Tiananmen testimonies premiered in HK A documentary featuring testimony from families of the victims of the Tiananmen Square crackdown was given its world premier in Hong Kong by the Tiananmen Mothers Campaign. The support group unveiled a series of activities, including organising forums, to mark the 15th anniversary of the crackdown. Five-hundred VCDs of the documentary will be distributed to local schools and overseas human rights organisations. A representative from the group will leave for the United Nations in Geneva on Sunday to make a report. Electrical failure strands passengers About 400 passengers on board a through train from Guangzhou to Hong Kong were stranded in Dongguan for more than three hours due to an electrical failure. A KCRC spokesman said the train broke down in Chashan, Dongguan, at 6pm, 30 minutes after leaving Guangzhou. Refreshments and ticket refunds were given to passengers and the train reached Hong Kong about 11pm, nearly four hours behind schedule. Sars scale-back Hong Kong will decide within a week whether to scale down its Sars prevention measures, the director of health said. This means that the Hospital Authority may soon lower its yellow alert, the second level of its three-tier alarm system. CLARIFICATION In a story on page 2 of Wednesday's South China Morning Post we reported incorrectly that Kuwait would offer SAR passport holders visa-free access to the Gulf state. In fact, the Kuwaiti government has relaxed restrictions requiring travellers to obtain a visa before arriving. Under the new rules, SAR passport holders will be able to obtain visas in Kuwait at a cost of three Kuwaiti dinars (HK$80).