監製:Executive Producer: Paul Lee Producer:Cheng Sze-sze


    In Hong Kong, thousands of books are published every year. There are nearly a hundred bookstores and countless publishers. Do you know more than half of the bookstores in Hong Kong come from the same enterprise? And three out of the big five publishers also come from this enterprise. Who runs this enterprise? Is it related to the Chinese government?

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    • Iron Curtain

      Iron Curtain

      Communist bloc faced a great change in 1989, but not perished.
      North Korea is one of the communist regime still existed with huge gestures in recent years.
      Hong Kong Connection's reporters observed this self-claimed "happiest kingdom" in close proximity.

    • June Fourth

      June Fourth

      1989 is a key turning point in world history. The Berlin Wall fell this year, triggered the domino effect on the fall of communist regimes in Eastern Europe. Poland was the first country to reject its ruling communist party through ballots on June 4th, 1989. On the same day, the People's Liberation Army cleared the student movement at the Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China. Since then, the two countries went seperate paths for 30 years.

    • Patrick Ho's List

      Patrick Ho's List

      From a famous ophthalmologist to a capable politician, Patrick Ho was once a rising star. After leaving the SAR government as Secretary for Home Affairs, he turned himself into a civil diplomat, but was arrested in New York in late 2017 and charged with corruption and money laundering. Hong Kong Connection looks into the evidences of the trial and reconstructs the network built by Ho that covers Africa, middle America, Middle East and Eastern Europe, through a former president of the United Nations General Assembly.

    • The Last Mile of Life

      The Last Mile of Life

      Nearly a quarter of Hong Kong people say they want to die at home, a survey shows. People believe that family can offer the best care for patients. But could they also offer a good care for the people with terminal illness?
      In this episode, we are featuring 2 families on how to prepare for their family member to die at home – a practice not yet popular in Hong Kong as about 90 per cent of deaths still take place in public hospitals.

    • Jailed on Foreign Soil

      Jailed on Foreign Soil

      While the president of the Philippines fights against drug dealers, four Hongkongers locked up in a Philippine prison on drug charges. The jailed men, aged 30 to 51, were arrested in Subic Bay in the Philippines in July 2016 after a raid on a “floating crystal meth laboratory”. They have denied all charges but the Philippine court ruled that four people were guilty of possession of drugs, sentenced to life imprisonment and fines. The families of the four men say they are innocent and have vowed to fight for justice. Lo Shu Ho is the sister of one of the Hong Kong residents, Lo Wing Fai. What is her story in facing all these sudden change?
      The Philippine drug problem is rampant and corruption is also serious. In 2000, Tang Lung Wai went to the Phillippines and was accused of drug trafficking. He later sentenced to life imprisonment. Meanwhile, he wrote his own experience of grievances in prison and caused social concern. Tang Lung-wai’s brother Billy thought that the incident had harmed the whole family. He didn't trust his own brother in the past and their father has even committed suicide. Will there be new hopes in the final appeal?

    • Heaven & Earth

      Heaven & Earth

      Hong Kong government suggests the owners of industrial buildings to convert their properties into temporary, social housing to help those living in cramped, squalid conditions, in order to make better use of industrial space. Hong Kong Connection visited two families living in the rooftop apartments and subdivided flats in factory buildings facing, telling their heartbreaking stories for eviction.

    • Love Scam

      Love Scam

      Online scams are rising in number and police and officials regularly warn about the risks and the need to be alert. But those searching for love and romance need to take even greater care as the fraudsters targeting dating sites and social media have perfected their charms, knowing when and how to ask questions to get their way. A lonely person can in such circumstances easily fall prey to a potential suitor who appears attractive, inviting and trusting.

    • The Journey to Unity

      The Journey to Unity

      A new era for the Catholic Church in China began when Pope Francis signed off on a historic “provisional agreement” with China over the appointment of bishops. The deal broke a nearly 70-year impasse between Beijing and the Vatican. However, why did the agreement consider a betrayal towards the underground church?

    • The Journey to the Cross

      The Journey to the Cross

      A new era for the Catholic Church in China began when Pope Francis signed off on a historic “provisional agreement” with China over the appointment of bishops. The deal broke a nearly 70-year impasse between Beijing and the Vatican.

    • Bridge Elegy

      Bridge Elegy

      More than a hundred of industrial accidents occurred in the Hong Kong- Zhuhai- Macao Bridge project. About 20 Mainland and Hong Kong workers died and more than 500 were injured. The Association for the Rights of Industrial Accident Victims urged the government to erect a monument to the dead and injured, to commemorate the bridge's "lesson in blood".