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  1. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - TURNING THE TABLES

    It's time landlords stopped eating away at the industry

    Posted Jan 31st 2013, 12:00am by Mischa Moselle

    ... Mischa Moselle mischa.moselle@scmp.com It's time landlords stopped eating away at the industry Restaurants and their rents linger on as an issue. Just two days ago Lei Yuen Congee ... and beverage industry rumour mill, a bar that has been a Wan Chai institution for more than 10 years is closing as its rent rises to HK$400,000 a month. That is a lot of noodles and warm house wine ...

  2. In Brief

    Posted Sep 22nd 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... partially recover operating losses arising from the price of aviation fuel. Contracts for Wan Chai bypass The Highways Department signed contracts with China State Construction Engineering (HK) ... Aviation fuel surcharges to rise The Civil Aviation Department approved a rise in the passenger fuel surcharges levied by Cathay Pacific Airways, Singapore Airlines and All Nippon Airways ...

  3. News - Hong Kong - DEVELOPMENT

    Wan Chai site marked out for new convention centre

    Posted May 03rd 2013, 12:00am by Joyce Ng, Ada Lee

    ... the exhibition centre extension. Exhibition and Convention Industry Association chairman Daniel Cheung Wai-hung said the proposal was good news for the industry. "It's very close to HKCEC. ...

  4. Business - Companies - PROPERTY

    Developer Emperor buys Wan Chai office block for HK$1.6b

    Posted Jun 12th 2013, 12:00am by Paggie Leung

    ... Paggie Leung paggie.leung@scmp.com Emperor buys Wan Chai office block for HK$1.6b Developer Emperor International has paid HK$1.588 billion for the Wing Hang Finance Centre in Wan Chai, in a relatively uncommon purchase of an entire building in the area. ...

  5. Letters

    Posted Jun 25th 2012, 12:00am

    ... response The MTR Corporation proclaims commitment to 'a high standard of business ethics and integrity'. Contrast this with my recent encounter with the company. At the Heng Fa Chuen MTR ... management is a significant part of the corporation's operation. Why is there no prior consultation with or notice to residents about excessive noise? MTR staff claim construction projects ...

  6. Comment - Insight & Opinion - MY TAKE

    Church developers remain unbowed by government rules

    Posted Mar 04th 2013, 12:00am by Alex Lo

    ... developer ends in five years. Within spitting distance, the Church of Christ in China wants its own mega tower in an even more space-confining area with narrow streets. They and the Methodists have ...

  7. Hive talking

    Posted Jun 03rd 2012, 12:00am

    ... corporate or too grungy. Nothing felt like the kind of place where I could spend my working day. And I didn't want to sign a long-term contract,' says Tedder, former chief executive ... The result is The Hive- a name that, Tedder says, 'embodies a spirit of industriousness as well as a strong sense of community'- which opened in Wan Chai last month. Designed by James ...

  8. Exhibition has a veiled message for fashion industry's perfection

    Posted Mar 07th 2011, 12:00am by Yvonne Lai

    ... the industry's obsession with picture-perfect images by superimposing them on real people. 'I cut the fringes on each mask by hand, so the lines aren't straight, and I make some of the clothing ...

  9. Time and motion

    Posted Jun 26th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Timekeeper was created at a time when the world's economy was in crisis and no one believed it could be done. Choux came up with the idea after recognising an anomaly in the industry: although the world's luxury watches were developed by Swiss companies, their components were sourced from China and manufactured there. 'And 50 per cent of their customers were from Asia,' he adds. ...

  10. Perfect timing

    Posted Apr 20th 2012, 12:00am

    ... The Chinese Timekeeper opened its first Hong Kong boutique in Stone Nullah Lane in Wan Chai this week. Offering a fresh take on an industry dominated by the Swiss, the Hong Kong-based company aims to embrace its Chinese history and culture and build a high-end brand with its timepieces 'proudly crafted in China'. The store features a facade made of black slate ...




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