監製:Paul Lee


    For many years, the government promoted social communion but a chasm persisted between HK people and ethnic minorities. In mid-October, on the eve of the Kowloon March, the Civil Human Rights Front convener was assaulted. Live news broadcasts immediately alleged the assailants were South Asians. Participants in online discussion forums promptly suggested a revenge attack on Chungking Mansions where many ethnic minorities reside. Ethnic minority leaders Jeffrey and KK, born and bred in HK, decided to try to reverse the situation, with results beyond expectations. They described it as a new “we connect” page, of ethnic minorities being accepted as HK people.

    聯絡: pca@rthk.hk


    • Press Freedom

      Press Freedom

      According to the latest World Press Freedom Index by Reporters Without Borders, Hong Kong has nosedived 10 places to rank 80th in just two years. Similarly, the city's press freedom rating from the Hong Kong Journalists Association hit yet another record low this year, marking the biggest drop since surveys began.
      Media professionals said, the press in Hong Kong is facing an unprecedented storm after the National People's Congress passed a national security law on the city.

    • The Myth of Antiviral Products

      The Myth of Antiviral Products

      Amid the devastation of Covid-19, anti-viral products are rampant on the market. Many items claim to be effective in preventing or even killing viruses. Some are said to be natural and high-tech, can be inhaled safely into the body. How accurate are these claims of efficacy? Are there risks unfamiliar to consumers?

    • Freedom and Fear

      Freedom and Fear

      On June 9th last year, a million people took to the streets to protest against the extradition law amendment bill. Since then, rallies and assemblies took place often. Meanwhile, how would the police’s refusal to issue letters of no objection to public assemblies, the “group gathering ban”, and the National Security Law enacted by the National People’s Congress affect our freedom of assembly and the right to protest?

    • 7.21 Who Owns the Truth

      7.21 Who Owns the Truth

      A year on from the 7.21 incident, the narrative of what happened that night has morphed from an attack by white-clad men on ordinary people into a violent confrontation between men in white T-shirts and men wearing black.

      Hong Kong Connection reviewed CCTV and online footage from the day to look for clues and track down those captured on film in a bid to understand the truth as they told it.

    • The Tiny Minority of 7 Million People

      The Tiny Minority of 7 Million People

      The National People’s Congress almost unanimously passed the Hong Kong national security law. Beijing said the law would only target a very tiny minority. How would this “tiny minority of 7 million people” cope with the tempest?

    • Days of Isolation

      Days of Isolation

      As Covid-19 continues to spread around the world, Hong Kong’s confirmed cases have reached new heights. Some of the patients have to be quarantined and treated in the hospital. In this episode, we interviewed three hospitalized patients to find out what they went through and how they felt.

    • Complaints Convolutions

      Complaints Convolutions

      In the anti-extradition bill movement , CAPO has received over a thousand complaints. The government has repeatedly stressed it has an effective mechanism to handle complaints against the police. How does the public feel about this mechanism?

    • DSE Delays

      DSE Delays

      Every March, study rooms are filled with students, making the final dash for the Diploma of Secondary Education exam. However, due to a pandemic, this year's study rooms were bolted shut. Repeated delays of the exam aggravated the apprehension of participants this year.
      Sandy Sze was one of them. After classes were suspended at the end of January, Sandy didn’t return to school for more than two months and was deprived of the much anticipated last day of school, her secondary school life ending in a whimper. To encourage the pupils, Sandy’s teacher Klay Chen gave each exam participant a mysterious gift...

    • I’m Stuck at Home Every Day

      I’m Stuck at Home Every Day

      With Covid-19 persisting for months, all schools in Hong Kong have been in lockdown since February. In addition to going to school, special needs children take different types of therapies and training as they spend time with teachers and friends to learn to express themselves, interact with others and manage their emotions.

      But with classes suspended because of the coronavirus, how do special needs students spend their days?

    • On the Coronavirus Front Line

      On the Coronavirus Front Line

      As the novel coronavirus swept across the world in the middle of March, Hong Kong experienced a new wave of local infections from a surge of imported cases.

      Since early February, Eastern Hospital has received a large number of cases from local infection clusters, including the so-called hotpot family and patients who had visited the same Buddhist hall in North Point.

      Since February, Hong Kong Connection has been documenting the coronavirus battle at Eastern Hospital. How did the medical staff across all levels of the hospital deal with their challenges? Hong Kong Connection has been documenting the coronavirus battle at Eastern Hospital. How did they respond to the sudden crisis brought by the coronavirus?