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Comments Print Mail Large Medium SmallLEUNG CHUNYING, chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, said in a recent conference that he would continue discussing with the central authorities whether to limit personal trips from the mainland to Hong Kong. This has intensified the feelings of some irrational mainland tourists, with some radical ones tearing up their travel documents and posting the photos online as a protest. Comments:Hong Kong faces a dilemma. On the one hand, some residents hope to limit the number of mainland tourists because of the improper behavior of some. On the other hand, its local economy depends, to a large extent, upon the consumption of these tourists. It is really a hard choice for the leaders of the Hong Kong SAR.National Business Daily, Feb 288.03KHot Words新型亚洲安全观(xin xing ya zhou an quan guan)China and JapanBaby princeFerry disasterBig BeijingMalaysian flightCrimeaAnti-corruptionSmogSex educationPhotoBeijing steps up security for two sessionsOwners and pets enjoy reunionsPrince William attends the opening of Great Festival of CreativityHan-style Chinese beauties at CambridgeChinas interest rate adjustments beteen 2008 and 2015Prince William visits Forbidden CityChinaBusinessRegionalWorldSportsOwners and pets enjoy reunionsSands bucket challenge for better environmentNumber of pilots rises, but more are neededClubs go on a record transfer shopping spreeSecond cruise ship to set sail for SanshaClearing the air about pollutionSea levels 2nd highest on recordPolice in the capital break big gun caseCircuit court begins hearing first appealsLake water cleanup a work in progressReserve to protect rare finless porpoisesArtist draws on rich past, folklore of Grand CanalNo more plastic in Samsungs new phonesHuawei CEO presents new products at MWC2015Alibaba faces fine in Taiwan over registration dataChinese railway suppliers on fast track to world marketLocal govt financing vehicles bond sales at 3-year lowMore Chinese banks in setting the global gold priceMiddle class buying power fails to grow in ChinaBritish retailer Marks & Spencer to focus on first-tier citiesReport calls for indirect tax cutInterest rate cut a boon to large-city developersAlibaba in trouble in TaiwanAlibaba offers big data service to local governmentsThe old man and Manchurian paper-cutting2015 Beijing Happy New YearFight far from overHefei-Fuzhou high-speed railway set to openJilin establishes a new super pilot zoneGolden pineapples ready for marketTaiwan treatments help Xiamen crawling girl stand upInnovation gears up industrial development in FuzhouShanxi museum holding exchanges with Russian museumWhat does Spring Festival mean to you?Chengdu makes its mark on the tourist mapTraditional pastry brings a touch of color to Pingyao Spring FestivalFifth coin portrait of Queen Elizabeth II unveiledPrince William launches China-UK cultural yearChina says loans to Sri Lanka based on consensusThe British royal family and its China connectionsIndian Festival of Colors celebratedDPRK denounces US-ROK joint military drillsChinese political advisor warns of Japans military expansionRio de Janeiros 450th anniversary marked by celebrationsDPRK fires missiles as war games startHunt for MH370 jet may be called offRare objects stolen from Fontainebleau palaceDPRK may remove Ebola quarantine measuresHardens 33 points leads Rockets over Cavs 105-103Monkey king, angel and superwoman at Beijings naked run raceHardens 33 points leads Rockets over Cavs 105-103League Cup: Chelsea beats Spurs for 1st title win in 3 yearsProwling Panthers add JagrLundqvists pain in the neck not slowing RangersRibeiro reborn in lead role with PredsStylish Tarasenko blossoming into stardom with BluesKanes commonality a hit with home fansCosta sets unpolished tone for MourinhoSchools target LeBrons kidBeijing beat Guangdong to lead 2-0 in CBA semifinalsTodays Top NewsAir pollution tops public concerns for “the upcoming two sessions”Nations tough new law hits 350 pollutersNasdaq ends above 5,000 on downbeat data, China rate cutChina to hold military parade
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