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Meeting between leaders significant for peace on Korean peninsula: correspondent Listen
RTHK’s Seoul correspondent Frank Smith says he believes the meeting between the leaders of China and North Korea in Beijing, is a significant development in terms of achieving peace on the Korean Peninsula. He said the various sides could breathe a bit easier now compared with last year when there were fears of a war breaking out there. But Smith also told Annemarie Evans that Pyongyang may not be able to achieve the withdrawal of American troops from South Korea:
Government accused of not doing enough to preserve bird-watching site Listen
Two fires at Nam Sang Wai earlier this month have prompted lawmakers to call on the government to take control of the bird-watching site in Yuen Long through land resumption or a swap. But the Environment Secretary Wong Kam-sing rejected the idea. He told the legislators that the damage was not too bad, based on the immediate assessment by the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department. Land Justice League lawmaker Eddie Chu told Jim Gould that the government was just not doing enough to preserve the area: