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  1. News - Hong Kong - SOCIETY

    Fishing heritage may be the one that got away

    Posted Sep 15th 2014, 06:29am by Vivienne Chow

    ... But some locals in the industry have said pollution and the actions of mainland fishermen- some of whom are accused of electrocuting or even poisoning fish- are doing the real damage. And Lai says ...

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    Hong Kong guest-house owners say new licensing rules will run them out of business

    Posted Sep 12th 2014, 02:20pm by Amy Nip

    ... with the Legislative Council panel on home affairs yesterday morning, the operators condemned the government's proposal to ban guest houses from being run in residential buildings that do not allow ...

  3. News - Hong Kong - SOCIETY

    Policing career is a dream come true

    Posted Sep 10th 2014, 04:12am by SAMUEL CHAN

    ... do," he said. "I hope to set an example for them that they would not be restricted to low-paying jobs if they work hard." He started work in April after finishing his training. ... in Hong Kong after arriving from Pakistan with his family when he was six months old, Hussain speaks fluent Cantonese. But like most non-ethnic-Chinese children who do not go to mainstream local ...

  4. News - Hong Kong - SOCIETY

    Disabled groups defying the odds to dance to a different tune

    Posted Sep 11th 2014, 04:49am by Jennifer Ngo

    ... Jennifer Ngo jennifer.ngo@scmp.com Hip-hop dancers who are deaf, a pianist with only four fingers and a blind saxophone player are among artists in campaign for the disabled Defying the odds to dance to a different tune "Deaf people can do anything." Dancer Fred Beam, who made the bold statement using sign language, should know. Beam is director of American dance ...

  5. News - Hong Kong - SOCIETY

    Number of prisoners in Hong Kong hits record low

    Posted Sep 07th 2014, 04:56am by Lana Lam

    ... their own part so the police, immigration, correctional services and the judiciary each do their own thing and, in many cases, it's not very well joined up." According to the International ...

  6. News - Hong Kong - SOCIETY

    Fewer prisoners ending up back in jail, thanks to increased help

    Posted Sep 07th 2014, 04:56am by Lana Lam

    ... if a young boy had been put into detention, when they came out, the school would do their very best to kick them out. They weren't legally allowed to kick them out but they would make life very ...

  7. News - Hong Kong - SOCIETY

    This civil engineer's got the answers

    Posted Sep 05th 2014, 03:55am by Annemarie Evans

    ... to reinforce the wall. What do they do? Ask Vincent Chu! Vincent Chu Tun-hon, 38, is a government civil engineer. He loves the subject so much that he regards simple matters, such as constructing ... "Life is short," says Chu. "I really felt from this incident that I needed to do something meaningful with my life." With his books and free email service, Chu has helped ...

  8. News - Hong Kong - SOCIETY

    Corporate charity helps kids find their own paths

    Posted Sep 05th 2014, 03:55am by Annemarie Evans

    ... or low-income families, public relations manager Erica Ko Wai-chun said. A year ago, the firm set up the Path to Adulthood- UAT Youth Cultivation Scheme to do even more to help the young people of Hong ...

  9. News - China - SOCIETY

    Uygur-Han Chinese couples offered 10,000 yuan a year to marry in Xinjiang county

    Posted Sep 02nd 2014, 06:16pm by Andrea Chen

    ... and cultural integration between Uygur and Han, but I doubt that spending taxpayers' money on a reward scheme to encourage mixed marriage would be the best way to do so," he said. Dilxat ...

  10. News - Hong Kong - SOCIETY

    200 make a cool start to weekend for charity

    Posted Aug 30th 2014, 04:30am by Arthur Chan

    ... for their support. Now Yan wants to see the government do more to help the roughly 300 people in Hong Kong with motor neurone disease, which causes a victim's muscles to weaken, leading to difficulties ...




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