Monthly Archives: November 2011

Assange slams US papers, editors

By ALICE ZHAO HONG KONG – WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange blasted The New York Times and The Washington Post for their “closeness with government” and accused journalists of being corrupted by power when he spoke to journalists and media executives … Continue reading

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Former US President awarded honorary degree in HK

By ALICE ZHAO HONG KONG – Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Humanities for his humanitarian work at a graduation ceremony in a Hong Kong university last Monday.

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Forgotten in time: Hong Kong’s abandoned village

By ALICE ZHAO KONG KONG – The shipman smiled and said “take care” when I boarded his wooden boat. It was 2:00 p.m. The sun unintentionally baked passengers waiting for the ferry. Tinted lenses from tourists reflected the glimmering aqua … Continue reading

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An abandoned house

An abandoned house

A two-floor abandoned house in the lush green, doors open, windows broken. Photo by Alice Zhao

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