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21. Dreams come true on the Music Street

Stephanie Lam Ka-bo. The Young Reporter (2004, February), 36(05), pp. 10.

... messages through her music. “During SARS, I always hope...


22. Insurance companies reject Chinese medical claims

Fred Lai Cheuk-yin. The Young Reporter (2004, May), 36(08), pp. 1.

... in Chinese medicine after the SARS incident. But he...


23. Chop chop, and trees fall down Green group calls attention to chopsticks hazard

Dawning Leung Hoi-ching. The Young Reporter (2006, March), 38(06), pp. 1.

... many,” she said. After the SARS crisis, many Hong...


24. [PEOPLE] Beating all odds with positivity Bouncing back from ordeals to live a positive life

Celia Lai. The Young Reporter (2016, October), 49(01), pp. 28, 29.

... deficit after SARS. “Meanwhile there was a generous...


25. Shoe-shiners' trade fast losing lustre

Cindy Chan Sin-ying, Josh Mei Si-meng. The Young Reporter (2007, May), 39(08), pp. 10.

... desirable employment in town. When SARS hit (in 2003), we...


26. Hong Kong SMEs struggle in the financial tsunami

Andrea Wong Wai-man. The Young Reporter (2008, December), 41(03), pp. 5.

... tragedy, struggled on even in the tough time of SARS...


27. [ENVIRONMENT] Demand for qualified eco tour guides rises

Vivian Chui. The Young Reporter (2010, February), 42(05), pp. 5.

... [trend] is especially obvious after the SARS. People...


28. Parallel traders

The Young Reporter (2012, March), 45(04), pp. 22, 23.

... just been badly hit by the deadly SARS outbreak. Ten...


29. Mark Deduction Scheme scores low

Olivia Wong Wing-che. The Young Reporter (2004, November), 37(02), pp. 4.

...The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS...


30. To Snatch or to Serve

Diamond Cheng Hei-suen. The Young Reporter (2005, February), 37(05), pp. 11.

... slump after SARS epidemic. Many still cannot enjoy...


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