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Year-round Festival Series 34 – World Travel Day – To the ends of the earth

Year-round Festival Series 34 – World Travel Day – To the ends of the earth The Icelandic aurora borealis, the evening sunsets on London Bridge in the UK, the friendliness of the inhabitants of Taiwan’s small islands, the glowing sunset over the Grand Canyon in the US, the turquoise of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, the craggy cliffs of the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, the autumnal forests of Canada’s Rocky Mountains, the simplicity and magnificence of Egypt’s pyramids, the glittering lights of the city of Venice, and the glamour and splendour of Paris… the world’s beautiful landscapes are […]

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Year-round Festivals Series 33 – International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer – Global warming is hitting Hong Kong in the face!

Year-round Festivals Series 33 – International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer – Global warming is hitting Hong Kong in the face! In the past, global warming was a far-fetched word for the blessed city of Hong Kong. However, after the frontal impact of Hurricane No. 10 in early September and the severe rainstorms of the century that followed, which resulted in severe flooding and landslides in low-lying areas across Hong Kong, turning streets into fast-flowing rivers, and flooding MTR stations, the threat of global warming is something we have to take very seriously. Hong Kong’s persistent summer

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Year-round Festival Series 30 –  Liberation Day (Hong Kong) – Freedom from Oppression

Year-round Festival Series 30 –  Liberation Day (Hong Kong) – Freedom from Oppression It is the end of August, and the summer holidays are drawing to a close. The last Monday of August is Hong Kong’s Liberation Day. In August 1945, Hong Kong officially ended its occupation by the Japanese after the Allied Powers defeated Japan in World War II. Hong Kong’s Liberation Day used to be a public holiday, but the government cancelled the holiday after the July 1 handover. Freedom from Repression Liberation Day is a day that marks the liberation of a place from oppression and is

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Year-round Festival Series 22 – July 1 Reunification Day – To stay or to go?

Year-round Festival Series 22 – July 1 Reunification Day – To stay or to go? Next Saturday, July 1, will be the 26th anniversary of Hong Kong‘s return to China. According to the Hong Kong government, there was a net outflow of more than 130,000 people in the three years from 2019 to 2021. The fifth wave of the epidemic resulted in a net outflow of 140,000 people in the first quarter of 2022, and the immigration expo currently being held in Hong Kong is attracting a large number of people to the event. Some young people want to take

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