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Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor’s first policy address was generally well-received. Her 45-minute speech was a refreshing change from that of her predecessor Leung Chun-ying.
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Recently, the US Senate tried to open a debate on a bill that concerns the repeal of the ban on military personnel being openly homosexual...
It was 10 years ago this month that members of the United Nations came to an agreement over a set of international development goals for the new millennium...
Former Liberal Party leader James Tien Pei-chun has been trying to persuade the government to set aside a small part of its foreign exchange reserves as financial aid for poor communities...
In August, China finally surpassed Japan to become the world's second-largest economy. But wait ... didn't that already happen?
'I love Hong Kong! I love green!' was the slogan in a series of government publicity programmes promoting greener lifestyle a few years back. This idea has been continued...
It has been five years since Hurricane Katrina slammed into New Orleans, yet nature's wrath has not cooled...
This is the International Year of Youth, as designated by the United Nations, aimed at raising awareness of youth participation and development...
On June 2, taxi driver Derrick Bird, 53, went on a shooting rampage, murdering 12 and wounding 25 people in Cumbria, England...
Good things come in small packages ... or do they? The recent constitutional reform package proposed by the government has, not surprisingly, been controversial...
Recently, I had to go to London for a meeting. Beforehand, I watched the news about the volcano in Iceland to see whether it would affect my trip. To be safe, I took out an insurance policy...