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  1. Blues deal still on track, says Yeung's spokesman

    Posted Dec 03rd 2007, 12:00am by Rajesh Thakkar

    ... Rajesh Thakkar Sammy Yu Wai-ying, the man helping Hong Kong businessman Carson Yeung Ka-sing's bid to complete a takeover of Birmingham City, last night urged the Premier League ... Yu told the Post, responding to weekend reports in England that said Birmingham chairman David Gold had cast fresh doubts over the takeover. A report in The Independent newspaper said Yeung ...

  2. Yeung lining up Zheng to join Birmingham

    Posted Jul 26th 2007, 12:00am by Martin Zhou

    ... Martin Zhou Hong Kong tycoon Carson Yeung Ka-sing is close to signing two Chinese internationals- including national captain Zheng Zhi- for Birmingham City, the English Premier League club in which his company has a major stake. Yeung paid HK$238.7 million for his 29.91 per cent stake. Yeung promised to bring mainland players to the club when he completed his takeover. And he also ...

  3. HK tycoon eyes Blues

    Posted Jun 18th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Hong Kong businessman Carson Yeung Ka-shing was last night reported to be making further steps to purchase English Premier League team Birmingham City. Yeung, who earlier this year quit ... reported. Blues owners David Sullivan and David and Ralph Gold were understood to be happy that Yeung had sufficient funds to buy them out if they decided to sell for around #50 million (HK$772 ...

  4. Shares on hold in soccer club deal

    Posted Jun 29th 2007, 12:00am by Ben Kwok

    ... Neil Gough and Ben Kwok Trading in shares of Grandtop International, an apparel-sourcing company controlled by local businessman Carson Yeung Ka-sing, remained suspended for a second day ... Mr Yeung the first Hongkonger to own a Premier League team, the club said in a stock exchange statement. Major shareholders in Birmingham City, including David and Ralph Gold and David ...

  5. How about investing in HK soccer clubs?

    Posted Jun 29th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Kong of English Premier League soccer, it is easy to imagine local tycoon Carson Yeung Ka-sing using it to explain his investment company's option to buy nearly a third of the Birmingham City club for GBP15 million (HK$234 million). In fact it is surprising that Mr Yeung is the first Hong Kong investor to buy into the Premier League, and that Asian investors generally have been ...

  6. Serving up opportunities

    Posted Sep 25th 2007, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung

    ... A job training course is giving mentally disabled young people a new outlook on life, writes Miranda Yeung Taking orders, delivering dishes or setting a dining table may seem like relatively easy tasks, but they signal a very important achievement for mentally disabled Jacky Chan Chim-ching. The tasks are all part of his work as a trainee waiter, and being part ...

  7. Democracy 'not in pocket', warns Anson Chan

    Posted Dec 17th 2007, 12:00am by Chris Yeung

    ... Chris Yeung and Albert Wong Legislator Anson Chan Fang On-sang has urged people not to give up the fight for universal suffrage in 2012 until there is a clear timetable for the implementation of 'one person, one vote'. Mrs Chan, a former chief secretary, has cautioned people to note that neither the central government nor the Hong Kong government has made a commitment ...

  8. liberal studies

    Posted Nov 26th 2007, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung

    ... Miranda Yeung Comprehension 1. Which of the following is true? a. Meier had suffered from depression b. Josh is a real person c. Meier was killed 2 Which of the following is not cyber- bullying? a. Sending an insulting message to a victim's cell phone b. Posting insulting words about the victim online c. Hitting the victim 3 Which is the wrong way to combat cyber-bullying? a. ...

  9. The price of attracting new political talent

    Posted Nov 12th 2007, 12:00am by Chris Yeung

    ... Chris Yeung There is never a good time to propose a pay rise for legislators. And, given the public's generally negative image of our lawmakers, the idea of raising their salaries ... to be unworthy of their rewards, they can always be voted out of office via the ballot box. Chris Yeung is the Post's editor-at-large. ...

  10. Moves that muddy political waters

    Posted Oct 14th 2007, 12:00am by Chris Yeung

    ... Chris Yeung It verges on politically naivety for anyone to argue against the assertion that politics is dirty. Although politics need not be dirty, it often looks nasty. When it comes to elections, the fight for power and fame can get ugly. Two episodes last week have cast a shadow over the fair and clean elections which have made Hong Kong people feel proud since the city's ...




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