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    • 《News & Liberal Studies 2015》

      News & Liberal Studies 2015 is a carefully selected collection of news stories that are helpfully sorted into the six Liberal Studies categories. Each story is accompanied by comprehension exercises and additional facts to aid in understanding and group discussion. To equip readers with a well-rounded knowledge of current global affairs, we have also compiled a LS Pop Quiz on some of the important events of the past year as well as quotes from influential international public figures.

  • Personal Development & Interpersonal Relationships
    Hong Kong Today
    Modern China
    Globalisation
    Public Health
    Energy Technology & the Environment

    Personal Development & Interpersonal Relationships
    Youths rated not mature enough 6
    HK grads should be global citizens 8
    Former CE starts youth think tank 10
    Hong Kong falls in English rankings 12
    Canadian school bans homework 14

    Hong Kong Today
    Liberal Studies revision proposed 16
    Democracy ranks fourth in poll 18
    Bright picture as HKTV launches 20
    209 arrested at Admiralty site 22
    Chinese worker cooks rice at HK airport 24

    Modern China
    Millions on streets for countdown 26
    Shoppers cross border for CNY 28
    Milk smuggler jailed for 2 months 30
    Beijing promises to tackle smog 32
    Happy 100th day to baby pandas 34

    Globalisation
    Indian orbiter reaches red planet 36
    Court to decide nonhuman rights 38
    An honour for two neighbours 40
    Gunmen storm Paris magazine office 42
    Trio make record-breaking trip 44

    Public Health
    Liver transplanted for second time 46
    HA defends Ebola case procedures 48
    Calls for tax hike to cut smoking 50
    Fat chance of healthy kids’ meals 52
    Poo pills to fight diarrhoea 54

    Energy Technology & the Environment
    Red light alert on glow sticks 56
    Shock as power pair slammed 58
    Solar-powered plane takes off 60
    Author wants Japan nuclear-free 62
    Young footballers run for their light 64