Wednesday, April 29, 2015   

Tam urges more signatures overseas
(07-31 11:38)

DAB chairman Tam Yiu-ching is asking overseas Chinese sign the petitions against Occupy Central.
He spoke in a press conference held in New York, calling on people who care about Hong Kong to voice against the movement that may hurt the territory.
Tam said universal suffrage must be achieved according to Basic Law.   
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Gifts fair and packaging event draw more exhibitors (04-27 19:36)
Green and refreshing (04-27 19:29)
Youth sent to detention center for Cable TV attack (04-27 18:01)
(Nepal quake) Seven still missing (04-27 13:09)
(Nepal quake) UNICEF HK appeals to donors (04-27 11:24)
(Nepal quake) Oxfam HK appeals for HK$2m (04-27 11:17)
No mail deliveries Friday, but Central post office open (04-27 10:30)

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