Quotes of The Week
with Alex Lo
The dog couldn't find it and the officer also forgot which bag he put it in. If by some chance a passenger finds it in their suitcase, we're asking them to return it.
A Japanese customs office spokesman, explaining how an officer at Narita airport, Tokyo, stuffed 142 grams of cannabis worth 1 million yen (HK$74,300) into a Hong Kong passenger's luggage coming off an overseas flight to train a sniffer dog, which failed to detect it. The drug has since been retrieved
It is not necessary that she know the company's operations in detail; she is a figurehead and she is respectable.
A source close to developer Sun Hung Kai Properties, explaining why family matriarch Kwong Siu-hing, 79, is up to the job of company chairman after eldest son Walter Kwok Ping-sheung was ousted from the post and as chief executive amid a family feud
They are not being nice to the Dalai Lama, who is a good friend of mine. Then the earthquake and all this stuff happened, and I thought: 'Is that karma, when you're not nice, that the bad things happen to you?'
Hollywood star Sharon Stone, who has now apologised for her remarks that led sponsor Christian Dior to pull all her ads from the mainland
This is not an appropriate question to ask. I don't need to answer you.
TVB deputy chairman Norman Leung Nai-pang, after a shareholder asked about the possible sale of a controlling stake owned by chairman Sir Run Run Shaw in Shaw Brothers (Hong Kong), which controls the broadcaster