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Backchat is RTHK Radio 3's current affairs programme with expert panels and listener participation. It airs every weekday from 8.30am-9.30am. Have your say by calling us on 233 88 266, Backchat's Facebook , or send us a message at backchat@rthk.hk Catch it live: Monday to Friday 8.30am - 9.30am (*except holidays) Podcast: Daily update and available after its broadcast.
 
Annemarie Evans explores Hong Kong and digs up many aspects of our social, cultural, architectural and artistic heritage. Catch it live: Saturdays 7:30am - 8:00am, first broadcast Sundays 6:15pm - 6:45pm, repeat broadcast Podcast: Weekly update and available after its first broadcast. ************************* If you would like to share your story or idea with us, please contact us at hkhradio3@gmail.com *************************
 
A fast moving and topical business and finance show bringing you breaking business and economic news and financial market updates. Presented by former CEO and investment bank global trading head Peter Lewis, with over 30 years' industry experience. Join Peter and his expert guests for analysis and discussion on the day's top business stories live every weekday morning 8 to 8:30 a.m. on RTHK Radio 3. We have a podcast to download after the show and you can also listen through the RTHK Radio 3 ...
 
TRASH TALK explains the ins and outs of recycling in Hong Kong. Don’t just throw away household items - listen to TRASH TALK and discover tips and tricks that make your trash disposal and recycling better for our planet! Join our host Marcy Trent Long every week for this thoughtful journey through Hong Kong’s world of trash.
 
It’s not just a school subject. It’s not just a tool of trade. No. It’s the language of Shakespeare, of Charles Darwin, of Andrew Lloyd Webber, of Steve Jobs, of Winston Churchill. It is the tongue shared by some of the most brilliant minds in the world. Learn it well, and you world will be a lot bigger. And you don’t even have to be born or raised in an English speaking country. With the right training, and a superhuman determination to excel, you too can speak English as expressively and e ...
 
RTHK' s The Works focuses on Hong Kong's arts and cultural scene. The Works features news and reviews of visual and performing arts, design, literary and other “ works ” . Added illumination comes from interviews with leading performers and producers, interspersed with updates on events affecting the development of the territory 's artistic and cultural life. There's also in – most weeks – a live studio performance. The Works is aired on RTHK 31 every Saturday at 16:00. We're on Facebook htt ...
 
"The Sunday Smile" is a new English-language radio programme for primary school children. It gives a unique opportunity for children and parents to practice their English together. Starting from 14 December every Sunday morning from 9:00am to 9:30am, the show will feature fun educational segments, competitions with prizes, cool music, and contemporary stories.
 
To mark the 20th anniversary of the handover, Anna Fenton returns with a new 12-part series entitled "20 Years On". A lot has happened since the summer of 1997, and each Sunday at 8.30am she'll recall the events that have shaped Hong Kong since that memorable night when last governor Chris Patten sailed away in the pouring rain on the Royal Yacht Britannia. Produced by Phil Whelan.
 
New York Times best selling author Paul French reads his four part story “Strangers on The Praia” adapted from real life accounts of Jewish refugees who made their way to neutral Macau during World War Two. Paul originally published this as a short story in the Hong Kong literary journal “Cha”, and has expanded and recorded it especially for Morning Brew. Produced by Phil Whelan.
 
Strap in every Saturday morning from 9am until 1pm for a freshly squeezed serving of The Juice with Judd Boaz. Featuring special guests, top tunes and hilarious segments, you're guaranteed to get your morning started off right with The Juice! Tune in every hour for our special segments: The Sport Report with Danny Hicks The Kongmunity Calendar with Travvy J Cruzanne Macalister's Audio Column Formula 1 with Jeff Heselwood
 
This and every Saturday morning at 8:30, join Peter Lewis for Money Talk Xtra, a programme about personal finance, about investing, and about entrepreneurship. Each week Peter and his team delve into issues relating to your money, your investments, and your finances, with expert guests to answer your questions. He'll look at some of those life changing events that can impact your personal financial situation, talk about investment, and discuss topical issues. If you have any questions or hav ...
 
Packed full of entertainment "The 1 2 3 Show" is the perfect companion for your lunchtime! From current affairs to music features, you can expect the most up to date info and what's happening around you in Hong Kong. Join me Noreen Mir, every Monday to Friday, from 1:15- 3pm. "The 1 2 3 Show", on Radio 3.
 
If “ Hong Kong Connection ” were a tree, how old would it be? It was on 5 March, 1978 that the documentary series first went on the air in Chinese. As the series continues, its staff are determined to go on uncovering and delving into every local and international topic that concerns the people in Hong Kong, whether it be political, economic, educational, commercial, environmental or technological. A tree plays an important environmental role in refreshing the air that we breathe and holding ...
 
