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HIGHER REACHES ANSWERS: Kim Jong-un’s cultural revolution gathers speed in North Korea [February 19, 2019]
1. throwback 2. by studying from other countries and learning from their example 3. (i) T
JUST READ IT Answers: Should Hong Kong say goodbye to phone booths when many of them earn less than HK$1 a day? [February 13, 2019]
1. Because most people in Hong Kong use smartphones 2. Arguments for removing (any two from): obstruction for pedestrians/get in the line of sight of drivers/ take up too much space on pathways.
JUST READ IT Answers: Digital detox: how much electronic clutter can we cleanse from our lives? [January 30, 2019]
1. A 2. peeking 3. (i) False (ii) True (iii) True (iv) Not given 4. challenging
HIGHER REACHES ANSWERS: In Tajikistan’s Pamir mountains, road trip across the roof of the world [January 29, 2019]
JUST READ IT Answers: Bruce Lee’s Hong Kong mansion to become Chinese studies centre [January 23, 2019]
1. Mandarin and music. 2. It’s the former home of kung fu legend Bruce Lee.
HIGHER REACHES ANSWERS: Japanese cormorant fishermen keep alive tradition that belongs to another age [January 22, 2019]
1. C 2. It is because lights/flames must be used to attract the fish/trout/ayu.
JUST READ IT Answers: All you need is love … in maths: HK educators come up with a way to interest students in the subject [January 16, 2019]
1. B 2. (i) geeks (ii) nerds 3. Maths Romance is meant to create interest in a subject that some people find boring. 4. 7,531 5. (i) NG
HIGHER REACHES ANSWERS: Hong Kong elderly and young volunteers connect through Habitat for Humanity’s home services [January 15, 2019]
1. They are people who cannot maintain their homes because they are low-income and/or senior citizens.
1. C 2. inevitable airborne future for short-range transport with vertical take-off and landing 3. i) Tii) Fiii) Fiv) NG