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Uncovering and delving into every local and international topic that concerns the people in HK

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    監製:Danny SIT


    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 from the earth on which we stand. It is Hong Kong Connection's mission to provide the public with information and analyses as well as an opportunity for rational discussion. The programme is aired every Thursday evening on TVB Pearl at 19:00-19:30 (3 Oct. 2013 - 27 March 2014)

    Live webcast: Thursday HKT 2100 - 2130

    Archive available later after live webcast. ** Please note that the programme air-time on TV is different with webcast time.


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    08/12/2017

    According to Hong Kong Population Projections, the population is expected to remain on an ageing trend. The proportion of the population aged 65 and over is projected to rise markedly to 2.58 million in 2064.
    The needs of long term elderly care are projected with declining mortality rate in our aging population.
    Most of the people want to ageing at home instead of spending their last part of lives in old age homes. But have the carer burden been addressed?

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    UPCOMING
    15/12/2017

    Magnificent bridges are awe inspiring. But generally we marvel only at the genius of the engineers and the magnitude of the financial input, hardly appreciating the investment of human sweat and blood.

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    CATCHUP
    03 - 12
    2017
    RTHK 31
    • Ageing In Place

      Ageing In Place

      According to Hong Kong Population Projections, the population is expected to remain on an ageing trend. The proportion of the population aged 65 and over is projected to rise markedly to 2.58 million in 2064.
      The needs of long term elderly care are projected with declining mortality rate in our aging population.
      Most of the people want to ageing at home instead of spending their last part of lives in old age homes. But have the carer burden been addressed?

      08/12/2017
    • The Tug-of-war With Bugs

      The Tug-of-war With Bugs

      For some three quarters of a century, antibiotics have done humankind great service. Due to various reasons, however, they are fast losing their efficacy against superbugs. Alarm bells are ringing.

      01/12/2017
    • The Giant Who Had No Enemies

      The Giant Who Had No Enemies

      Liu Xiaobo, the famous Chinese scholar, dissident and Nobel laureate, is dead. He frequently said China was in need of a moral giant. Little did he realise that for numerous Chinese, he was that very giant himself.

      24/11/2017
    • Promoting Sports In Hong Kong

      Promoting Sports In Hong Kong

      The Government seems determined to promote sport as an integral part of life in the SAR. However, there is still a lack of top-class facilities and not every new
      proposal is meeting with public approval.

      17/11/2017
    • 20 Years After The Return (3) –One country, two systems

      20 Years After The Return (3) –One country, two systems

      The existence of Hong Kong as a special administrative region of China came
      about as a result of Deng Xiao-ping’s pragmatism. But how do the people of Hong
      Kong feel about ‘one country, two systems’ so far?

      10/11/2017
    • 20 Years After The Return (2) – Treading A Tightrope

      20 Years After The Return (2) – Treading A Tightrope

      Freedom of expression, one of the most important principles of democracy, is supposedly enshrined in the Basic Law, the de facto constitution by which the Hong Kong SAR is to be governed. Is it now under threat?

      03/11/2017
    • 20 Years After The Return (1) So Near, Yet So far

      20 Years After The Return (1) So Near, Yet So far

      Hong Kong officially returned to China on the 1 st of July 1997. Twenty of the first 50 years have gone by. How much has changed in Hong Kong?

      27/10/2017
    • Judicial Review

      Judicial Review

      With increasing Judicial Review cases, this episode seeks to explain the basic principles of its operation, as well as its merits to improve governance. Many judicial review cases seem to be highly political, yet in reality many cases concern important public interests related to education and housing issues, labour rights, human rights and more. The program will further examine whether the system is being abused, with illustration with significant cases.

      31/03/2017
    • Waste Charging=Waste Reduction?

      Waste Charging=Waste Reduction?

      According to the latest EPD figure, the amount of waste per person disposed daily keeps increasing, which is the worst in a decade. The EPD announced waste-charging legislation should be enacted as soon as possible to help reduce waste generation. The suggested waste charge will be 1-2 HKD per household per day. What are the public views? While the government has implemented a number of measures over the decade to prepare for such legislation, what is its effectiveness? Producer: Candy Chan

      24/03/2017
    • STEM

      STEM

      STEM education is now the new trend. EDB has put resources to encourage schools to launch this program in order to train the communicating thinking of students. What problems do the teachers face under STEM education? And what the students need to equip more? Producer: Flora Yeung

      17/03/2017
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