Quotes of The Week
'You know rock stars always get into trouble. Even I get into trouble all the time, so what can you do? If he couldn't make it, I was going to dress up like Boy George and ... be the DJ.'
Dragon-i club founder Gilbert Yeung Kei-lung, breathing a sigh of relief after the former frontman of 1980s hit band Culture Club showed up to celebrate the club's fifth anniversary party despite a pending court case in London over allegations he chained a male escort to a wall at his home
'My dream is to keep on dreaming. It is dangerous to stop dreaming.'
Cheung Kong deputy chairman Victor Li Tzar-kuoi, telling members of the Youth Outreach crisis centre about the importance of dreaming the impossible dream
'I admit I am spoiled, but I am not elitist ... Sometimes I lose my temper, forget about other people's feelings. That's why working in the public sector has helped me mature. Every time we talk about raising fares I get shouted at. That doesn't feel good, but I have to put up with it.'
Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation chairman Michael Tien Puk-sun, in an interview with Apple Daily about management philosophy and a public career
'It's better to have one thing less to worry about than one more thing to worry about.'
Hutchison Whampoa boss Canning Fok Kin-ning explaining, according to the group's public relations office, why subsidiary ParknShop reversed its 'no plastic bags' policy after just five days