It’s been a busy week for Hong Kong. Have you been paying attention? 1. Sharks were spotted off the coast of Sai Kung. The government has issued a public announcement stating: a. $500 for every fin b. Gweilos make excellent bait c. Humming the "Jaws" theme tune does not constitute an adequate early-warning system 2. Thousands of people took to the streets recently. What was the reason? a. Fighting for Democracy b. Pleading for Yumiko to cover up c. Free trinkets from the Hong Kong Jockey Club 3. Newly introduced Panda cubs Le Le and Ying Ying have blogs. What’s the latest post? a. “Not everything is black and white” b. “Secretly, I truly despise bamboo” c. “You know what really grinds my gears? Panda puns.” d. “That other panda is really starting to piss me off...” 4. Police estimated the turnout for the July 1 march at around 20,000 people, while the Civil Human Rights Front put it at 68,000. How can we account for this discrepancy? a. Fat kids count for two b. They got bored of the footage and counted the extras in “Ben Hur” instead c. Counted feet, not people 5. Riddle me this: a Hong Kong cardinal comes under fire from the mainland Catholic church. Why is this? a. Papal drive-bys b. Wearing his mitre at a rakish angle c. Caught hot boxing the confessional d. For taking part in a democracy march 6. Remains of an ancient Paleolithic civilization were recently discovered in Shenzhen. What was the most surprising thing discovered at the dig? a. Slightly inferior to the remains of ancient Paleolithic civilization in Hong Kong b. The ancient civilization sold purportedly genuine “Kelvin Klein” rocks c. Each fossil unearthing comes with option for “happy ending"