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  1. Cut in alcohol duty raises student binge drinking concerns

    Posted Mar 12th 2007, 12:00am by Mary Ann, Mary Ann Benitez

    ... problem'. 'The tendency in Hong Kong is to say that alcohol is not a problem. We say, well, might you not see a western pattern of drinking alcohol as you get globalised cultures ... Mary Ann Benitez Binge drinking among university students could become even more of a problem because of the cut in tax on alcohol, an academic has warned. Sian Griffiths, professor ...

  2. Drinking on campus

    Posted Apr 17th 2007, 12:00am by Michelle Chan

    ... Feeling thirsty, Barry picked up a can of beer as there was nothing non-alcoholic to drink. He found the beer a bit bitter, but grew to like the taste. Gradually those few sips developed into half a dozen cans of beer or a full glass of whiskey every week. Barry is one of many university binge drinkers. A recent survey shows there is a rising trend in binge drinking among university ...

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    Overseas study offers young education on foreign policy

    Posted Mar 24th 2014, 04:45am by George Chen

    ... with an interest in Chinese history and culture to study in the country. Education becomes a means of learning much more than the subject matter of textbooks when one studies in another land. When ...

  4. Safety guidelines considered for drinking fountains after deaths

    Posted Apr 19th 2008, 12:00am by Martin Wong, Peter So

    ... Martin Wong and Peter So The Education Bureau and the Leisure and Cultural Services Department are studying safety measures for the use of drinking fountains after an expert group's ... The school said yesterday the fountain was quarantined after Ho-ming's death. Other than in schools, drinking fountains can be found in many public facilities managed by the Leisure and Cultural ...

  5. Campuses prepare for younger students

    Posted Jul 30th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Dennis Chong dennis.chong@scmp.com Universities are signing guardianship papers and preparing to crack down on under-age drinking ahead of the arrival of a record intake ... action against under-age drinking and smoking. Provost Arthur Ellis said that 'some sort of monitoring' was essential, citing incidents in colleges elsewhere, such as the United States, ...

  6. Positive path to an anti-drug culture

    Posted Nov 22nd 2011, 12:00am

    ... of ketamine and cannabis was two and four times higher respectively. Students in the programme were also only half as likely to drink and smoke. Of course, it can be argued that we need to know more ... and children- and the trust this engenders- is the right foundation for an anti-drug culture. ...

  7. To learn the language, live the culture

    Posted Jun 24th 2012, 12:00am

    ... work. I've seen many people learn Chinese, and those who achieve fluency are willing and able to accept and live the culture. Why did you decide to open a school to teach Mandarin? I worked ... drink spirits and eat grilled lamb skewers. They may have become wealthy and drive BMWs, but this is probably still what they enjoy doing the most. ...

  8. A life inspired by beauty, design, Chinese culture

    Posted Jul 24th 2011, 12:00am

    ... in coming up with a new design? After designing for the same brand for 10 years, people might think that the biggest difficulty is finding new ideas. Luckily, Chinese culture never ceases to inspire ... on a daily basis. I drink from the mug I designed and sleep in my own quilt. The objects bring happiness and beauty simply by coming into the house. Polytechnic University School of Design: ...

  9. Cultures clash in Tuk

    Posted Aug 13th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... their education and even fewer go to university. Many choose to live off the land as hunters and fishermen. Others drop out of school and are lost between their traditional culture and the faster modern culture. I met Logan Nasogaluak at the youth centre. He's 17 but has yet to complete Grade 10. His family has moved back to Tuk from Inuvik, a larger town a short flight away. 'I ...

  10. Colourful fun for the visually impaired

    Posted Apr 05th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Charley Lanyon charley.lanyon@scmp.com 'Today was a very good day,' says 13-year-old Mike Leung. The visually impaired teenager had spent it decorating an Easter egg with 'chocolate and one hundred thousand colourful crystal candies'. ...




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