HK people positive about globalisation: survey Hong Kong people are more positive about the effects of globalisation than those in some other Asian countries, a World Economic Forum survey shows. More than half of Hongkongers thought it had affected their lives positively, according to the poll of 7,900 people in 10 Asian states and territories. It also found the rich-poor gap (25 per cent) and unemployment (62 per cent) were the issues Hong Kong people most wanted the government to address. Only in Singapore and South Korea was concern higher over the wealth gap. fraud suspect to be repatriated from gansu Police in Gansu province will repatriate Hong Kong resident Choy Kei-lung in the next few days. Choy, arrested there last month, is accused of involvement in fraud and making pirated CDs worth 450 million yuan (HK$423 million) in 1998. Charged by the Independent Commission Against Corruption, he and his wife failed to appear in court in 2001. Court denies Falun gong a judicial review A Hong Kong court has rejected a Falun Gong application for a judicial review of the Immigration Department's decision to deny entry to some of its overseas practitioners. Madame Justice Carlye Chu Fun-ling said Kan Hung-cheung, chairman of the Hong Kong Association of Falun Dafa, did not have sufficient interest to support the application. Mr Kan wanted a review of the decision to refuse entry to four Taiwanese Falun Gong practitioners in February. official praises scrapping of 'One-plus-three' idea Executive Councillor Cheng Yiu-tong, the chairman of the Federation of Trade Unions, said it was good that the 'one-plus-three' scheme for importing mainland labour had been shelved, given the high unemployment rate in Hong Kong. He said Hong Kong should provide more jobs for middle-aged people.