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Through the Eyes of Hong Kong’s Mainland Students

Through the Eyes of Hong Kong’s Mainland Students

Reporters: Piano Ho, Phyllis Lee, To Ting, Vinky Wong We may study in the same lecture rooms, dine in the same canteens, and even sleep in the same hostel rooms. But many of us still have misunderstandings about, or more precisely, no understanding of mainland students in Hong Kong’s universities. The total number of mainland […]

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Paradise Lost in North Point: Kai Yuen Street

Paradise Lost in North Point: Kai Yuen Street

Reporters: Katherine Chan, Samuel Chan, Edith Liu, Beverly Yau Before bulldozers moved in to demolish the tong lau or Chinese tenement buildings built in the post-war period in Wing Lee Street and Lee Tung Street, the affected residents put up a fight against redevelopment. Their cause won the sympathy of many Hong Kongers. This is […]

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The Survival of Small Supermarkets

The Survival of Small Supermarkets

Reporters: Christine Fung, Tiffany Ngai, Winnie Tse Supermarkets have become an indispensable part of our lives. But while the giant chains seem to dominate the industry, independent and smaller chain supermarkets are still striving to survive with their own strategies in a competitive environment. We have found that even though independent and smaller chain supermarkets […]

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Sunbeam: Cantonese Opera’s Last Independent Theatre in HK

Sunbeam: Cantonese Opera’s Last Independent Theatre in HK

Reporters: Victor Chan, Melanie Leung, Nia Tam, Jasmine Wong For nearly four decades, Sunbeam Theatre in North Point has been synonymous with Cantonese Opera. That could come to an end, however. There are mutterings that the theatre will close down in 2012 and its future is still uncertain. The potential closure of Sunbeam Theatre has […]

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Hong Kong’s Wet Markets Struggle to Survive

Hong Kong’s Wet Markets Struggle to Survive

Reporters: Candy Chin, Hazel Chung, Jennifer Kwok, Phoebe Man As you walk along Fu Shin Street, the sound of vendors’ proclaiming their wares fills your ears. Stores are crammed in both sides of the street, but there is order in the chaos. Fu Shin Street market is one of the few remaining traditional wet markets […]

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