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"The Sunday Smile" is a new English-language radio programme for primary school children. It gives a unique opportunity for children and parents to practice their English together. Starting from 14 December every Sunday morning from 9:00am to 9:30am, the show will feature fun educational segments, competitions with prizes, cool music, and contemporary stories.
 
Radio 3's new half-hour Sunday morning programme Following Faith, is to be broadcast from March 3rd for seven weeks at 8.30am. It looks at different religions in Hong Kong and how they are practiced today. You'll be introduced to members of the clergy and lay people, as well as academics and writers who discuss everyday observances and practices by Hong Kong's various pockets of believers. The programme will shed some light on how they came to be here in the SAR in the first place, how they ...
 
Is it your efforts or fate that decide whether you are rich or poor?RTHK's program 'Rich Mate, Poor Mate I & II' is a reality show documentary which tries to explore the economic gap between the rich and the poor in Hong Kong. This program put wealthy people in the shoes of the poor, with our film crew closely following them around the clock to see their experience of poverty. They include prominent tycoons, company CEO and offspring of famous magnates to live in cage houses, work low pay an ...
 
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A grassroots organisation and pro-democracy parties on Wednesday slammed the government for cutting handouts for the poor and said proposals for HK$5,000 worth of electronic spending vouchers to residents and a guaranteed loan scheme for the jobless won’t do much to help. Community organiser Sze Lai-shan from the Society for Community Organisation …
 
Health authorities on Wednesday ordered people who've been to a Chinese restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui in the past week to get tested for Covid-19, after six customers there came down with the disease. One patient visited Mr Ming's Chinese Dining on February 18 – the day Hong Kong's social distancing rules were relaxed after the Chinese New Year holid…
 
Financial Secretary Paul Chan has revealed that the government has set aside HK$8 billion for "safeguarding national security in the coming years", without giving further details. A breakdown of the figures provided in Chan’s latest financial blueprint said the sum would go to a “special fund” for national security purposes. An appendix said the fu…
 
The pro-government Legislative Council largely cheered Financial Secretary Paul Chan’s latest budget on Wednesday, though questions were raised about the effectiveness of his HK$5,000-per-resident spending voucher giveaway, a controversial hike in taxes on stock trades, and a substantial cut in handouts to the poor and the middle class from the pre…
 
The Financial Secretary, Paul Chan, said the SAR government will expand its bonds' issuance schemes in the coming year by regularising the issuance of green bonds and lowering the eligible age for subscribing Silver Bonds. While delivering his latest budget blueprint in Legco on Wednesday, the minister said the government plans to regularly issue g…
 
The government on Wednesday announced a HK$318 million drive to upgrade Hong Kong’s football pitches to encourage more people to play the sport. The money would be spent over the coming five years, with authorities looking for a “substantial increase” in the number of smaller five-a-side football pitches that meet international standards. The Finan…
 
The government announced on Wednesday it will set aside HK$1 billion to subsidise owners of old buildings to improve their sewage pipes, but a plumbing expert said the authorities should also conduct regular checks to ensure the pipes are well maintained. Financial Secretary Paul Chan said during his budget speech that the government will provide s…
 
The Financial Secretary, Paul Chan, said while he expects the Hong Kong economy to return to positive growth in the coming financial year, the government faces at least five more years of budget deficits as it continues spending to try to revive the ailing economy. Delivering his annual budget speech on Wednesday, Chan said the local economy contra…
 
The Financial Secretary, Paul Chan, said country parks and hiking trails will be upgraded as part of the government’s effort to build a “quality city for our citizens”. He said HK$500 million will be spent on installing new facilities in country parks, including treetop adventure and glamping sites and new lookout points, or on improving existing t…
 
The government said on Wednesday it will increase stamp duty on stock transfers by 30 percent – from 0.1 to 0.13 percent of the transaction value – but ruled out raising other taxes for the time being as the government remains focused on reviving the ailing economy. Financial Secretary Paul Chan announced the move in his latest budget speech. The c…
 
The government is to raise taxes on new vehicles and increase annual licence fees in an attempt to relieve traffic congestion in Hong Kong, as it eyes phasing out the sale of petrol- and diesel-run cars entirely by 2035 or earlier. Financial Secretary Paul Chan said in his latest budget that a 15 percent increase in First Registration Tax (FRT) for…
 
