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Chief Executive's remarks embarrassing   Listenfacebook
The chairman of the Hong Kong Journalists Association says the Chief Executive Carrie Lam has embarrassed Hong Kong by saying that answering reporters’ questions in English after she has responded to them in Chinese was a waste of time. Chris Yeung said Hong Kong often claims to be an international city and stresses the importance of the use of English in society. He said Lam should also realise that not everyone in the territory can read or understand Chinese, and would like to hear directly from her what she has to say. Yeung said the Chief Executive’s Office did go into damage control after she had made the remarks but he told Jim Gould that the damage has already been done:
Carrie Lam appears to be preempting task force's work: concern group  Listenfacebook
An urban planning concern group says the Chief Executive Carrie Lam appears to be preempting the public consultation by the land supply task force by suggesting that reclamation could boost the land supply. Brian Wong from the Liber Research Community said the task force has yet to come up with suggestions on how to do this. He spoke to Annemarie Evans:
Relief over finding of group in cave in Thailand  Listenfacebook
RTHK’s Bangkok correspondent Larry Jagan says it is difficult to describe the amount of relief among the people in Thailand over the 12 boys and their football coach who have been found alive in a flooded cave complex. They went missing nine days ago and have been trapped deep inside the cave. The authorities have indicated that it may be a long time before they can bring the group to safety. Jagan spoke to Annemarie Evans: