No.5  October, 2012  
  A record 1.83 million voters turned up to vote for the Fifth Legislative Council.Fifth Legislative Council Election

A record 1.83 million voters (53% of 3.4 million registered voters) had turned up to vote on 9 September to elect the fifth Legislative Council (LegCo) since Hong Kong’s return to Chinese sovereignty 15 years ago.

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  For the first time, Hong Kong House in Sydney throws open its doors for one day only as part of Sydney Open  - a biennial event that explores the architectural and heritage heart of the city - on Sunday 4 November!'Open' and read about Hong Kong House!

The building that is now known as Hong Kong House has played an important part in the history and development of Sydney City since the 1890s. And it’s because of this significant role that the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office have commissioned a coffee table book to highlight previously unknown information about the building and to feature archival photos and plans that are normally buried in heritage photo lockers.

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  Hong Kong handled 24.4 million TEUs in 2011, making it one of the world’s busiest container ports.Green shipping - incentive for using cleaner fuel in Hong Kong waters

Ocean going vessels are now eligible for a 50 per cent reduction in port facility and light dues if they switch to cleaner fuel while berthing in Hong Kong waters.

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  Hong Kong remains the world's freest economy. Hong Kong leads on many levels!

Hong Kong remains the world’s freest economy, according to the findings of the Economic Freedom of the World: 2012 Annual Report. The report is co-published by Washington-based Cato Institute, Canada’s Fraser Institute and think tanks around the world and ranks Hong Kong as the best out of 144 countries and economies.

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