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A round-up of people around the world who were born in the year of the Hong Kong handover; some you may have heard of, others you may not have but should know about.
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Styrofoam takeaway containers, plastic bags, individually-wrapped strawberries ... life doesn’t need to be this way.
Malaysian police have revealed that the nerve agent VX was used to kill Kim Jong-nam when he was attacked at Kuala Lumpur’s international airport.
Duck behind the Hong Kong Cultural Centre this Saturday, and you’ll hear blaring beats and see jaw-dropping street dance moves from more than 1,000 participants from all over Asia.
Last summer, I produced a one minute video with the help of Unicef HK’s Make A Video tutors and their assistants.
Hong Kong is a cultural hotpot. People from all four corners of the globe make “Asia’s World City” one of the most diverse places on the planet in terms of food, fashion, and festivities.
When it comes to fakes, China can be considered a pioneer. From the enduringly popular fake handbags, replica Rolls Royces, and even counterfeit KFC, there is nothing China won’t duplicate.
Michelle DeMello walked into the clerk’s office in Colorado, in the US, thinking for sure someone would save her.
It was Miaofan Chen’s first trip away from her native China. At lunch with us in Denver, she looked so bemused that I had to ask: “Is this the first time you’ve had a hamburger?”
It seems like every day we hear accusations of “fake news”, whether it’s from the US leader, or in conjunction with Jakarta’s upcoming election for governor.
1 Does the URL look odd? That “com.co” ending on an otherwise authentic-looking website is a red flag. When in doubt, click on the “Contact” and “About” links to see where they lead.