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PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 14 March, 2001, 12:00am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 14 March, 2001, 12:00am

Test your memory and see what you remember from previous news reports. Each question is related to a news story published in the South China Morning Post on Tuesday, March 13, 2001

1. were arrested for alleged money laundering linked to people-smuggling following a SAR and Australian police bid.

A Twenty foreigners

B Fifty mainlanders

C Twenty triad members

D Twenty people

2. A union has called for a statue of revolutionary leader to be built in Hong Kong.

A Mao Zedong

B Sun Yat-sen

C Deng Xiaoping

D Chiang Kai-shek

3. A group of 14 medical associations opposed the Government's consultation paper on , calling the plan 'empty proposals'.

A educational reforms

B commercial law reforms

C health-care reforms

D tax increases

4. The of missing autistic boy Yu Man-hon was given a frosty reception by National People's Congress deputies after flying to Beijing to seek help to trace the boy.

A mother

B father

C uncle

D aunt

5. The SAR is to establish centres in Guangdong to give for mainlanders planning to settle in Hong Kong.

A financial help

B legal advice

C right of abode advice

D induction courses

6. looking for regional headquarters could pick Singapore over Hong Kong if they fail to find the talent they need here, a senior official warned.

A American businessmen

B German firms

C British industrialists

D European companies

Answers - 1D, 2B, 3C, 4A, 5D, 6B