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Tai Hang dragon dance marks colourful start to Chinese holiday

Thousands of people thronged in Tai Hang to watch the area's heritage-listed dragon dance, kicking off the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day celebrations. Paraded along the narrow streets by 300 dancing Tai Hang residents, the 61-metre fire dragon swung its head and tail to the cheering of crowds.

30 Sep 2012 - 11:53AM

Thousands of people thronged in Tai Hang to watch the area's heritage-listed dragon dance, kicking off the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day celebrations. Paraded along the narrow streets by 300 dancing Tai Hang residents, the 61-metre fire dragon swung its head and tail to the cheering of crowds.

Tai Hang dragon dance marks colourful start to Chinese holiday
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More Hong Kong elderly live in poverty, study says

While Hong Kong's rich get richer, the poor are still getting poorer, according to the findings of a new study. Although the figure for those classed as living in poverty fell to 17.1 per cent of the population in 2011, the gap between haves and have-nots is widening.

15 Oct 2012 - 7:57AM

While Hong Kong's rich get richer, the poor are still getting poorer, according to the findings of a new study. Although the figure for those classed as living in poverty fell to 17.1 per cent of the population in 2011, the gap between haves and have-nots is widening.

More Hong Kong elderly live in poverty, study says
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