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Hong Kong must not become a breeding ground for hate
Divided Hong Kong must cultivate its moderate voices

The Occupy movement has been dragging on for over 50 days now and many are watching anxiously to see when and how it will end, and how our society, now so divided, can heal, as well as how we can move forward on political reform.

27 Nov 2014 - 2:36PM

The Occupy movement has been dragging on for over 50 days now and many are watching anxiously to see when and how it will end, and how our society, now so divided, can heal, as well as how we can move forward on political reform.

Divided Hong Kong must cultivate its moderate voices
Studying on the mainland will enrich the lives of Hong Kong's youth

Young Hong Kong singer Gloria Tang Zhi-kei, better known as G.E.M., recently made her mark in a popular mainland singing contest. Though a rising star in Hong Kong, she was unknown to most on the mainland, yet after the first two rounds of the contest, the number of her Weibo fans shot up by 170,000 in a day and has now reached six million.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

Young Hong Kong singer Gloria Tang Zhi-kei, better known as G.E.M., recently made her mark in a popular mainland singing contest. Though a rising star in Hong Kong, she was unknown to most on the mainland, yet after the first two rounds of the contest, the number of her Weibo fans shot up by 170,000 in a day and has now reached six million.

Studying on the mainland will enrich the lives of Hong Kong's youth
In Hong Kong, slurs and stereotyping pass for debate

The landmark ruling by the Court of Final Appeal on CSSA has sent shock waves across the city and further divided society. If nothing is done to address the situation, those mainland migrants who benefit financially from the ruling may suffer in the end, as they will find it harder to integrate into Hong Kong society.

4 Jan 2014 - 2:02AM

The landmark ruling by the Court of Final Appeal on CSSA has sent shock waves across the city and further divided society. If nothing is done to address the situation, those mainland migrants who benefit financially from the ruling may suffer in the end, as they will find it harder to integrate into Hong Kong society.

In Hong Kong, slurs and stereotyping pass for debate
Tap social media to connect better with mainlanders