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THE LIFE OF A MALE PROSTITUTE

When Daniel, 33, decided to explore the gay world in 2000, he never thought he would eventually enter the oldest profession of mankind - prostitution. The medium-built and sun-tanned young man from Anhui province asked to be identified only by his first name and declined any photos, but he spoke candidly about his life as a sex worker, offering a rare glimpse into a common subculture that is being overlooked in modern society.

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HONG KONG PEOPLE LOVE LKY’S HOUSING POLICY

Whilst Lee has retired for many years, the credit for Singapore’s achievements today should still go to him and the first generation of Singaporean political leaders. In recent years, many Hong Kong citizens like to compare Hong Kong with Singapore, because they find their country lagging behind of Singapore in many areas, and are therefore unsatisfied.

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HK ACTRESS STRIPPED FOR DIRECTOR TO GET ROLE

Former Miss Hong Kong 2009 contestant Candy Yuen recently made headlines after nude footage of her in her latest film "The Gigolo" was leaked. The 30-year-old actress is hoping that she can make a name for herself with this film, reported DramaNewsNetwork.

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HK LAWYER: PINOY MAIDS SEDUCE MEN, WRECK MARRIAGES

A senior Hong Kong politician is under fire after she accused some Filipina domestic helpers of seducing their male employers, in comments branded "racist" and "offensive" by critics. There are 300,000 maids in Hong Kong, mostly from the Philippines and Indonesia, with concern growing among rights groups over their welfare following a string of abuse cases. But lawmaker Regina Ip, a close adviser to the city's leader Leung Chun Ying and tipped as a future chief executive, cast the maids as marriage wreckers.

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KIM JONG UN DISRUPTS LEE KUAN YEW FUNERAL BROADCAST IN HONGKONG

The sombre mood at a Hong Kong viewing of the live broadcast of Lee Kuan Yew's state funeral yesterday was momentarily broken by a Kim Jong-un impersonator and activist. Shouts of "crazy" and "get out" broke out from the crowd as security guards ushered the man away after he took the stage at Central Plaza and called Singapore's founding prime minister "the world's greatest dictator" and cried out, satirically, "long live one-party rule in Singapore".

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LEE KUAN YEW: SINGAPOREANS SHOULD NEVER LOOK UP TO CHINA IN ALL RESPECTS

When asked whether his country, in which ethnic Chinese make up about three-quarters of the population, should look up to Beijing in all respects, Lee’s response was a straightforward “no”. He said China has already become conceited even before getting rich, and with its economic muscle, it will “treat you with condescension”.

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VIGIL AT HONG LIM PARK TO BACK PROTESTERS

Their candlelight vigil started at 7.30pm, with the crowd spontaneously singing Under A Vast Sky, a Cantonese song by Hong Kong rock band Beyond that has become the protest's unofficial anthem. Event organisers Jolovan Wham, 34, and Rachel Zeng, 31, said they wanted to stand in solidarity with the Hong Kong people who have taken to the streets to push for universal suffrage.

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