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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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Police say a fire at a Sau Mau Ping public flat early on Friday which left four people dead appears to have been caused by an overheated battery. A 60-year-old man managed to escape the blaze in the fifth floor unit, but was left in intensive care, while his wife, 47, two daughters aged 26 and 27, and granddaughter, 2, died either at the scene or i…
 
Five of the most well known pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong were jailed for up to 18 months on Friday and four were given suspended sentences, for their involvement in one of the largest 2019 protests over the government's widely despised extradition bill. Media tycoon Jimmy Lai and former lawmakers Martin Lee, Margaret Ng, Cyd Ho, Albert Ho, …
 
The head of the Tokyo Olympics on Friday was again forced to assure the world that the postponed games will open in just over three months and not be canceled despite surging Covid-19 cases in Japan. Organising committee President Seiko Hashimoto was asked at a news conference if there were any conditions under which the Olympics would be canceled.…
 
Education Secretary Kevin Yeung has brushed aside legislators’ calls to make it compulsory for schools to report suspected child abuse cases, saying it’s not fair to rely solely on teachers because “children after all only spend a few hours in school”. At a Legislative Council meeting on Friday, New People’s Party lawmaker Eunice Yung asked whether…
 
Police Commissioner Chris Tang on Friday accused the media of "smearing" and trying to intimidate people who are “close and supportive” of his officers, saying this is “extremely unethical”. At a Legco meeting, Tang accused a newspaper he didn't name of linking children who attended the police college open day on Thursday to "black violence", when …
 
A local restaurant chain has admitted that it's told workers to get vaccinated soon if they want to keep on working. An internal memo of the U-Banquet group, which says that workers must be vaccinated by April 26 or they won't be able to work from April 29, has recently gone viral. The group's chairman, Cheung Ka-ho, confirmed on an RTHK programme …
 
The District Court on Friday heard mitigation pleas from seven prominent pro-democracy figures convicted of organising and taking part in one of the biggest anti-government protests of 2019. Founding chairman of the Democratic Party Martin Lee, media tycoon Jimmy Lai, and former lawmakers Margaret Ng, Cyd Ho, Lee Cheuk-yan, Albert Ho and Leung Kwok…
 
Four people have died, including a two-year-old child, after a fire at a public housing flat in Sau Mau Ping. Two others were injured, one of them seriously. Duty assistant divisional officer Wong Kwok-chun said the fire broke out at around 3am in a fifth floor flat at Po Tat Estate. He said four people were trapped in the apartment at the time of …
 
Hong Kong's police chief Chris Tang on Thursday accused the United States of using its agents in the SAR to undermine national security, saying this is exactly what they did to incite the protests of 2019. This is a fact, he told the media, after attending a series of police events to mark the city's first "National Security Education Day". "I am n…
 
Health authorities reported on Thursday that a couple who live in Yuen Long have come down with Covid-19, sending up to 50 of their friends, relatives and colleagues into quarantine. The wife, 29, started coughing and had a sore throat on Friday last week. She took some over-the-counter medications and didn’t see a doctor until Monday. She's an acc…
 
Hong Kong’s Covid-19 vaccination programme will be expanded to include residents aged 16 to 30, with bookings starting from April 23, the government announced on Thursday. Sixteen and 17-year-olds will be allowed to get the German-made BioNTech vaccine, while the Sinovac jab will only be available for people aged 18 and above. At the moment, the va…
 
The Consumer Council on Thursday took aim at supermarket chains ParknShop and Wellcome, saying they jacked up their prices last year, despite booming business during the pandemic and millions of dollars in government subsidies. The watchdog called for the two chains to shoulder more social responsibility after its annual price survey found the comp…
 
Hong Kong police goose stepped PLA-style around their training college as the force's band blasted out "Ode to the Motherland" on Thursday, in a public display of the officers' "nationalistic sentiments". "Defend national security with loyalty, protect our homes with bravery", officers chanted at the college in Wong Chuk Hang, as they also showed o…
 
Mainland officials say they will “teach foreign forces a lesson” if they try to interfere in Hong Kong’s affairs, adding that although the national security law was questioned when it was introduced last year, it is now “embraced by everybody”. At a ceremony marking “National Security Education Day” held in Wan Chai, the director of Beijing’s liais…
 
New People's Party chairwoman Regina Ip says the government should avoid giving people the impression that it is suppressing press freedom with new editorial controls at Radio Television Hong Kong, and it would be better to just shut down the broadcaster's TV services altogether. Ip made the call at a Legco Finance Committee attended by Director of…
 
The MTR Corporation says the first trains on the West Rail and Ma On Shan lines will depart two hours later than scheduled at 7:30am on May 2, as it carries out tests for when the lines are merged. The two lines will connect in Hung Hom to form the new Tuen Ma Line, which is expected to fully open in the third quarter of this year. Trains are alrea…
 
Executive councillor Ronny Tong said on Wednesday that the government's move to make calls for election boycotts illegal is "politically and ethically" the right thing to do and people should "stop making a fuss about it". Tong said the SAR government is merely responding to Beijing's demand that election "sabotage" be outlawed. While people will c…
 
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