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Carrie Lam to talk to public via Facebook Live Listen
Chief Executive, Carrie Lam, is inviting people to talk to her via Facebook Live on Friday. A post on her Facebook page stated she was interested in finding out what the public would like to see in her next policy address. But given current controversies, such as the land supply debate and a proposed ban on Chan Ho-tin's pro-independence Hong Kong National Party, could the live stream end up being a public relations crisis? Ben Tse asked Professor Ma Ngok, a politics expert from the Chinese University, whether he expects the Facebook Live to draw a lot of criticism:
Summit scheduled for leaders of two Koreas Listen
The South Korean government says a summit between President Moon Jae-in and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, will be held in Pyongyang next month. It will be the third meeting between the two leaders this year, and the first visit by a South Korean president to the North's capital for more than a decade. The announcement follows high-level talks between the two countries. Jim Gould asked RTHK’s Seoul correspondent, Frank Smith, what could be expected from the meeting between the two leaders: