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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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The Airport Authority (AA) on Thursday vowed to achieve net zero carbon emissions at the airport by 2050. At a press conference, airport officials said 29 major aviation-related companies have committed to its plans, and altogether with the authority, they account for about 90 percent of the current emissions. Officials set 2035 as its midpoint tar…
 
Police on Thursday arrested a 42-year-old man in connection with the alleged abduction of a toddler and a domestic helper. Officers said they received a report at around 8am on Wednesday that the two alleged victims had been dragged into a vehicle on Victoria Road in Pok Fu Lam. Hours later police received a call that a helper was screaming for hel…
 
Beijing officials have warned Western forces against trying to undermine Hong Kong's upcoming Legco elections, saying the central government will fight them off. "Foreign forces using whatever means and excuses trying to interfere in Hong Kong’s Legco elections will be fought back by the Chinese government,” warned Commissioner of the Ministry of F…
 
Poverty alleviation and housing issues are some of the focal points for this year's candidates for the Kowloon West geographical constituency in the upcoming Legislative Council elections. Watch as the Legco hopefuls lay out their priorities if they were to win a seat on December 19.โดย Radio Television Hong Kong
 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson apologised and his adviser resigned on Wednesday after a video emerged of senior aides joking about a Christmas party at Downing Street last year when social events were banned under Covid-19 rules. The leaked footage appears to contradict more than a week of denials by Johnson and his ministers that a party too…
 
Indian defence chief General Bipin Rawat and 12 other people were killed in a helicopter crash on Wednesday, with one survivor being treated for his injuries. Rawat was India's first chief of defence staff, a position that the government established in 2019, and was seen as close to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The 63-year-old was travelling with …
 
The government has kept its housing supply target for the next decade unchanged for the third straight year, at 430,000 flats, stressing that the number is based on estimated market demand. The target is part of the Transport and Housing Bureau's long-term housing strategy annual report. According to the report, officials have earmarked 350 hectare…
 
Education Secretary Kevin Yeung said on Wednesday that no right-thinking person worries about Hong Kong's national security law, and those who are concerned about crossing over a red line are worrying for nothing. On RTHK's Overview Policy, Yeung also said that teachers must safeguard security by helping to nurture their students' sense of national…
 
The Immigration Department says it's looking into claims that two officers received festive hampers from an Evergrande executive, after media reports suggested the pair could have breached anti-bribery rules by accepting them. The department said the two officers involved have since explained that they received the gifts from personal friends and d…
 
Mainland developers were back in the spotlight on Wednesday after the Hong Kong stock exchange announced that trading in shares of Kaisa Group Holdings had been suspended. The suspension comes ahead of a US$400 million offshore debt deadline Kaisa faces on Tuesday. "At the request of Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd. ("the Company") trading in the shares o…
 
The most competitive of the 10 geographical constituency races in the December 19 Legislative Council elections is Kowloon East, where five candidates are vying for the two seats up for grabs. There are both new and familiar faces in the race. They've been telling RTHK why they’re running, and what they hope to accomplish if they are elected.…
 
The honorary chairman of the Small and Medium Enterprises Association, Danny Lau, says the government should select from an existing quarantine exemption group, when it comes to choosing which business people should have priority for quarantine-free travel with the mainland. While a daily quota hasn't yet been set, the Chief Executive Carrie Lam sa…
 
Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Tuesday said some people who need to make business trips to the mainland would be given priority when the border reopens. Lam stressed their activities have to be in the interest of Hong Kong’s economic development. The chief executive said although it's not yet known what the daily quota for quarantine-free travel wou…
 
Chief Executive Carrie Lam revealed on Tuesday that around 18,000 Hong Kong people living on the mainland have signed up to cast their votes in the upcoming Legco elections, adding that it’s unlikely that the final figure will exceed the maximum 110,000 voters which the three polling stations to be set up near the border could accommodate. The gove…
 
Chief Executive Carrie Lam has endorsed comments made by Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office chief Xia Baolong that Hong Kong wasted time in seeking Western-style democracy, and that this pursuit brought more harm than good to the SAR. Xia noted on Monday that Hong Kong people have never enjoyed democracy, but said they are about to get a form that …
 
Candidates in the Legislative Council elections are busy campaigning ahead of the polls on December 19. The SAR will have a new legislature consisting of 90 lawmakers – 20 of them elected by the people who live in the 10 geographical constituencies. Most of the geographical constituency candidates have been speaking to RTHK about why they’re runnin…
 
Gin and tonic > gin ton lek ; How do you say in Chinese? > Jungman dim gong ah? ; Spring onions -chong ;Television > Din SiSand > Sa ; "Slender and beautiful maiden" > Ah La ; Money > chin ; Dollars > man ; Have/ haven't > yao/ mou ; You > lei ; You...โดย Radio Television Hong Kong
 
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