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Does anyone have a better plan for processing 100,000 daily railway passengers at the border?

  • Sun, 13 Aug 2017 10:44
As I watched the interminable arm-wrestling between supporters and opponents of co-location arrangements for immigration and customs checks on the high speed trains to the Mainland, I am reminded of those long university nights spent decades ago wrestling with the “ontological argument”. For those of you lucky enough to avoid this torture, the ontological argument has over the centuries been waged in efforts to prove the existence of God. It was apparently first engaged by Anselm of... South China Morning Post - Hong Kong feed

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