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"The 1 2 3 Show", on Radio 3.
Annalie Chow is in for Noreen this afternoon on the 123 Show.
It's not uncommon for busy city dwellers like us to have trouble relaxing. So at 1:30 today, Delia Leung, co-founder of Mindful Movement (MDFLMVMT), a local community group of meditators, will teach us how to find inner peace through meditation.
Then after 2, we turn to a more tense topic with Simon Ng, Director of Policy and Research at the Business Environment Council, who'll be here to tell us about the Low Carbon Charter signed by 31 leading property and construction sector companies this week as part of the BEC’s Low Carbon Hong Kong initiative. (1:15pm-3pm, firstname.lastname@example.org, facebook: @NoreenMirRTHKradio3)
On today's 123 Show we're asking: Why do children lie? Dr Aurelius Fung, a paediatrician, and Dr Charlotte Tang, a clinical psychologist, join us at 1.30. After 2, we hear about an international art exhibition by a group of local domestic helpers. Cristina Cayat, Noemi Manguerra and Cecil Eduarte from Guhit Kulay, a Hong Kong-based domestic worker artist collective, along with Zamira Monteiro, from one of the organisers, Enrich HK, share the idea behind this exhibition. After 2.45, Annalie Chow talks to Amanda Whitfort, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law at HKU, about the inadequacies of the current legislation on prevention of cruelty to animals and how to improve it. (1:15pm-3pm,email@example.com)