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  1. Pension specialist has no plans to put his feet up

    Posted May 03rd 2010, 12:00am by Enoch Yiu

    ... Enoch Yiu 'Raise a child to prepare for your old age' is an old Chinese saying, but for Principal Financial Group's Asia president, Rex Auyeung Pak-kuen, it is an adage that holds little sway. And that's not only because the 58-year-ol ...

  2. Shopkeepers slowly getting back on their feet in Lhasa

    Posted Mar 02nd 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Staff Reporter in Lhasa The heavy presence of armed forces in the once-tranquil ancient city of Lhasa may have stirred rancour among some Tibetan residents, but Han Chinese and Hui Muslims have welcomed them with open arms. Slowly but surely, long-absent ...

  3. Hong Kong Marathon has world at its feet

    Posted Feb 12th 2004, 12:00am by Alvin Sallay

    ... Alvin Sallay Staggered starts could lure 40,000, says runner who finished third in New York The Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon could grow to 40,000 runners if organisers use more than three staggered starts, says former New York Marathon placegette ...

  4. Thanks to you, she's back on her feet

    Posted Jul 04th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Kevin Huang Donations exceed $375,000 for teen injured while escaping prostitution gang The 19-year-old woman from Hubei who broke her back while trying to escape from a prostitution gang in Guangzhou stood unaided yesterday, 10 days after surgery. After ...

  5. Policewoman run off her feet in undercover sex sting

    Posted Nov 24th 2004, 12:00am by Clifford Lo

    ... Clifford Lo A policewoman who posed as a prostitute in Yuen Long yesterday told how she was propositioned for sex within two minutes of hitting the streets. The constable, who is in her 20s and describes her appearance as 'not sexy', was approac ...

  6. Live chicken trade must be ended swiftly

    Posted Jun 21st 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... and necessary steps to prevent further outbreaks. This is why officials announced a HK$1 billion package to compensate chicken farmers, wholesalers, retailers and transport workers for giving up ... is almost a culinary ritual. This must be overcome. People will, in the interests of public health, have to get used to chilled or frozen chickens. Resistance from traders, however, will be much ...

  7. Letter to Sheen puts gloss on chicken trade

    Posted Oct 15th 2003, 12:00am by Alex Lo

    ... of the city's public health service. An official letter sent yesterday said it would consult the poultry trade to consider banning the sale of live chickens in wet markets, an option which Sheen said he ... of diseases such as bird flu. 'The anguish of animals who are transported to and sold at live markets is obvious. Chickens are crammed into tiny, filthy wire cages, suffering tremendously from ...

  8. Happiness comes from changing lives

    Posted Mar 15th 2008, 12:00am by Unus Alladin

    ... project involves giving them money so they can start their own business, whether it would be pig or chicken farming. They tell us what they want to do. They can repay us when they are up on their feet. It gives them a chance to regain their dignity and self-confidence. They can help others, too.' Her involvement in the Young Eagles Project required visiting the poor outskirts ...

  9. Classes aim to help make sex more enjoyable

    Posted Oct 02nd 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... readers. She said in her work she met clients with different fetishes and that the public often overreacted to different parts of the body. 'It's just like eating chicken,' she said. 'Some like the wings and some like the feet.' Ng Man-lun- known as Dr Sex- said sex workers had been hosting such workshops for years in other countries. 'You need real ...

  10. Doubts over Li's death

    Posted Jun 15th 2012, 12:00am

    ... HONG KONG- A senior Hong Kong official said the death of dissident Li Wangyang in hospital was suspicious, after thousands of protesters marched through the city demanding justice. Li's relatives found him last week strung up to a windowsill by a bandage wrapped around his neck, with his feet on the ground. Hong Kong's Secretary for Food and Health, Dr York Chow ...




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