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Hong Kong 360

Mark Hooper is the host of Hong Kong 360, a Radio Lantau interview-based talk show featuring voices of Hong Kong opinion leaders. The show is a platform to discuss and spotlight Hong Kong politics, arts, culture and current events, with those interesting people/characters participating in Hong Kong’s vibrant city scene.

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This week we talk with Robert Bauer, who is Honorary Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Hong Kong. Bauer came to Asia in 1973 to study Mandarin Chinese at the Stanford Center at the National Taiwan University in Taipei. He has lived continuously in Hong Kong since 1997, and for 11 and-a-half years taught sociolinguistics and contrastive phonologies of Cantonese, Putonghua, and English. In 2014, Hong Kong’s Education Department stated on its website that Cantonese was not an official language of Hong Kong, which drew the ire of Hong Kong residents. Bauer is a fierce supporter of Cantonese and warns that the language will lose currency unless something is done to protect, promote and keep it relevant.

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Prof. Robert Bauer

Please tune in to Hong Kong 360 Thursday night at 7 PM on http://radiolantau.com and archived soon thereafter.

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This week we talk with Benjamin Quinlan. Quinlan is the CEO and Managing Partner of Quinlan & Associates, and has an extensive track record advising many of the world’s leading multinational companies, financial services organisations, SMEs and start-ups on a variety of high-profile strategic engagements. In addition to that, he is carving out an alternate career as a professional stand-up comedian. He is performing on June 16 and 17 at the Take-Out Comedy Club in Soho in Hong Kong. His comedy material derives from his life as a keen observer of Hong Kong and the world in which he lives.

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Benjamin Quinlan

Please tune in to Hong Kong 360 Thursday night at 7 PM on http://radiolantau.com and archived soon thereafter.

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This week we talk with Harminder Singh, a Hong Kong-based journalist writing for the South China Morning Post. He’s written on a variety of issues, including the Muslim community and asylum seekers in Hong Kong, big data, among other things. He spends his free time reading about politics, geo-politics and history. Singh was previously with ATV as a news anchor and host of Newsline. Today he discusses a variety of topics related to events in Hong Kong and in Asia.

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Please tune in to Hong Kong 360 Thursday night at 7 PM on http://radiolantau.com and archived a few days later.

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