The Financial Secretary, Paul Chan, has announced a number of measures aimed at attracting and nurturing talent IT talents in the city, including subsidies to train local students to be more IT savvy. He said despite challenges posed by the epidemic and the external environment, promoting innovation and technology is the right direction for the cit…
 
The government will earmark HK$934 million to boost tourism – one of the industries hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. Announcing his budget proposals on Wednesday, financial chief Paul Chan said HK$169 million will be used to promote local cultural, heritage and creative tourism projects, such as the Yim Tin Tsai Arts Festival and the City in T…
 
The Financial Secretary Paul Chan handed out fewer sweeteners in his latest budget blueprint delivered on Wednesday, offering up HK$5,000 worth of electronic spending vouchers, tax breaks of up to HK$10,000, along with a variety of other measures to help individuals and businesses. As expected, with Hong Kong notching up a record budget deficit of …
 
The Financial Secretary, Paul Chan, says the government will set aside HK$9.5 billion to help businesses ride out the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. He said profit tax for 2020/21 will be reduced by 100 percent, but subject to a ceiling of HK$10,000. This will benefit around 128,000 businesses but will cut government revenue by HK$1.05 billion. O…
 
The Financial Secretary, Paul Chan, said he expects the Hong Kong economy to return to positive growth and expand by 3.5 to 5.5 percent this year. Delivering his annual budget speech on Wednesday, Chan said the roll-out of Covid-19 vaccination schemes around the world means there'll likely be significant improvements in the global economy in 2021. …
 
Financial Secretary Paul Chan on Wednesday said the government will introduce HK$120 billion in ‘counter-cyclical measures’ to try to stabilise Hong Kong’s Covid-ravaged economy. He is delivering his latest budget blueprint at the Legislative Council, at a time when Hong Kong is facing a record budget deficit and near-record high employment. The ec…
 
Secretary for Civil Service Patrick Nip said on Wednesday that more Covid vaccination slots will be up for grabs in the coming few days, after the quotas for the first two weeks of the territory-wide inoculation programme got snapped up by around 70,000 people. Nip also told an RTHK radio show that more than 500 people have already received Sinovac…
 
The government on Wednesday morning lifted the ambush-style lockdown in San Po Kong, brought in on Tuesday evening after a Covid-19 case turned up in a building where there are a lot of subdivided flats. Over 500 people were tested and no new cases were found. Residents of Cambridge Building on 6-24A Kam Wing Street, where the case was discovered, …
 
Tiger Woods suffered serious injuries to both legs as his car flew off the road Tuesday near Los Angeles in a crash he was "very fortunate" to survive, law enforcement officials who found the US golf legend said. Woods did not appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol during the early-morning incident, and underwent surgery after the rol…
 
Parts of San Po Kong were sealed off on Tuesday evening as the government imposed its first ambush-style coronavirus lockdown in the Year of the Ox. Effective from 8.30pm, residents of Cambridge Building on 6-24A Kam Wing Street, and Tong Seng Mansion on 1-33 Kam Wing Street and 5-7 Yin Hing Street were required to stay in their flats and undergo c…
 
Four serving district councillors will almost certainly lose their seats under the government's plans to extend an oath of allegiance system, Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Erick Tsang said on Tuesday. The government intends to require district councillors to take an oath, and legal amendments will enable disqualifications and fi…
 
Health authorities revealed on Tuesday that a 55-year-old woman was in intensive care after she waited for several days to receive her positive test result for coronavirus. The woman, who works in a cake shop at the Royal Plaza Hotel in Mong Kok, developed a fever on Monday last week and visited a private doctor two days later. She submitted a sali…
 
The government on Tuesday announced its intention to require district councillors to take a pledge of allegiance, with any who are disqualified for breaching the oath to be banned from running for office for five years. Planned amendments to the law to allow for the disqualifications and bans will also cover legislators. The Secretary for Constitut…
 
Around 200 Hongkongers received Sinovac Covid-19 jabs on Tuesday, several days before the government officially rolls out its territory-wide vaccination programme. The participants, consisting of elderly residents as well as people from “high risk professions”, were invited by the Centre for Health Protection to get jabs at the Central Library in C…
 
