監製:Danny SIT


    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.

    聯絡: pca@rthk.hk


    • HK People’s Sentiments For Home & Nation

      HK People’s Sentiments For Home & Nation

      OCTOBER is an anticipated month for the Chinese as they celebrate the country’s 70th birthday. While the Chinese officials announced the great achievements the country has accomplished since 1949, Hong Kong is facing the longest and largest social movement. What do Hong Kong people feel about this year national day?

    • Minimal Force?

      Minimal Force?

      Hong Kong Connection looked into the footage filmed by different media at Prince Edward MTR station on 31 August to see the appropriateness of the police's action. It also sourced a group of citizens affected by tear gas and worked with chemical engineers to test how much toxin left around residential areas.

    • Who Stole My Summer Vacation?

      Who Stole My Summer Vacation?

      In the summer of 2019, the anti-extradition law rally evolved into city-wide movement. A group of young protesters took to the street and fought for their demands. When the long vacation of summer holiday comes to an end, are they prepared to put down their protective gear?

    • This Early Summer

      This Early Summer

      Quite a number of teenagers get involved in the campaign of anti-extradition law. Why are they so devoted and what they have experienced in the past month?

    • Let the Voice be Heard

      Let the Voice be Heard

      Over a million people took to the street on 9th June, 2019, expressed their worries to the amendment bill of the extradition law. How the HKSAR government responds to the voices of the people? Massive protest signifies the end, or the beginning of the movement?

    • 721 Yuen Long Nightmare

      721 Yuen Long Nightmare

      The police have been accused of mishandling Yuen Long's attack on 21 July. Stephen Lo, the Commissioner of Police, explained that the "delay" was due to insufficient manpower as the force was busy dealing with a protest in Hong Kong Island, as well as three cases of fight and one case of fire in the Yuen Long district.
      Hong Kong Connection's reporters have collected the CCTV footage dated 21 July from different cameras and interviewed relevant persons to reconstruct the attack's timeline and take a closer look at the police's arrangement during Yuen Long's "nightmare".

    • Escape


      Causeway Bay Bookstore former owner Lam Wing-kee worried that if the amendment bill on extradition law passed, the safety of Hong Kong citizens could not longer be guaranteed. At last, he chose to leave Hong Kong and stayed in Taiwan.
      In 2015, Lam was detained by mainland authority for eight months. Then he was allowed to come back to Hong Kong for a short time, but he did not return as planned.
      Hong Kong Connection follows Lam's last days in Hong Kong and his first chapter in Taiwan.

    • 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.