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Politics is an important, but sometimes tedious, part of our everyday lives, and things that happen in governments on the other side of the world can affect all of us. It includes key events like presidential elections, new laws and social movements. 
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Explainer: Why do people want to boycott the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics?

Explainer: Why do people want to boycott the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics?

Hong Kong leader points to teachers for youth ‘failing to grasp’ mini-constitution

From Peng Shuai to Xinjiang – the issues dogging the Beijing Olympics

Hot Topics: Why new teachers are required to pass Basic Law test

Face Off: Should use of the Leave Home Safe app be compulsory for non-government buildings?

Wikipedia editors fight Covid-19 misinformation, bigotry and even Nazis

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Senator Big Bird? The Twitter account trolling US Senator Ted Cruz

Hot Topics: Why are climate activists calling COP26 ‘greenwashing’?

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Princess Mako’s wedding puts a spotlight on shrinking Imperial Family

Explainer: Who is Japan’s Princess Mako, and why has she lost her royal status?

Fewer Hong Kong students choosing to study journalism in university

More teachers will be required to pass exam on Basic Law

Hong Kong policy address: 5 key takeaways from Carrie Lam’s speech

Facebook whistle-blower calls for regulation of the social media giant

LGBTQ+ people in Afghanistan fear for their lives after the Taliban regains power

Hong Kong police to deploy 8,000 officers for National Day

Hong Kong leader points to teachers for youth ‘failing to grasp’ mini-constitution

From Peng Shuai to Xinjiang – the issues dogging the Beijing Olympics

Hot Topics: Why new teachers are required to pass Basic Law test

Face Off: Should use of the Leave Home Safe app be compulsory for non-government buildings?

Wikipedia editors fight Covid-19 misinformation, bigotry and even Nazis

Hong Kong’s subsidised schools eligible for up to HK$300,000 in national education funding

Senator Big Bird? The Twitter account trolling US Senator Ted Cruz

Hot Topics: Why are climate activists calling COP26 ‘greenwashing’?

Why a mother in subdivided flat was charged HK$4,100 for utilities bill

Princess Mako’s wedding puts a spotlight on shrinking Imperial Family

Explainer: Who is Japan’s Princess Mako, and why has she lost her royal status?

Fewer Hong Kong students choosing to study journalism in university

More teachers will be required to pass exam on Basic Law

Hong Kong policy address: 5 key takeaways from Carrie Lam’s speech

Facebook whistle-blower calls for regulation of the social media giant

LGBTQ+ people in Afghanistan fear for their lives after the Taliban regains power

Hong Kong police to deploy 8,000 officers for National Day

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