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Backchat is RTHK Radio 3's week-daily current affairs discussion programme, with expert panels and listener participation. It airs every Monday to Friday from 9.05am - 10am (HKT). Have your say by calling us on 233 88 266, find us on Facebook - Backchat on RTHK Radio 3, or email backchat@rthk.hk Listen live on Radio 3's homepage - www.rthk.hk/radio/radio3 The Backchat podcast is available after each live broadcast
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RTHK' s The Works focuses on Hong Kong's arts and cultural scene. The Works features news and reviews of visual and performing arts, design, literary and other “ works ” . Added illumination comes from interviews with leading performers and producers, interspersed with updates on events affecting the development of the territory 's artistic and cultural life. There's also in – most weeks – a live studio performance. The Works is aired on RTHK 32 every Wednesday at 21:30 & RTHK 31 every Satur ...
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A fast moving and topical business and finance show bringing you breaking business and economic news and financial market updates. Join our team and their expert guests for analysis and discussion on the day's top business stories live every weekday morning 8.05am to 9am (HKT) on RTHK Radio 3. Listen live here https://www.rthk.hk/radio/radio3 Find us on Facebook, on Twitter @MoneyTalkRadio3, or email us at moneytalk@rthk.hk
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Every week Morning Brew movie critic James Marsh reviews the latest releases to hit the Hong Kong cinemas. Now you can listen to him on-demand, and make up your own mind in his brand new weekly podcast.
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TRASH TALK explains the ins and outs of recycling in Hong Kong. Don’t just throw away household items - listen to TRASH TALK and discover tips and tricks that make your trash disposal and recycling better for our planet! Join our host Marcy Trent Long every week for this thoughtful journey through Hong Kong’s world of trash.
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It’s not just a school subject. It’s not just a tool of trade. No. It’s the language of Shakespeare, of Charles Darwin, of Andrew Lloyd Webber, of Steve Jobs, of Winston Churchill. It is the tongue shared by some of the most brilliant minds in the world. Learn it well, and your world will be a lot bigger. And you don’t even have to be born or raised in an English speaking country. With the right training, and a superhuman determination to excel, you too can speak English as expressively and ...
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If “ Hong Kong Connection ” were a tree, how old would it be? It was on 5 March, 1978 that the documentary series first went on the air in Chinese. As the series continues, its staff are determined to go on uncovering and delving into every local and international topic that concerns the people in Hong Kong, whether it be political, economic, educational, commercial, environmental or technological. A tree plays an important environmental role in refreshing the air that we breathe and holding ...
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Hong Kong Person - Boris His own personal website- Boris Sky Boris may talk with friends or share some opinion. It is also the second radio show after RTHK dim sum. Library and Information Service
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Hong Kong's urban transit show, as heard on RTHK AM621, with hard talk on sustainable transport, future mobility, zero carbon and urban planning for safe, liveable streets. Wham Bam Tram returns to RTHK's airwaves in October 2021 - but to keep our regular fans happy we're running the show as an indie podcast from July to September! Hosted by Transit Jam founder James Ockenden and recorded in Hong Kong.
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THIS MONTH IN HISTORY

Paul Letters and Noreen Mir (RTHK Radio 3)

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Each month historian Paul Letters delves back into events from This Month in History. The focus is on modern history, with anaylsis of how historical events shape our modern world. For example, we talked to the US fighter pilot who stepped into the March 1969 conflict between China and the USSR which caused the "Madman" nuclear alert.
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I will teach you everything you need to know about raising money from anyone, including venture capital firms from an award winning business school professor, venture capitalist, entrepreneur and author including: Learn the secrets of networking and how to get a meeting with almost anyone. Learn how to pitch your business model to anyone including venture capital firms. Learn what you should and should not include in your presentation slides. Learn how to present your business model like Ste ...
