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HK unveils constitutional reform document ( 2007/07/12 13:00:33 )
The government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) unveiled Wednesday the Green Paper on Constitutional Development.

HK celebrations marked by support

10,000 young people celebrate HK anniversary
About 10,000 young people from south China's city Shenzhen and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to China in Shenzhen.

Fireworks display marks return anniversary
Special stamps mark 10th anniversary
President Hu ends Hong Kong trip
Panda couple make public appearance in HK

We got it wrong on Hong Kong, Time magazine
It is my observation that over the past 50 odd years since the founding of the PRC , the Western press and its army of " Chinese experts " have barely or rarely got anything right about China.

Hong Kong celebrates 10th anniversary of handover
Hong Kong still suffers from colonial syndrome
Hong Kong would be nothing without China
HK people don't want independence

From China Daily Newspaper
Triumph of 'one country, two systems'
HONG KONG: President Hu Jintao yesterday said the central government will adhere to the "one country, two systems" principle and stressed the importance of Hong Kong's economic development and improvement in the life of its residents.

HK and mainland trade could be more profitable
10 years into Basic Law,time to build awareness
Cakewalker finds slice of heaven
Hu hails Hong Kong as 'window and bridge'

Mission successful: PLA Garrison in HK
President Hu Jintao plays table tennis with a young Hong Kong player
Hong Kong businessmen in Beijing
Lan Kwai Fong tops HK nightlife
Dining and shopping paradise for travellers
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Late leader set two-year deadline for talks on return
The late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping set a deadline of two years for China's negotiations with Britain over the return of Hong Kong, former diplomat Zhou Nan said recently.

Memories linger on of crisis times
Deng's pledge is being maintained
Thatcher: Fears about HK proved groundless
Oversea Chinese proud of changes in HK
'Hong Kong is my home' - Allan Zeman


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