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"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.
 
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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…
 
Travellers on Monday said they were happy with the full border reopening with the mainland, as they anxiously waited for the first northbound trains to start their journeys. The authorities relaxed all travel restrictions on Monday, when travel quotas were eliminated, PCR tests for most scrapped, and all road and train checkpoints reopened. Instead…
 
Chief Executive John Lee has said he's looking forward to building stronger ties between Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia, as officials launched negotiations in Riyadh on an agreement to promote investment between the two territories. At the end of the first full day his visit to Saudi Arabia, the SAR leader said the two governments were discussing a num…
 
Police say they’ve seized servers containing intimate pictures and private information on more than 500 people around the world as part of a major international operation against hacking. Officers say none of the victims were in Hong Kong and the suspected perpetrators are also outside the SAR, but that the case underlines the increasing risk of ma…
 
Nine people were missing on Sunday after a fishing boat capsized off the southwest coast of South Korea, authorities said, with the country's president urging stepped-up search and rescue efforts. The fishing boat overturned just before midnight on Saturday, with three crew members picked up by a passing ship, the coast guard said. Coast guard ship…
 
Pakistani former President Pervez Musharraf died on Sunday following a prolonged illness at a hospital in Dubai, after years in self-imposed exile. Pakistan's military and the country's mission in the United Arab Emirates announced the death of the former army chief, 79, who was pushed from power in 2008. "I can confirm that he passed away this mor…
 
Airport Authority CEO Fred Lam on Sunday said a government plan to hand out free flight tickets will offer a much-needed boost to the stricken aviation industry, but he also said the sector would need up to two years to get back to pre-pandemic levels. His comments came days after Chief Executive John Lee unveiled a global promotional drive to attr…
 
Chief Executive John Lee said he hopes to reach a "substantial" number of agreements during his trip to the Middle East, including getting Saudi Arabian oil giant Aramco to list in Hong Kong. Speaking after arriving in Riyadh as head of a government and business delegation, Lee said he was glad to be received at the airport by Saudi as well as Chin…
 
President Biden said the United States shot down a Chinese balloon as it floated off the country's southeastern coast on Saturday. Earlier the US government had ordered a halt to flights around the South Carolina coast due to what it called an undisclosed "national security effort." China had earlier expressed regret that an "airship" used for civi…
 
Chief Executive John Lee has vowed to seize on business opportunities for Hong Kong during his trip to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and to broaden the city's economic and trade cooperation with the region. Lee left for the Middle East on Saturday, taking with him several of his top officials and more than 30 industry leaders. His dele…
 
The Secretary for Culture, Kevin Yeung, on Saturday said it will take some time before Hong Kong sees a surge in tourist numbers, and cautioned that their consumption patterns might have changed since the pandemic. He was speaking a day after authorities announced the full reopening of the border with the mainland from Monday, with no more limits t…
 
Housing Secretary Winnie Ho on Saturday dismissed the idea of holding consultations before picking plots for light public housing. The government recently announced that eight plots have been identified for the construction of 30.000 light public flats – but the plot in Kai Tak has received strong opposition from lawmakers and residents, who say th…
 
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has postponed his planned trip to China following the discovery of a high-altitude Chinese balloon flying over the western United States, a senior State Department official said on Friday, adding that Blinken would seek to travel to China "when conditions allow." China earlier expressed regret that what it calle…
 
On today’s show we’ll be starting with a game of What’s that Animal. Where you have to guess the animal sound I’ll be playing, hint, today might be a bit easy. Then we’re joined on the Sunday Stage by students just like you. After that we’re exploring ...Di Radio Television Hong Kong
 
The first thing up on today's show is a trip back in time. As we learn a little bit about the history of Medicine. Then we’ll be joined on The Sunday Stage by students just like you. After that we’ll continue our medical journey on Fun Facts. And final...Di Radio Television Hong Kong
 
I’ve got an exciting show lined up for you today, starting with a bit of What’s that animal, where you’ll have to guess the animal sound I’m playing. After that, we’ll have some fun on The Sunday Stage. Then we’ll be learning a bit about food on Fun Sc...Di Radio Television Hong Kong
 
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