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Video-Ethereal earthenware

Ethereal earthenware:The Museum of History is holding an exhibition on the ancient funerary pottery of Guangxi until September 15.

Future talent

Future talent:Secretary for Home Affairs Tsang Tak-sing meets Hong Kong athletes at the 12th National Student Sports Games in Shanghai on July 28.

Video-Charged up

Charged up:One-hundred new medium chargers for electric vehicles will be available from August 1.

Video-Rational dialogue

Rational dialogue:Chief Secretary Carrie Lam speaks to the media after meeting Occupy Central organisers on July 29.

Traditional treat

Traditional treat:The winner of a Hong Kong style milk tea competition offers free cups of the local specialty at Central Market on July 29.

Legal means

Legal means:Addressing reporters before the July 29 Executive Council meeting, Chief Executive CY Leung notes that he and other Government officials do not condone unlawful protest behaviour.

Classic melodrama

Classic melodrama:The Hong Kong Film Archive series 100 Must-See Hong Kong Movies presents six classic melodramas in August, including Should They Marry?

Roping them in

Roping them in:The World Rope Skipping Championships & Youth Tournament 2014 is underway at the Hong Kong Coliseum and the MacPherson Stadium, and runs from July 28 to August 3.

Funerary pottery of Guangxi on display

An exhibition at the Hong Kong Museum of History - “Assimilation into Han Culture: The Ancient Funerary Pottery of Guangxi”, reveals much about the dwellings and how people lived more than 2,000 years ago.

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Taichung Intercity forum to be held

The Hong Kong Economic, Trade & Cultural Office (Taiwan) and the Taichung City Government will hold an intercity forum on July 31 to promote exchanges between the two cities.

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TS Tsang backs student athletes

Secretary for Home Affairs Tsang Tak-sing is in Shanghai supporting the Hong Kong delegation in the 12th National Student Sports Games.

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Lawful protest urged

Chief Executive CY Leung says he and other Government officials do not condone unlawful protest behaviour.

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Bin disruption plan: CS

Chief Secretary Carrie Lam has met with Occupy Central organisers and told them the Government disagrees with their planned protest action and urges them to scrap the idea.

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