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  1. For your sake

    Posted Nov 18th 2007, 12:00am by Monique Chu

    ... Monique Chu Japanese cuisine has long been popular in Hong Kong but while most local diners have no problem ordering sashimi, sushi, tempura or udon, they are often stumped when it comes to selecting an accompanying sake. To the rescue is the prosaically named The Sake Shop in Hung Hom. 'Owner Kiyama Manabu was disappointed to find most restaurants don't carry a good ...

  2. Chu family's crown jewel

    Posted Nov 20th 2007, 12:00am by Mathew Scott

    ... them at all. But Dr David Chu has in just 12 years seen his vision rise out of the Shenzhen countryside and become among the finest golfing centres anywhere in the world. Indeed, so far reaching now is Dr Chu's mark on the game that he has this year been named among the Most Powerful People in Golf by the influential American magazine Golf Inc. It should read as no surprise ...

  3. Holistics

    Posted Dec 14th 2007, 12:00am by David Ho, David Hoiskens

    ... David Hoiskens david.hoiskens@gmail.com Dawn rising Laurence James Lucas leads a series of workshops, A New Dawn for Civilisation - A New World for You. Today, Jan 17, Jan 25, 7.15pm-9.15pm, New Age Shop, 7 Old Bailey St, SoHo, HK$380/session (HK$1,000 for all three if paid in advance). Inquiries: 2810 8694 Tranquil moments Free 20-minute meditation. Tomorrow, 11.30am, Dec 19, ...

  4. Museum chief looks back with a song in his heart

    Posted Dec 15th 2007, 12:00am by David Phair

    ... David Phair I have three wonderful memories of school in Britain in the 1950s. The first is singing in Exeter Cathedral on Christmas Eve as one of the two boy soloists who begin ... behind us kicked over his big book, which fell with a crash. My chum David Burns muttered: 'Clumsy bugger.' The bishop, with the austere and aloof grace for which he was renowned, ...

  5. Breaking the habit

    Posted Dec 26th 2007, 12:00am by David Eimer

    ... David Eimer With the Olympics less than eight months away, Beijing's municipal government has launched the latest of its campaigns designed to improve locals' manners. Giant ... the most progressive city on the mainland. It is proof that permanent change comes from the people themselves, not from posters or a 50 yuan fine for spitting in public. David Eimer ...

  6. Good fuel economy

    Posted Dec 03rd 2007, 12:00am by David Donadio

    ... Beijing can learn from America's failures, particularly with regard to oil pricing policies, writes David Donadio Any country pursuing economic liberalisation could learn much from ... an end to them sometimes creates bigger adversities elsewhere. David Donadio is a writer and editor at the Cato Institute in Washington ...

  7. Alicia Keys

    Posted Nov 25th 2007, 12:00am by David Momphard

    ... David Momphard Alicia Keys As I Am (Sony BMG) Alicia Keys' fans get understandably miffed when Britney Spears is mentioned within a few sentences of their favourite soulstress. But the mention is usually more for contrast than comparison: everything good about Spears' recent release began and ended with her producers; everything good about Keys' third album, As I Am, ...

  8. review

    Posted Nov 11th 2007, 12:00am by David Wilson

    ... David Wilson Inside China (National Geographic) The title signals this is not the standard National Geographic jaunt but 'the truth about China'. The introduction, written by Jonathan Spence, Sterling professor of history at Yale University, in the US, claims the book 'jolts us out of our complacency'. This guide-cum-expose, which marries historical ...

  9. Faceless in Beijing

    Posted Sep 19th 2007, 12:00am by David Eimer

    ... David Eimer The Beijing Olympics opens in less than a year, yet just 7 per cent of Britons can name China's president. That was the conclusion of a survey by China Now, a British ... really wants to be understood, then it needs to do more than just rely on its leaders' anodyne public statements. David Eimer is a Beijing-based journalist ...

  10. Napa Valley

    Posted Aug 05th 2007, 12:00am by David Evans

    ... There's no better place to hit the road on a Harley-Davidson, listen to jazz or indulge in the finer things in life than this sunny winery district. 1. Hess Collection (below, top centre) Nothing calls for a glass of fine wine like good food and thou ...




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