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Watch This | The truth about improving Hong Kong's electoral system

Hong Kong's Election Committee Subsector Ordinary Elections are to be held on Sept. 19. It's the first election after the consolidation of HK's electoral system.

EyE on U | Alice Mak: Time for govt to review ordinances to increase land supply

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Hong Kong lawmaker Alice Mak Mei-kuen from the Federation of Trade Unions, to talk about her Private Member's Bill to amend the Protection of the Harbour Ordinance.

Zoo-minar | Arrests of Alliance members justified and lawful

The Vice-Chairman of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, Chow Hang-tung, and several members of its Standing Committee were arrested by the police on September 8. Why were they arrested? Were the law enforcement actions justified? Is the Alliance really "pursuing democracy"? Watch the video to see what Fuss the fox says about this.

EyE on U (Trailer) | Alice Mak: Time for govt to review ordinances to release more land

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Hong Kong lawmaker Alice Mak Mei-kuen from the Federation of Trade Unions, to talk about her Private Member's Bill to amend the Harbour Ordinance.

Zoo-minar | Unveiling Qianhai mystery: Where is it, and what is the cooperation zone all about?

So where is this "mysterious" place and what is the cooperation zone all about? Watch the video and Shiba the dog will tell you the answers.

EyE on U | Arthur Li: HK students long been misled by 'bad eggs'

DotDotNews gladly presents a new program named "EyE on U," co-hosted by Eunice Yung, Legislative Council member, and Edward Leung, member of Chinese Association of HK & Macao Studies. In each episode, politicians, business leaders, and professionals from different sectors will be invited to share with us their insights on popular topics related to HK.

EyE on U (Trailer) | Arthur Li on Liberal Studies reform: Teachers need to be trained properly

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Arthur Li Kwok-cheung, member of the Executive Council and Chairman of the HKU Council, to share with us his views on issues regarding HK's education sector. Why should HK's Liberal Studies be reformed? How should the HK government step up its efforts in education to promote a sense of national identity among the younger generation?

Zoo-minar | What score would you give Biden?

Out of 100, what score would you give US president Joe Biden? It is too early to judge him, but as is known to all, a person is more remembered for his mistakes than for his good deeds. Watch the video to see what Baggya the deer says about this.

Watch This | 2nd Tibet Internet Photography & Video Festival awaits your participation

Have you ever been to Tibet? While you were there did you take any photos or footage? If you can answer yes to both questions then enter the 2nd Tibet Internet Photography & Video Festival by sending your work to: xinhuaxzyx@outlook.com

EyE on U | Tam Wai-chu: Local legislation for Article 23 a 'constitutional responsibility' for HKSAR

DotDotNews gladly presents a new program named "EyE on U," co-hosted by Eunice Yung, Legislative Council member, and Edward Leung, member of Chinese Association of HK & Macao Studies. In each episode, politicians, business leaders, and professionals from different sectors will be invited to share with us their insights on popular topics related to HK.

EyE on U (Trailer) | Tam Wai-chu: It's not difficult to be a patriot

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Ms. Tam Wai-chu, the Deputy Director of the Committee for the Basic Law of the National People's Congress Standing Committee, to share with us the development of the Basic Law in Hong Kong. What lessons shall the SAR government learn from the past? How will elections be like after the improvement of the electoral system? How to promote public awareness of the Basic Law?

Zoo-minar | How 14th Five-Year Plan brings new opportunities for HK?

The national delegation started a special tour from Aug. 23 to introduce the 14th Five-Year Plan to various sectors in Hong Kong. What new opportunities will the Plan bring for HK? How exactly does it guide HK for long-term stability and prosperity? And what kind of "integration" does it emphasize? Watch the new episode presented by Witty Kitty and check out the key points of the Plan that you should bear in mind!

EyE on U | Teresa Cheng: Immense opportunities for HK lawyers: Enrichment programs, exchange projects & GBA initiatives

DotDotNews gladly presents a new program named "EyE on U," co-hosted by Eunice Yung, Legislative Council member, and Edward Leung, member of Chinese Association of HK & Macao Studies. In each episode, politicians, business leaders, and professionals from different sectors will be invited to share with us their insights on popular topics related to HK.

Zoo-minar | Is there a place for politics in music? What is the Eurovision Song Contest?

International competitions are not only based on sports, DotDotNews introduces you to the Eurovision Song Contest, an International competition famous for its wide range of music. Have you heard of Eurovision? What is the contest? How is it related to politics? Watch the video to find out what Bamboo the Panda got to say about the song contest!

Not An Outsider EP3 | Foreign assistant from Luxembourg: China's poverty alleviation is 'teaching people to fish'

How to define an "outsider"? Well, certainly not someone who is working so hard to improve local people's livelihood. In 2018, Nick, a retired police officer from Luxembourg, volunteered for the first time in Zhadong Village.
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