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Anyone who joins our Meme Team today will receive a thank you poem done in the style of Rupi Kaur.
Carrie Lam will be presenting her own TV show on RTHK to teach viewers about Hong Kong’s reformed electoral system. The show will be aired four times a day, every single day.
Social distancing measures will change from tomorrow (29 April) until 12 May. The implementation of the “vaccine bubble” (areas that require patrons to show proof of vaccination) will allow the reopening of bars and local tours. See the other changes here and here.
Unemployed residents will get a low-interest personal loan of up to $80,000 from the government as HK’s unemployment rate hit a 17-year record high. The rate of interest is at 1%, which can be refunded after full repayment of the loan.
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Listen to live musicians perform for free at the entrance of the Xiqu Centre in West Kowloon every Thursday until the end of June.
Learn about the untold stories of the six Chinese men on board the Titanic in this new documentary film.
The Consulate General of Canada is hiring a Consular Clerk! The deadline for applications is 2 May.
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