PUBLISHED : Sunday, 03 September, 1995, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 03 September, 1995, 12:00am

'I will follow with interest the development of Hong Kong and come back . . . there's no doubt there will be ups and downs. But it will go on being a great success' - Sir Hamish Macleod bidding farewell to the territory 'It's not that we don't want to better co-ordinate [the traffic], but that it's God's will' - Assistant Commissioner for Transport Alan Lui Sung-yee presiding over traffic chaos brought on by Typhoon Kent 'We'll never forget. And we'll never forget the Japanese' - Anne Keswick, whose father died in a prisoner of war camp before the liberation of Hong Kong 50 years ago this week