Stories about Hong Kong (China) from November, 2010
Rising prices in China have led to grocery shoppers seeking bargains in Hong Kong, but are they also leading to more sustainable consumption?
George Chen points out that with the inflation in China, many mainland Chinese travel to Hong Kong to buy daily necessity product over the weekend as the price is much cheaper.
Webb comments on the Hong Kong government's proposal in setting up a community care fund. So far, the community receives it negatively as its objective is unclear. Webb believes that it is designed for community collusion rather than care.
Instead of helping a victim of illegal termination, the Philippine labor attaché scolded a migrant worker when the latter sought help from the Philippine consulate in Hong Kong. Unfortunately for the attaché, the worker was able to record her traumatic encounter and posted this in YouTube.