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Government's attitude towards tree management questioned Listen
The Chief Executive of the Conservancy Association, Ken So, says he's concerned that hundreds of Hong Kong's iconic stone-wall banyans could face the same fate as two trees felled on Bonham Road on Sunday. The government's Tree Management Office said safety concerns meant the trees had to go. But So questioned this and the government's attitude towards the management of trees. He spoke to Annemarie Evans:
China's satellite blasts towards the moon Listen
China's national space administration says it has successfully launched a satellite which it hopes will play a key part in a future mission to the dark side of the moon. The China National Space Administration said the satellite was blasted into space from the southwestern Xichang launch centre in the pre-dawn hours. It split from its carrier, a Long March-4C rocket, after 25 minutes and unfolded its solar panels and communication antennas, as it headed towards its destination. The editor of UK-based Spaceflight Magazine, David Baker, spoke to Annemarie Evans: