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· August, 2008

Stories about Hong Kong (China) from August, 2008

South Korea: Old City Hall

Scribblings of the Metropolitician found it hard to believe that the South Korean government could demolish the old city hall building without much public consultation and debate.

Hong Kong: Election Poll

ESWN writes an article discussing about the potential errors in the legco election polls.

Hong Kong: Long Hair

Both Sin bin and DM said that they would vote for Long Hair in the coming Legco election.

Hong Kong: FM Theatre Power vs. Netizens

ESWN translated a citizen report from on a civic action mobilized by netizens against a theatre group.

Taiwan: Hopes in democracy in the midst of corruption scandal

In the last two weeks, the Taiwan mainstream media has been occupied with the corruption scandal of the former president, Chen Shiu-Bian. According to the news report, a Swiss bank...

Hong Kong: Tai Kok Tsui's Photo

Tai Kok Tsui is an old district in Hong Kong and is now undergoing urban renewal (demolition of old buildings). Kursk spent a Sunday taking photos in order to record...

Hong Kong: Fireman

Recently two Fire fighters died in a fire accident, a fireman blogger pointed out that the fire teams have been suffering from inadequate facilities and staffs back up that puts...

Hong Kong: City of Tomorrow

Hong Kong magazine has a feature on various development projects in Hong Kong in the coming decade.

Hong Kong and China: Pillar of Shame Exhibition During Olympics

The Time Square in Hong Kong is having an art exhibition during Beijing Olympics until Aug 19. Two of the artworks look like the Pillar of Shame, an artwork to...

Hong Kong: I'm Not Ready

Life is but an empty dream… feels frustrated about all the Olympic propaganda on T.V and expresses respect for the protesters who are speaking out the truth they believe in.

Hong Kong: Green Olympics and Black Soul

William Sin criticized Greenpeace's press release on Beijing Olympics for supporting hard handed environmental policy. Hevdevil in respond to the Greenpeace's post at said that Greenpeace Hong Kong should...

China: Olympic Blocking and Unblocking

Many websites, such as Radio free Asia, have been unblocked in China during Olympics, however, Liu Xiaoyuan pointed out that many local blog posts are still blocked. The unblocking is...

Madagascar to Hong Kong: “Give us the Emerald back”

Lova Rabary-Rakotondravony explains that the government of Madagascar has sent four delegates to Honk Kong to try to retrieve one of the heaviest and largest emerald on matrix in the...

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