Judicial systems based on human behavior are different depending on the society in which they are created. Decades on, Hong Kong has developed its own judicial system. After the handover, how has HK's judicial system diverged from the British model?
Qiufen or "Autumnal Equinox," the 16th of the 24 solar terms in the Chinese Lunar Calendar, falls on September 23 this year. Qiufen is the midpoint of autumn. From here on, days will be shorter and nights will be longer in the Northern Hemisphere.
Today, the song we recommend is Danny Boy. In 1910s, Frederick Weatherly wrote the lyrics to this song. In one version of the story, his son was one of 16 million who gave his life in WWI. This song is a father's words to his son, and also a manifestation of love between family members.
In order to keep the chimpanzees comfortable during the summer, Guangzhou Zoo has prepared various measures to protect them from the scorching heat: air conditioning, fruit plates and even Cantonese-style soup.
Born and raised in China, Nan Li graduated from American Film Institute in Cinematography. His work has been seen at the Houston, Vancouver, London, Los Angeles, and Rome International Film Festivals. In 2022, his work Boogie Rage won the Gold Remi Award for Cinematography from WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival.
The Mid Autumn Festival falls on the 15th day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar, when the moon reaches its full state. Therefore, watching the moon has become a tradition for the Chinese festival. This year, Mark from the UK decided to go to the first planetarium in Jilim, Northwest China, to take a closer look at the full moon. Let's see what he will find.
In this episode, we are glad to invite Mervyn Cheung Man-ping, Chairman of the Hong Kong Education Policy Concern Organization, to talk about the current state of national education in HK. How does the HK community encourage young people to have a proper understanding of the historical development of the country and cultivate their sense of national identity?
The Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI) was founded in the year 2000 and is one of the major pillars of Hong Kong's innovation and technology (I&T) ecosystem. As the largest government-funded applied R&D institute in HK, ASTRI possesses a strong track record of commercializing innovative technological solutions.
Christina Huang Danyan, a girl from the School of Dance of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, has fallen in love with dance since she was 3 years old when the seed of dance has been planted in the girl's heart. At the age of 12, she became a professional dancer. For her, dance has become an integral part of her life as she dreams of becoming a professional dancer. In 2019, Huang came to HK to further her studies and continued her passion with a full scholarship awarded by the Jockey Club.
In this episode, we invite Dennis Yip, the CEO of ASTRI, to share his insights about the applied science industry in HK. How does Yip envision the development of applied science and technology in the Greater Bay Area? How can ASTRI contribute to such development? Stay tuned for the full video to come.
In an izakaya called Wild Monkey in Tokyo, you can find really authentic Chinese dishes here and even Chinese liquor. The menu is not limited to a particular cuisine style, but includes popular dishes from all over China, such as vinegar pepper soup, grilled lamb skewers and spicy hotchpotch.
Early this month, the Hong Kong government has disbursed the first voucher under the 2022 (Phase II) Consumption Voucher Scheme to about 6.36 million eligible persons.
In this video, Daniel Szuc, an Australian host who has been living in HK for many years, interviewed HK citizens on the streets of Causeway Bay about how they are spending their vouchers.
The Hong Kong Housing Society (HKHS) was set up in response to the challenges of the times 75 years ago. In the business of housing development, the Society has always strived to provide quality housing services for the community.