🌊 RTHK plans to delete old content
3.5.21 | How can you go beyond death?
Cyril messaged The Flying Pan interested in buying some of its furniture and they recognised him from the eulogy he wrote:
How sweet is that? If you’d like to buy some memorabilia (and leftover liquor) from the place, you can send them a message on Facebook.
A record high of 113,000 people got tested for COVID-19 on Saturday. Many of those were domestic helpers who are under a government order to get tested by 9 May.
RTHK plans to delete content on its YouTube and Facebook accounts that are more than a year old. Online viewers are reportedly working to archive many of the broadcaster’s programs that will soon be removed.'
Singapore-Hong Kong travel bubble flights are fully booked for the first two weeks. Starting on 26 May, the travel bubble mainly attracted business travellers and those wishing to visit relatives.
Inspired by her study from last August which found that 7% of surveyed professional musicians became homeless or evicted during the pandemic, Chris B of The Underground founded the Musicians Foundation to help those affected.
Listen to a night of classic music with Ponte Orchestra’s concert, Beyond Death, taking place on the night of 15 May.
“Death means you cannot [help others] anymore, but life can be continued because what you have done can be passed on.”
— Alan Tsang, Baritone Solo
This evening, the Polish Consulate will be holding a digital reception for the 230th anniversary of the 3 May Constitution.
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