Facebook said on Tuesday it will lift a contentious ban on Australian news pages, after the government agreed to amend a world-first law requiring tech giants to pay media companies. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and Facebook said a compromise had been reached on key aspects of the law, which was fiercely opposed by the tech companies. "As a result of …
 
Chief Executive Carrie Lam said on Tuesday that the central government has to get involved in solving Hong Kong’s political problems to ensure that “One Country, Two Systems” can continue. She was commenting on remarks made by the head of Beijing’s Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, Xia Baolong, who said the territory's electoral system needs to b…
 
Chief Executive Carrie Lam said the government has no plans to introduce legislation that prohibits insulting public officials for now, saying her administration has more pressing issues to deal with. Her comment comes after civil service chief Patrick Nip said last Wednesday that the government is considering introducing laws to criminalise insult…
 
The vice chairwoman of the Basic Law Committee, Maria Tam, says the National People’s Congress Standing Committee will have to decide on reforms to the SAR's electoral system, because Hong Kong doesn't have enough lawmakers left to make such a move. This comes after the head of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, Xia Baolong, called on Monday f…
 
Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Tuesday said there has been a keen response to the government’s coronavirus vaccination programme, with more than 42,000 people in priority groups making appointments for the jabs by 9am after online bookings opened at midnight. Speaking ahead of the weekly Executive Council meeting, Lam said neither she nor any top of…
 
Nasa scientists on Monday unveiled first-of-a-kind home movies of last week's' daredevil Mars rover landing, vividly showing its supersonic parachute inflation over the red planet and a rocket-powered hovercraft lowering the science lab on wheels to the surface. The footage was recorded on Thursday by a series of cameras mounted at different angles…
 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson set out a phased plan on Monday to end England's Covid-19 lockdown, offering a "cautious" approach to try to prevent a return to wholesale restrictions that have hobbled the economy. Johnson, under pressure to allow more freedoms to millions stuck at home and offer hope to shuttered businesses, said the first st…
 
Britain's foreign secretary Dominic Raab on Monday said the rights of people in Hong Kong were being "systematically violated", while denouncing ‘torture, forced labour and sterilisations’ that he said were taking place against Muslim Uighurs on an "industrial scale" in Xinjiang. Raab, in a recorded speech to the UN Human Rights Council, said the n…
 
Lawmakers took turns on Monday to announce their support for plans to reform the SAR's electoral system, with one insisting it's only right that Hong Kong people will not get a say in the matter, and another proclaiming that whatever Beijing decides will be great. In recent weeks various pro-Beijing figures have been calling for electoral reforms, …
 
Chief Executive Carrie Lam said on Monday that the "need" to change Hong Kong's electoral system is not down to a desire by the authorities to target the pro-democracy camp, and not all opposition figures will have to be "suppressed". Lam's comment came after Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office chief Xia Baolong said Beijing must spearhead political…
 
Chief Executive Carrie Lam and her ministers on Monday became the first people to receive Covid-19 vaccines in Hong Kong. Justice Secretary Teresa Cheng, Security Secretary John Lee and most of the rest of Lam's top team were given jabs at the Central Library. The press were invited to cover the process which was broadcast live on television. Finan…
 
Businesses shut in Myanmar on Monday in a general strike called to oppose the military coup and thousands of protesters gathered in towns and cities despite a chilling message from the junta that confrontation would cost more lives. On Sunday, hundreds of people attended the funeral in the capital Naypyitaw of Mya Thwate Thwate Khaing, a young woma…
 
Many pupils expressed excitement on Monday about being able to go back to school, as most schools resume face-to-face classes following the Lunar New Year holiday amid an apparent easing of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Education Bureau earlier announced that up to a third of students will be allowed to attend classes in person at each school at any o…
 
Senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi called on the administration of US President Joe Biden to work with Beijing to reopen dialogue between the two countries to restore a bilateral relationship damaged under the presidency of Donald Trump. Wang, a Chinese state councillor and foreign minister, said the Trump administration's actions to suppress and cont…
 
Israeli authorities on Sunday warned people to keep away from the country's Mediterranean shore to avoid a massive tar slick, as thousands of labourers and volunteers worked to clean contaminated beaches. Powerful winds and unusually high waves pummelled Israel's entire Mediterranean coastline over Tuesday and Wednesday, with tonnes of tar staining…
 
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