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We asked two teen protesters why they continue to attend demonstrations, and how they feel about the current social situation.
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The negative consequences on the planet - flooding, rising sea levels, and a decrease in marine life, for example - will increase as temperatures do.
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The legislation would require annual checks to see if the city was sufficiently autonomous from Beijing.
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The Equal Opportunities Commission says specialised materials and teacher training are required to meet the needs of non-Chinese-speaking students.
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The tongue may be one of the smallest organs in the body, but it is highly sensitive...
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The nature enthusiast always knew she wanted to spend her life with animals. She made discoveries about chimpanzees that nobody else had and worked to protect their homes...
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People may think ballet is limited to a highbrow audience, but four young dancers will present the art form to the masses in a performance with a modern touch...
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It is common for teachers to punish pupils with the aim of better educating them. But a recent incident raises the issue of how far teachers can go...
A four part series on bottled water in Hong Kong
Drip by drip, part 1 - Where Hong Kong gets its drinking water
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recently wave energy has become more popular as companies design more efficient technology and governments spend money on wave projects...
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A group of Polytechnic University students showcased a range of environmentally friendly products at the Hong Kong Houseware Fair last month...
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To cater to Hongkongers' packed schedules, indoor golf schools have sprung up...
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The Nobel Peace Prize-winner was elected prime minister of Myanmar in 1990, but she had been placed under house arrest before the elections took place...