FAT'S IN FIRE ON PIG SUPPLY AMID PROTESTS

Many weeks have passed since Secretary for Food and Health Sophia Chan Siu-chee announced she had been communicating with the mainland, with a view to supplying more pigs to Hong Kong. I have no doubt Chan tried her best, but her efforts apparently haven't been as successful as wished for. Supplies...

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