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Another cold spell is set to descend on Hong Kong from Thursday night, the observatory has warned. The mercury was topping 20 degrees Celsius in some areas of the city during the day, but was set to fall overnight to as low as 15 degrees in urban areas – and even lower than that in parts of the New Territories. By Saturday morning, built-up areas c…
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Monthly pyrotechnic displays along the harbourfront could make it easier for people to plan trips to Hong Kong and entice tourists to stay in the city for another night, Financial Secretary Paul Chan said on Thursday. A caller to a phone-in programme on Chan's latest budget said the plan to use fireworks and drone displays to regularly create "ench…
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Financial Secretary Paul Chan says the government does not rule out re-introducing property market cooling measures if necessary. Various extra stamp duties, introduced more than a decade ago to curb speculation, were lifted in Chan's latest budget on Wednesday. "Nowadays, there is almost no speculative activity. On the other hand, the supply [of h…
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A signalling problem caused disruption to MTR services on three lines during Thursday morning's rush hour, according to the railway company. The MTR Corporation announced shortly after 8.30am that the signalling system for the Island, Tsuen Wan and Kwun Tong lines "wasn't operating smoothly" and that passengers were forced to wait longer than usual…
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Financial Secretary Paul Chan said on Wednesday that the government will postpone a major reclamation project off Lantau after considering its financial implications, but insisted it would not be scrapped. Authorities are currently conducting a feasibility study for the Kau Yi Chau Artificial Islands project and had previously said reclamation woul…
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Beijing's top official on Hong Kong affairs has stressed the central government's continuous support for the city while promising more "preferential policies" to come, Chief Executive John Lee said on Wednesday. The director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, Xia Baolong, wrapped up a seven-day inspection trip to the SAR with a visit to Bei…
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The SAR government will issue HK$120 billion worth of bonds in the 2024/25 financial year, Paul Chan announced in his budget speech on Wednesday. The financial secretary said this will include HK$50 billion worth of silver bonds, as well as HK$20 billion in green and infrastructure bonds in order to "achieve financial inclusiveness and enhance a se…
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The government will establish a health tech hub to attract outside research talent and launch a funding scheme to support companies in using advanced technologies, as part of its efforts to build Hong Kong into an international I&T centre. Announcing his annual budget on Wednesday, Financial Secretary Paul Chan said an "InnoLife Healthtech Hub" wil…
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Hong Kong's tobacco tax rose by almost 32 percent on Wednesday, with the government saying the move is designed to give smokers even more of a reason to quit. In his budget speech, Financial Secretary Paul Chan announced that the duty was rising by HK$0.8 per cigarette, with immediate effect. Last year, he raised the tax by HK$0.6 per cigarette. Th…
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Financial Secretary Paul Chan said on Wednesday that the current fiscal year's budget deficit would soar above HK$100 billion due to slower-than-expected economic growth in Hong Kong and lower-than-expected revenue from land premium and stamp duty. In his budget speech, Chan forecast a consolidated deficit of HK$101.6 billion for this financial yea…
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Financial Secretary Paul Chan announced on Wednesday that the government will extend tax concessions for electric vehicles for two years, but the amount will be cut by 40 percent. The concessions were first introduced in 2018 and were due to expire at the end of next month. The maximum first registration tax concession for electric private cars wil…
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The government has earmarked around HK$1.1 billion for tourism bodies to attract visitors to Hong Kong, with monthly pyrotechnic and drone displays, along with a redesigned multimedia show to light up the city's harbourfront. Delivering his annual budget speech on Wednesday, Financial Secretary Paul Chan said the administration will make good use o…
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Financial Secretary Paul Chan on Wednesday announced some relief measures to ease the economic burden on the public, although the assistance to taxpayers has been reduced from previous years. About 2.06 million taxpayers will receive a reduction of up to HK$3,000 on their salaries tax or tax under personal assessment for the 2023/24 financial year.…
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Financial Secretary Paul Chan has projected GDP growth of 2.5 percent to 3.5 percent for Hong Kong this year. The economy grew by 3.2 percent in 2023. Delivering his budget speech, Chan said the external environment remains complicated, with geopolitical tensions continuing to affect international trade and capital flows, but he also cited the pros…
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Financial Secretary Paul Chan on Wednesday announced the scrapping of all property cooling measures, namely the Special Stamp Duty (SSD), Buyer's Stamp Duty (BSD) and New Residential Stamp Duty (NRSD). The so-called "spicy" measures were first introduced more than a decade ago to combat property speculation, but there have been calls for the govern…
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Financial Secretary Paul Chan said on Wednesday that "more strenuous efforts" were needed to stimulate the economy as he delivered the budget speech to the Legislative Council. Chan said a number of factors, including geopolitical uncertainties and high interest rates, changes in consumption patterns and preferences of inbound visitors, and competi…
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