Lee Ching-yu the wife of a Taiwanese human rights activist detained by Beijing for more than a month without charge says she will seek support in the United States and the European....
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Former chief executive Tung Chee- hwa's think tank yesterday proposed massive reclamation of almost 3,500 hectares of land to solve Hong Kong's land shortage problem .
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