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Ambrose Leung

Satisfaction with government rises

People's satisfaction with the government's performance has risen by 10 percentage points to 37 per cent since the Manila hostage tragedy, a University of Hong Kong survey shows.

Wednesday, 29 September, 2010, 12:00am

Satisfaction with government rises

People's satisfaction with the government's performance has risen by 10 percentage points to 37 per cent since the Manila hostage tragedy, a University of Hong Kong survey shows. The poll of 1,010 respondents found those who were dissatisfied with the government dropped from 39 per cent in August to 26 per cent.

29 Sep 2010 - 12:00am

Rival's property slur 'unforgivable and self-defeating'

Anson Chan Fang On-sang said the decision of opponents to dust off 14-year-old allegations concerning a property transaction amounted to a smear campaign against her and her family and had been unforgivable.

She insisted she had nothing to hide and would co-operate with any Legislative Council investigation.

5 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

Don't lose hope, former Vatican envoy urges

People should not lose hope about religious freedom on the mainland - in the same way that they kept faith in the 1980s when facing Hong Kong's transition, a former top Vatican official has said.

14 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

10 projects, 3 insistences, and 2 long hours

In February he borrowed from Mao Zedong to talk about the '10 major relationships' - the dilemmas facing Hong Kong. After his re-election we were told of the five pledges of consensus-building government.

Yesterday, while setting out the new goals of his next five years, the chief executive was at it again.

11 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

You'll go to hell, says HK's top Buddhist

Hong Kong's top Buddhist leader yesterday issued a stern condemnation of the military junta in Myanmar, saying its leaders would go to the deepest hell for killing Buddhist monks who were championing democracy and better livelihoods for the people.

29 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

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