the town's sorrow.

Hong Kong: Debate Or Fist Fight

Diumanpark feels that the weekend Legislative Council by-election debate is more like a street fist fight (zh).

Hong Kong: Street Market Festival

The last open space wet market in Central Hong Kong is about to vanish because of urban development. Citizen reporter gumpz reports on the recent street market festival for saving...

Hong Kong: Pan Democrats’ Dark Day

The Pan democrats have lost a bitter battle in the recent district council election. Before the election, the pan-dem worried that they wouldn’t be able to keep all their seats...

Hong Kong: Waterloo for Pan-dem

Yesterday was the district council election day in Hong Kong. The pro establishment party Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong has won 115 seats, while the...

Hong Kong: Uwants

Poon Wai Hang blogs about the most popular internet forum in Hong Kong, Uwants (zh). It ranks second among traditional Chinese language webistes, however, the sources of income are very...

Hong Kong: District Council Election

Roland compares and analyzes the background and policy advocacy of the district council election candidates in his district. Can get a glimpse of the election culture in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong: Live Report from IGF 2007

Charles Mok gives a live report from the Internet Governance Forum 2007.

Hong Kong and China: Blogger interviews

Sidekick from outblaze has put up two video clips on Tangos Chan and Jeremy Goldkorn's interviews.

Hong Kong: Inflation

Wong On-yin took out the toothpaste and milk powder he bought one year ago and compared with the present price. The picture showed that the inflation is 10% within one...

Hong Kong: Batman and Foreign Power

While Martin Lee was criticized as traitor because of his article in Wall Street Journal, diumanpark pointed out that Hong Kong people always welcomed foreign power, and in fact the...

Hong Kong and China: Interview with Isaac Mao

Sidekick posts a video in the outblaze blog. The video is an interview with Isaac Mao on the concept of Chinese blogger conference.

Hong Kong: An Interview with a Clinical Psychologist

Willsin blogs about his interview with a clinical psychologist [zh]. Upon knowing the blogger had depression and suicidal tendency, the psychologist said he would contact his family to prevent him...

Hong Kong and Macau: Prosperity on the Sand

Erynnyes comments about the political environment in Macau. The blogger said that the city's prosperity has been built on a sandy ground where the dissent voices are repressed and the...

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