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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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It's a dream come true for 26 Hong Kong students - they are joining a stage production at the Shanghai Expo...
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After more than three years as a singer, Jason Chan Pak-yu has become philosophical about fame, fortune and glamour: his sole target is to continue doing his 'dream job'...
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A colony of pandas is coming to town, but not everyone is happy about it. Details are yet to be officially disclosed...
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The crippling drought and the approach of next Monday's Ching Ming festival, when Chinese traditionally commemorate the dead, have driven flower prices sky high in Kunming...
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Cargo and tourist boats idle as drought and dams slow Mekong lifeline to trickle
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Student goes on the adventure of a lifetime to see the effects of global warming...
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Sci-fi fans should head to Cyberport for an exhibition by the artist and designer behind some of the finest special effects in the movies...
Three 'happiness ambassadors' set off on a year-long voyage around the world on January 1. They plan to visit 206 countries and find out what makes people happy...
Biggest canal project since 1949 gets underway in south
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Read a series of articles related to the drought. Fill in a worksheet on the subject