New York Times best selling author Paul French reads a new four-part adaptation (for Morning Brew) of his 'Post Magazine' article; 'The Lady from Hong Kong – the best Hollywood movie of the 1940s never made'. It’s a tale of a woman who called herself Seto Gin, and arrived in San Francisco from Hong Kong in January 1939 with several dozen tins of opium hidden in her luggage. Her story, and why she took the risk to smuggle so much dope into America is the story of 'The Lady from Hong Kong'.
 
Welcome to the Teen Time page on RTHK Radio 3! Don't miss these features: 'BackStage' - Alyson brings us a daily celebrity interview. 'Artist Profile' - Simon Willson introduces us to a popular artist/ band. 'SongBite' - We break down the lyrics behind one of your favourite songs. 'Question of the Week' - A special prize up for grabs every week! 'Request' - SMS us on 61343053 or email us to teentime@rthk.hk ! And: Monday - 'StyleFyle' - Jennifer Su brings us her guidelines to fashion and tre ...
 
For over a hundred and sixty years, Chinese had traveled across the ocean to help open up the west coast of the United States and Canada. Chinese immigrants looking for a better life in North America had to pay the price of countless heartbreaks and humiliation; of having their dreams of gold shattered, their lives sacrificed on the railroad. Scattered like seeds on foreign soil, they had to struggle hard to take root, braving hostility, discrimination, and inequality. Having shed blood, swe ...
 
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Beijing will offer emergency humanitarian aid of 30 million yuan to earthquake-hit Syria, Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Mao Ning, told a regular news briefing on Wednesday. Mao said nearly half of the emergency aid would be used for urgently-needed relief supplies, adding that existing food aid projects would be sped up. Beijing has already commit…
 
Cross-border secondary school students on Wednesday said they are happy yet nervous to be back in Hong Kong for face-to-face classes, after three years of online learning. Secondary school pupils living across the border are the first batch of students to officially resume in-person learning in the SAR, two days after the full resumption of travel …
 
US President Joe Biden vowed he would not hesitate to defend his country’s interests against Beijing after he ordered the downing of what the US suspects is a Chinese surveillance balloon but, delivering his State of the Union address, kept the door open to cooperation. In the annual speech to assembled lawmakers on Tuesday, Biden said: “I'm commit…
 
The government's funding bid for building light public flats cleared its first hurdle in the legislature on Wednesday. The administration is asking for almost HK$15 billion to build the first 17,000 of 30,000 flats planned at eight sites across the territory. All but one lawmaker present at a public works subcommittee meeting supported the applicat…
 
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Tuesday very strong jobs data released last week simply affirms that the central bank has some way to go on raising rates. When it comes to Friday's release of the January jobs data, “we didn’t expect it to be this strong,” Powell said. While declining to say whether knowing about the vigour of the data w…
 
Chief Executive John Lee on Tuesday described Hong Kong as a one-stop shop for providing services to Belt and Road ventures, as he began a visit to the United Arab Emirates to promote the SAR. Lee told a business forum in the country's capital Abu Dhabi that the UAE-Hong Kong Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement, which went into force near…
 
The government's plan to build light public housing flats that can help 100,000 people is worth supporting, Acting Chief Executive Eric Chan said on Tuesday. Officials have earmarked eight plots for the construction of 30,000 temporary homes. The government's selection of Kai Tak as one of the sites has drawn some objections. Some 20 Kai Tak reside…
 
Acting Chief Executive Eric Chan on Tuesday said the government will discuss with mainland authorities on doing away with the requirement for travellers heading north to declare their health status. Officials lifted travel restrictions on Monday and reopened all border checkpoints between Hong Kong and the mainland, with travel quotas eliminated an…
 
Chief Executive John Lee, who is visiting Saudi Arabia, has said Hong Kong is now “wide open” for tourists and businesses. He told a technology exhibition in the country’s capital Riyadh on Monday that the SAR no longer has any Covid restrictions. “While Hong Kong has been troubled for three years by Covid-19, we have already opened ourselves up to…
 
Hong Kong on Monday welcomed its first tour group from the mainland in three years with 15 visitors arriving on the express rail line from Guangzhou. The group were given gift packs from Hong Kong Disneyland before their visit to the theme park later in the day. With free time pencilled in for Tuesday, their travel agent suggested they go to the M+…
 
The tourism and retail sectors said on Monday that while they are hopeful that business will slowly pick up with the full reopening of the border with the mainland, their pace of recovery may be undermined by a shortage of manpower. Speaking on an RTHK programme, Sara Leung, chairwoman of the Hong Kong Tourism Industry Employees General Union, said…
 
Beijing on Monday urged Washington not to escalate tension or take further action to harm the nation's interests in response to the shooting down of an unmanned civilian Chinese airship that entered US airspace unintentionally. "China firmly opposes and strongly protests against this," Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng said in remarks to the US embass…
 
At least 284 people have died in Turkey, Vice President Fuat Oktay said on Monday, in a 7.8-magnitude earthquake that hit the country, one of the largest to strike Turkey in at least a century. In neighbouring Syria, at least 386 people were killed as buildings collapsed after the tremor, state media and a medical source said. The quake killed at l…
 
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