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While thousands of Hongkongers took to the streets to fight for democracy, the 16th anniversary of the handover was being celebrated by thousands of others, according to event organisers.

While thousands of Hongkongers took to the streets to fight for democracy, the 16th anniversary of the handover was being celebrated by thousands of others, according to event organisers.

2 Jul 2013 - 4:46AM
Reduce H7N9 human fatalities, Premier Li Keqiang tells health officials

Premier Li Keqiang urged health officials to reduce the fatality rate of the H7N9 bird flu and release information to the public in a timely manner as the deadly strain spreads in southern China.

Premier Li Keqiang urged health officials to reduce the fatality rate of the H7N9 bird flu and release information to the public in a timely manner as the deadly strain spreads in southern China.

29 Apr 2013 - 10:22AM
Top Beijing official says no change in policy on Hong Kong

Wang Guangya told Beijing-loyalist lawmakers last week that the central government had consistently upheld, and continued to uphold, the principle that "'one country' is the premise and foundation for 'two systems'" - a reference to the "one country, two systems" formula guiding Hong Kong affairs under Chinese sovereignty.

Wang Guangya told Beijing-loyalist lawmakers last week that the central government had consistently upheld, and continued to uphold, the principle that "'one country' is the premise and foundation for 'two systems'" - a reference to the "one country, two systems" formula guiding Hong Kong affairs under Chinese sovereignty.

31 Mar 2013 - 5:48AM
Flights to take more health precautions after second Sars scare

More health measures will be taken on flights in and out of the city, the health minister said yesterday, as Hongkongers breathed a sigh of relief after a cabin crew member tested negative for novel coronavirus.

More health measures will be taken on flights in and out of the city, the health minister said yesterday, as Hongkongers breathed a sigh of relief after a cabin crew member tested negative for novel coronavirus.

11 Mar 2013 - 5:18AM
Milk traders able to skirt checks at border town

Traders of contraband milk formula are shifting their operations to a historic street in the border town of Sha Tau Kok, which lets them skirt tighter checks on parallel exports that began on Friday.

Traders of contraband milk formula are shifting their operations to a historic street in the border town of Sha Tau Kok, which lets them skirt tighter checks on parallel exports that began on Friday.

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Elderly in march for universal pension

An angry crowd of more than 1,000 people marked Senior Citizens Day yesterday by accusing the government of failing to give a commitment to the long-awaited universal pension scheme.

An angry crowd of more than 1,000 people marked Senior Citizens Day yesterday by accusing the government of failing to give a commitment to the long-awaited universal pension scheme.

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