Stories about Hong Kong (China) from December, 2008
Northeast Asia: 2008 Review
The northeast Asia region is becoming more integrated politically, economically and socially. State leaders from China, Japan and South Korea recently signed a Joint Statement for Tripartite Partnership to address the serious challenges in the global economy and the financial markets. Peace talk between North and South Korea continues, while...
Hong Kong: Not too boring Christmas
Karden, with her black and white cats, wish you a not too boring Christmas. (via inmediahk.net)
China: Charter 08, to be free and fearless
At the Eve of the sixtieth anniversary of the promulgation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Dec 10, 303 prominent intellectuals and human rights activists in China, jointly released Charter 08, demanding more political reform in China. However, the China government decided to celebrate the Universal Declaration of...
Hong Kong: Pride Parade 2008 – Celebrate Love
In this coming weekend (13 of December), a coalition of civic groups will organize a pride parade to celebrate diverse love expression. Although Hong Kong is a global city, to organize this parade is not easy at all, the government, public service sector and conservative Christians do not even try to hide their discrimination.
Hong Kong: FBI: 2009 Shennong Plan
Maryanndonnell blogs about the upcoming Fat Bird Institution's performance in Hong Kong City Festival 2009.
China: Traci Lords at Hong Kong Movie
Human Flesh search engine from mainland China managed to dig up the details of an adult movie appeared at one of Stephen Chow's popular movie. The female figure is Traci Lords. See ESWN for details.
Hong Kong: 1938, a Gateway to China
Charles mok posted a documentary video, A gateway to China, on Hong Kong in 1938 via youtube.
Hong Kong: Murphy’s Law
Erynnyes from Those were the days said that the SAR government in Hong Kong is under the spell of Murphy's Law: Anything that can go wrong will go wrong. Any issue, small as evacuating tourists from Thailand, has gone wrong [zh].