HK woman found dead in Shanghai flat A 48-year-old Hong Kong woman was found dead in a flat in Shanghai's Hongkou district on Friday night, mainland police said yesterday. Police suspect she was murdered and officers are investigating. She was found lying on the doorstep of her rented flat on the 11th floor, with blood and wounds all over her body. She was a company executive and moved in in April, neighbours said. Secondary students depressed, poll finds More than one in three junior secondary school students were depressed, according to the Christian Family Service Centre. In its survey of 1,600 students from Forms One to Three, more than half of them faced emotional problems, with 37 per cent reporting depression and 21 per cent showing serious symptoms of depression. Fewer than 10 per cent of students said they would seek help from social workers or psychiatrists. Some 5 per cent of them would handle the problem by smoking, drinking or taking drugs. Registration for HK$6,000 handout starts today Acceptance of applications for the government's HK$6,000 handout will start today, with holders of a valid Hong Kong permanent identity card born in 1946 or before to register in the first round. More than 1,100 branches of 21 retail banks and 126 post offices are involved. Post offices will open from 9am to 5pm to handle registrations. People can send forms to Hong Kong General Post Office Box No186000. Registration ends on December 31 next year. Go to http://www.scheme 6000.gov.hk for details Avenue of Stars ranked as second worst tourist trap Tourism Board chairman James Tien Pei-chun said he was shocked the Avenue of Stars had been ranked second in the world's 12 worst tourist traps list by travel and lifestyle website, CNNgo. Tien said it had one complaint about the avenue last year, and he would find ways to improve it. The report says the Tsim Sha Tsui site was 'designed with mainland Chinese tourists in mind', and 'a lack of comfortable resting areas and focus on souvenir photo booths makes the whole experience about as satisfying as a sneeze that doesn't quite come out'.