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An old inventor of bamboo steamers

Have you ever wondered how a bamboo steam basket filled with dim sum was made? Rounding three bamboo strips, interlocking each of them with a tool, placing a round-shaped bamboo plate in the middle as a base and attaching each part firmly under a "big stapler" machine, an old man has been repeating this process …

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Funded mobile van promotes family reading time in Kowloon Art Festival

  • The Young Reporter
  • By: Hailey Man、Fang-Yi ChenEdited by: Vanessa Yung、Amy Ho
  • 2019-02-26

A van parked at the end of the corner while people were strolling down the street of booths in the West Kowloon Cultural District. Unlike other common food trucks, this van was hanging around and selling books. "Nine books about Kowloon City," the banner hanging on the van said. This unique van is owned by …

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Make an Effort to Preserve Our Culture

  • By: Akane NakasujiEdited by: admin
  • 2019-02-22

Hong Kong is an international city with diverse cultures while visiting temples is one of those. However, this habit gradually declines with the rise of more entertainment and science; therefore, preservation work has been suggested to keep temples survive. What Makes Temples Special? “If you want to know about the culture and history of a …

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Tournament needed for future development of Hong Kong‘s esports industry

  • By: Student ReporterEdited by: Editor
  • 2019-02-20

Reported by Erica Chin, Kobie Li, Elly Wu Hong Kong esports athlete, Lo Tsz-kin won a gold medal at the Asian Games 2018. However, since esports are not recognised as an official sport in Hong Kong, he is not eligible to receive the $400,000 cash award as other gold medalists under Athlete Incentive Award Scheme. …

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Notorious housing issue introduced into children's book

While the notorious housing condition for the poor has been the top concern of many from the working class in Hong Kong, Janas Lau Pui, a local artist specializing in children’s book and graphic novels, decided to make it a relevant topic to children by creating an illustration book. "Usually, the stories for children are …

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Discovering the city of Lijiang through taste

Northwest in Yunnan Province in China, Lijiang is a city rich culture. Its Old Town area has more than 800 years of history which played a crucial role during the ancient Silk Road. Craig Au-Yeung, show host and food columnist, along with his wife Millie Wong, showcase their travel experiences in Lijiang and demonstrates an …

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Chinese New Year speciality: Fish-shaped rice cakes

  • The Young Reporter
  • By: Anna Kam、Nadia LamEdited by: Katherine Li、Anna Kam、Nadia Lam
  • 2019-02-04

Following two families creating beautiful rice cakes in the form of fish at PMQ. During the Lunar New Year, the fishes symbolise having financial surplus while the rice cakes symbolise that children with grow taller and also do better in the coming year. Two families with two lovely girls prepare to start their craft with …

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Drifting away from the city --- Peng Chau

  • By: Student ReporterEdited by: Editor
  • 2018-12-05

Peng Chau is an island at the West of Hong Kong Island. On this small piece of land, you can leave your mind in peace and silence Reported by Sharon Tam (Course: Broadcast Reporting and Production Instructor: Jenny Lam)

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Cha Chaan Teng, the Symbol of Hong Kong

  • By: Student ReporterEdited by: Editor
  • 2018-12-05

Emerged since the WWII, Cha Chaan Teng is widely regarded as a symbol of Hong Kong spirit – open, inclusive and flexible. There are more than 3000 Cha Chaan Teng in this city now, attracting not only local residents but also tourists around the world Reported by HUANG Xinyi (Course: Broadcast Reporting and Production Instructor: …

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A dream is a wish your heart makes: Fortune Telling at Wong Tai Sin

  • By: Student ReporterEdited by: Editor
  • 2018-12-03

This is a podcast story that I produced for our Broadcast Reporting and Production class. From burning joss sticks to lottery poetry, I explored how Chinese tradition is kept alive here at Wong Tai Sin Temple Reported by Stephanie Ma Chi Wai (Course: Broadcast Reporting and Production Instructor: Jenny Lam)