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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.
 
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Transport expert Hung Wing-tat says it's totally unacceptable to have loose parts from an advertising panel affect the safety of a train, and suggested that a switch to digital advertising could avoid problems in future. Hung was commenting on RTHK's Hong Kong Today programme on Friday, after rush hour chaos struck Hong Kong Island on Thursday when…
 
An academic has warned that the SAR's newly-launched health code system will not work effectively if the government fails to cultivate public trust. Kris Hartley, an assistant professor of public management and administration at the Education University, was commenting on Friday, a day after officials unveiled the health code system to be used for …
 
The government has officially launched Hong Kong's health code system, but has stressed that there is no plan to use it within the SAR. People hoping to travel quarantine-free to the mainland once the border reopens will be able to sign up for a code from December 10 to get familiar with it. Applicants have to register with their real name and subm…
 
Researchers from two local universities say a study they have carried out suggests that supplementing a type of bacteria in the gut can help improve a person's antibody response to Covid vaccinations. The research team from the medical faculties of Chinese University and the University of Hong Kong collected blood and stool samples from 138 vaccina…
 
A government adviser on values education says there's a global problem of young people lacking goals in life and that’s why “diligence” has been added as one of the core values to be taught in Hong Kong schools. Alan Chow, a member of the Curriculum Development Council’s standing committee on values education, said on Wednesday that members noticed…
 
Police on Wednesday said they had arrested 20 people on suspicion of money laundering over alleged online dating scams involving a total of HK$15 million. The operation was jointly carried out with Interpol and police in Malaysia, where another seven people were arrested. The police alleged that the suspects used online platforms to chat to their v…
 
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