On Tuesday's Backchat, the new Anthem Law. The Government has outlined local legislation to implement the National Anthem Law passed in the Mainland last year. It is intended to 'preserve the dignity' of the anthem and says that anyone present at an occasion where it is played must not display disrespectful behaviour. Primary and Secondary schools shall teach students to sing and understand it. There will be no public consultation. Are you concerned by the law? What should happen in international schools, and will it inhibit free expression? Is three years in jail a proportionate punishment for someone who sings the national anthem in a distorted manner? Call us on 23388266 or email email@example.com. After 9.20, should female cabin crew have to wear skirts and make-up?
We're having a Green Day special on Tuesday's Money Talk. We're joined by Alexandra Tracy, Founder & President of Hoi Ping Ventures, and Leonie Kelly, Project Director at the RS Group, who'll talk about green finance and banking. And giving his analysis of the latest business headlines is Peter Churchouse, author of the Churchouse Letter. (8 - 8:30 am, email firstname.lastname@example.org )
This Saturday morning at 8.30, Anna Fenton presents the first in a five-part series, Hooked, which looks at the growing issue of addiction in Hong Kong - from alcohol and illegal drugs to social media, internet pornography, smart phones and tablets (dubbed “process addictions” because like gambling, users get an effect without actually ingesting a chemical). Hear how the internet is providing a fast forward button to addiction, find out what addiction really is, what it’s not, how to tell if you’ve got it, and what to do and where to get help if you’re ... Hooked.
Produced by Phil Whelan.
The Hong Kong International Young Readers Festival 2018 will be held from March 5-16. Radio 3 is delighted to be a media partner, once again, for this annual literary event for young people. This year you’ll hear interviews with award-winning authors and illustrators about their writings and working styles. Stay tuned for more!
The Bollywood Show is a South Asian music party on radio - bringing you the best of Bollywood sounds and going behind the scenes of Indian Cinema with RJK (Karishma Sujan) every Saturday night, at 9pm.
Karishma Sujan is a TV and radio presenter, a digital designer and a Bollywood dancer. A real creative force, Karishma is a Philippines-born Indian based in Hong Kong. Be sure to catch The Bollywood Show every Saturday night! (9pm-10pm)
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