Sat 17 Red Dolphin A young Chinese white dolphin is seen severely wounded in the waters outside Tai O, with four deep injuries. Samuel Hung from the Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society says they’re the worst he’s ever seen. More than 30 sightseeing boats show up to observe the wounded dolphin. Hung asks them to leave, but they refuse. Hung suspects that the dolphin was hit by a high-speed boat. Sun 18 One-Dollar Rent To help young people start a business, a landlord plans to rent out a retail space in Jordan for a two-year lease of $1 per month. The landlord, who prefers to remain anonymous, is accepting applications through the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups from people aged 18-35. Mon 19 Soldier Singalong In light of the controversial inauguration of the secretive Hong Kong Army Cadets Association, participants of a similarly military-centric “Military Summer Camp For Hong Kong Youth” tell Ming Pao details of the program. Each group is assigned a soldier from the People’s Liberation Army as team leader. Groups who are loudest in their renditions of military tunes such as “The Song of Strictly Following the Rules” and “Unity is Strength,” get to shower and return to their rooms first. Tue 20 Running with Scissors A 16-year-old male student stabs his classmate with a pair of 20cm-long scissors for flicking his earlobes and deleting programs on his calculator. The assailant chases after his classmate and stabs him twice in his back and shoulder, nearly puncturing his lungs. He is arrested, and the injured classmate is in a stable condition. The mother of the injured student says she will not press charges, and will get her son to apologize. Wed 21 Junk Saver The Duk Ling, Hong Kong’s last authentic Chinese fishing junk, has been recovered after sinking early last year. Its new owner says he wants to keep the history of the local fishing industry alive. Built in Hong Kong in 1955, Duk Ling has sailed for 60 years and was featured in films including “Around the World in 80 Days.” After restoring the junk, the new owner plans to open it up to visitors for a limited period. Thu 22 Burning Bus A KMB double-decker bus bursts into flames on a Wong Tai Sin road at around 7pm. Around 80 passengers evacuate the bus in an orderly queue before the vehicle is engulfed in flames, with smoke rising some 30 meters high. Passengers thank the 53-year-old driver, who was the last to leave the bus after making sure all passengers were safe. A short-circuit is suspected to be the cause. Fri 23 Blooming Fantastic The waters at Lung Mei in Tai Po glow blue at night and attract visitors to the coast. Some compare the sight to movie “The Life of Pi,” but an expert says that the bioluminescence is in fact a sign of water pollution, as the blue light points to a high concentration of harmful algae in the water.