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This is a part of town undergoing steady renewal with great photo-opps and sudden deals/ photo: Vijay Verghese TIME was when swindled tourists would camp outside Hong Kong camera stores waving placards and demanding justice – while bored shop attendants picked their teeth – much to the amusement of passersby and newspaper reporters.
Nowadays, with the city on the move and jackhammers everywhere, there’s no space for shopper vigilantes and, fortunately, less need, though the city’s jean-clad cognoscenti did arise to protest over a Tsimshatsui store that disallowed locals from snapping their cameras in the vicinity while big-spending overseas visitors were free to shoot.
He can only hope for the coming years to be kinder to him and his family.‘Musmos’, produced by ABS CBN News This documentary exposes the grim reality of child labour in Philippines.
Instead of focusing on their studies or playing like others their age, some children are forced to work to help their parents put food on the table.
It is given each year to the best programme on children’s rights produced in the Asia-Pacific region.“There are a thousand stories about children rights: the threats and risks to which some children are exposed and the ways they can be overcome so that each child can grow to her or his full potential,” Christopher de Bono, Regional Chief of Communication for UNICEF East Asia and Pacific, said.