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- HK to Issue Plastic Notes Marking 10th Return Anniversary
- More Convenience to HK, Macao Journalists for Olympic Reporting
- Taiwan Urged to Remove Ban on Mainland Journalists
- HK on High Alert Against Norovirus
- Japanese Snacks Contain Banned Sweetener in HK
- New Year's Eve Carnival Set for Sha Tin
- Funeral of Late T.S. Lo Held in Hong Kong
- HK May Resume Fish Imports from Chinese Mainland Before Christmas
- HK Urged to License, Vaccinate Dogs
- HK Strives to Enrich Lives of Children in Poverty
- HK CE Mourns Passing of T.S. Lo
- New Mothers from Outside HK Strain Medical Facilities
- Hong Kong Toughens Animal Cruelty Penalties
- 2% Mainland Graduates Return from HK
- HK Shelves Proposed GST
- China Coal Energy to Raise US$1.7b in HK Listing
- HK Makes Telecom World Closer to Mainland Market
- HK WinterFest Ready for Tourists
- HK University Says Scholarships to Offset Tuition Hike
- Launch of HK's First Telecom Youth Forum
- Students Witness Launch of HK's First Telecom Youth Forum
- Wu: Harmony Key to HK's Prosperity
- Prices Rise for Christmas Tours to Hong Kong and Macao
- Swedish Ship Gotheborg Visits Hong Kong
- HK Tourism Up 8.7% in First Ten Months
- HK Holds 2nd Smoke-free Restaurant Open Day
- Vietnamese, HK Institutes to Research Bird Flu
- HK Strives to Make Telecom World 2006 Success
- 500 Firms Sign Clean Air Charter
- Closer Co-op in Culture, Economy And Education
- PLA Forces in HK Conduct 9th Routine Rotation
- Hong Kong Drafts Law to Cut Smog-forming Pollutants
- Law in HK to Cut Smog-forming Pollutants
- HK Recovers 28 Tons of Rechargeable Batteries
- HK Gov't Urged to Strengthen Food Control
- Beijing Court Upholds Original Sentence on HK Spy Journalist
- Large Scholarship to Attract Chinese Mainland Students
- Encouragement for Students to Study-Work in HK
- 96 People in HK Get HIV Infection in Q3
- HK Airport Passenger Traffic Up 8.5 Percent
- Hong Kong Airport Reports Stable Growth in October
- HK and Beijing Sign Olympic Tourism Deal
- Senior Official Meets HK Bankers
- HK Plans More Niches for Cremation
- Funding Extended for Kindergartens
- Tourism Board to Go on Publicity Blitz
- HK Disneyland Promotes New Magical Journey
- HK to Lose Star Ferry Pier Landmark
- Asia's Longest Cable Car Attracts 280,000 Visitors
- It All Adds Up for HK Students
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Defeating Food Scares
China has been confronted with food security problems recently. Mandarin fish from Guangdong Province and turbot from Shandong were found to contain poisonous chemicals. And ducks and hens in Hebei Province were fed a red dye so that their red-yolk eggs would sell for a higher price.

Work Safety
Industrial accidents including blasts, cave-ins, fires and the like pose a threat to many workers. The issue of work safety has drawn nationwide attention and the government requires to do more to curb the situation.

HK | Macao | Taiwan
- Venue for Chanel's 'Mobile Art' exhibition built in HK
- Moderate earthquake rocks Taiwan
- Oriental Magpie Robin tests positive for H5N1 virus in HK
- Mainland-Taiwan festival charter flights end amid calls for regular direct flights
- HK population raises to 6.9 mln at 2007 end
- Taiwan asks everyone to plant one tree in life
Military Affairs
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- Army steps up anti-terror training for Olympics
- Military forces to help rebuild snow-affected areas
- Snow-hit province buys insurance for soldiers
- Chinese peacekeepers in Sudan awarded medals
- Disaster prevails as relief effort beefed up
- 306,000 troops mobilized to combat snow disasters
News | Photos
- China publishes 2,400 types of maps last year
- Hydropower plant threatened by severe winter
- Boom year for space launches
- Xuelong meets strong cyclone in Antarctica
- Scientific fun during winter holiday
- Xuelong sails near floating ice in Antarctica
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