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  1. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Is the Shek Kwu Chau incinerator the best solution for Hong Kong?

    Posted Aug 05th 2014, 03:26am by Howard Winn

    ... Howard Winn Is the Shek Kwu Chau incinerator the best solution for Hong Kong? Assistant Director of Environmental Protection Elvis Au has a letter in today's South China Morning Post ... time ago and new technologies are now available. How confident can we be that we are getting the best waste management solution for Hong Kong? The project has so far been blocked by the Finance ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1566571/shek-kwu-chau-incinerator-best-solution-hong-kong
  2. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Government clearly off the rails on transport policy

    Posted Feb 21st 2014, 12:28am by Howard Winn

    ... Howard Winn All the excitement over the government's decision not to adjust the tolls of the various tunnels misses the bigger question of what's behind its transport strategy, ... claims to have a railway-led transport policy. But that is clearly not so. If it did it would be building more railways and introduce electronic road pricing or congestion charges to encourage ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1432163/government-clearly-rails-transport-policy
  3. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Hong Kong will get its third runway by hook or by crook

    Posted Jul 19th 2014, 01:21am by Howard Winn

    ... to construct a historical account of the early days of one country, two systems. It is therefore hardly surprising that since the Hong Kong-Macau bridge assessment, public confidence and trust ... by the Airport Authority's own consultant, Ove Arup, which admitted that the runway would struggle to meet Hong Kong's latest air quality standards, which are a legal requirement. ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1556562/hong-kong-will-get-its-third-runway-hook-or-crook
  4. Business - LAI SEE

    Hong Kong's political future looks bleak

    Posted Jul 03rd 2014, 02:05am by Howard Winn

    ... that leave us? It means that from now on, constitutional reform is going to be even more of a dominant factor in Hong Kong politics than it has been already. Positions are hardening on both sides, ... vote" for candidates that have not been pre-screened is not the universal suffrage the people of Hong Kong feel they had been promised. You cannot be half-pregnant. Giving everyone the right ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1545158/hong-kongs-political-future-looks-bleak
  5. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Hopewell planning application angers Kennedy Road residents

    Posted Aug 09th 2014, 04:10am by Howard Winn

    ... was an older area with some charm. The banyan trees, some of them 50 to 80 years old, were some of the finest examples in Hong Kong. Hopewell, with government permission, has cut down about 500 ... of the ruination of a pleasant area of Hong Kong that could have been restored, and the magnificent banyan trees retained. Instead, it has been sacrificed with government assistance to a developer ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1569596/hopewell-planning-application-angers-kennedy-road-residents
  6. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Hong Kong is being choked by its government bureaucracy

    Posted Apr 02nd 2014, 05:45am by Howard Winn

    ... Hong Kong. Small wonder it cannot organise itself to get a halfway decent harbour front, or why there is a shortage of moorings for boats while there are literally acres of space in typhoon ... in a bureaucratic quagmire. Hong Kong is choking on its own bureaucracy. This is a serious problem, but as everyone knows reforming the civil service is one of the hardest things to do. There are too many ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1462722/hong-kong-being-choked-its-government-bureaucracy
  7. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Efforts to airbrush out Zhou Yongkang struggle at lift-off

    Posted Aug 22nd 2014, 01:17am by Howard Winn

    ... for talent hiring and other matters related to employees.   'Shapies' coming to Hong Kong One of the dispiriting aspects of new technology is the trivial functions to which it is applied. So many of the applications for smartphones are mindless, the internet is laden with porn, and now we have the "shapie"- a 3D selfie. Coming to Hong Kong next week is the Artec ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1578717/efforts-airbrush-out-zhou-yongkang-struggle-lift
  8. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    It's Christmas again with David Webb's Arts Optical tip

    Posted Aug 21st 2014, 01:26am by Howard Winn

    ... It related to the stunning performance of the Hong Kong-listed eyeglass company Arts Optical, which rose 60 per cent on Tuesday, but alas it was a story that Lai See missed. The stock soared ... using the 2002 price of HK$1.87. He says Shenzhen is beginning to go through a similar experience to that of Hong Kong in the 1980s when it became too costly to make garments and factories ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1577980/its-christmas-again-david-webbs-arts-optical-tip
  9. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Judge Zervos calls for reform of liquor licensing process

    Posted Aug 19th 2014, 01:15am by Howard Winn

    ... in their battles with the licensing and appeals boards. "Hong Kong could benefit from greater predictability in the liquor incensing system and that would make investment in Hong Kong more attractive ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1576322/judge-zervos-calls-reform-liquor-licensing-process
  10. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    An unwelcome reminder of why 'the law is an ass'

    Posted Aug 20th 2014, 01:31am by Howard Winn

    ... on a technicality because they were not set up as non profit-organisations". However, the bidder mentioned, a consortium which included Asia Arts Archive, Para Site, the Hong Kong Arts Festival, the Ink Society and the School of Architecture of the Chinese University of Hong Kong are in fact all set up as non-profit organisations, and with the exception of the latter have charitable ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1577220/arts-affairs

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