Listening & scripts

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What exactly is a hanko?
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TIM: Hi. This is listening plus and you’re listening to Timothy Chui. Today we’ll be speaking with features writer Ben Sin about the evolution of street ball in Hong Kong. Thanks for joining us Ben. BEN: Thanks. TIM: First off, what is street ball?
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with features writer Ben Sin about the evolution of street ball in Hong Kong.
SAVED BY AN IPOD Voice 1: You are listening to an online teen radio programme when you hear this item about a teenager whose life was saved by an iPod. What happened? How could an iPod save anyone’s life? Listen carefully and answer the questions to find out.
SAVED BY AN IPOD You are listening to an online teen radio programme when you hear this item about a teenager whose life was saved by an iPod. What happened? How could an iPod save anyone’s life? Listen carefully and answer the questions to find out.
Kit: Hello, this is listening plus and you are with Young Post reporter Lai Ying-kit. This week we will be discussing a hot environmental topic, the wall-like high buildings in the city and the heat island effect that they cause.
Young Post reorter Lai Ying Kit will be discussing with news reporter Olga Wong on how the the wall-like high buildings and the heat island effect affect the city.
Sam looks for a flat Sam comes from UK. She’s got a job as a research engineer for a company located in the Science Park in Shatin. At the moment, Sam is talking to a rental agent in Tai Po about finding a flat.
Sam looks for a flat Sam comes from UK. She’s got a job as a research engineer for a company located in the Science Park in Shatin. Sam is talking to a rental agent in Tai Po about finding a flat. Listen to their conversation and answer the questions.
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with Paul Mozur, a freelance writer based in Asia who just got back from a month in Xinjiang.
TIM: Hi, this is listening plus. You’re with Timothy Chui and today I’ll be speaking with Paul Mozur, a freelance writer based in Asia who just got back from a month in Xinjiang. Thanks for joining us. PAU: Thanks Tim.