Should Mandarin replace Cantonese in Hong Kong? No, says Carrie Lam

Hong Kong’s leader on Thursday dismissed a controversy over the use of Mandarin in public schools and whether Cantonese could be considered the city’s mother tongue as a “non-issue”, telling legislators her administration had no plan to change its …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Hong Kong plugs into China’s high-speed rail netwo...
views 4
But democracy campaigners in Hong Kong have attack...
Week In Review: WuXi AppTec Files For $1 Billion+ ...
views 18
WuXi AppTec (SHA:603259) has filed for a Hong Kong...
All aboard: Hong Kong bullet train signals high-sp...
views 19
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong’s controversial bu...
Hong Kong’s bullet train to China opens desp...
views 23
The new high-speed railway will travel at 200 kph ...
Hong Kong express rail link launches amid controve...
views 25
A high-speed rail link has been launched in Hong K...
Hong Kong Property Developers Sell Low on Rate Hik...
views 26
Property developers are cutting prices in Hong Kon...
Hong Kong opens high-speed rail link with mainland...
views 24
Hong Kong on Saturday opened a new high-speed rail...
Hong Kong-born Canadian small business minister Ma...
views 26
Canada aims to boost exports to mainland China and...
Review: Hong Kong Airlines Business Class A330 Hon...
views 26
Many of the listings that appear on MonkeyMiles ar...
Hong Kong dollar posts biggest increase against US...
views 28
The Hong Kong dollar on Friday posted its biggest ...