Ronald Ling

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Should suspected human rights violators be allowed to own property in Hong Kong?
Should the government be responsible for ensuring food safety?
Should we spend or  save to help the economy?
Do we need spy cameras in Hong Kong?
Do electronic books make reading more enjoyable?
Should gap years be compulsory?
Do academic qualifications ensure success in life?
Should foreigners be banned from buying property in Hong Kong as a way to cool the market?
Do students benefit from  working part-time?
Does simple text language help boost communication?
Should there be a tax on fatty foods?
Should students be allowed a nap after lunch?
Does tourism bring more damage than economic benefits?
Do schools have the right  to search students' lockers?
Are video games a waste of time?
Stock exchange has its share of challenges
Should animal testing be banned?
Should people take their  savings out of the bank?
Should Hong Kong pull the plug on buildings' festive lights to save energy?
Should students work part-time after class?
Is severe punishment the best way to prevent crimes?
Does going to university at an early age benefit students?
Should people be fined if they don't recycle?
Can summer courses help develop students' interest in learning?
Time to rein in the property market
Should schools  teach students earthquake safety measures?
Science under siege
25 Feb 2010 - 12:00AM
Science under siege