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  1. Public Eye

    Posted May 06th 2009, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... confirmed swine flu case. Profiteering from fearful parents wanting to protect their children- how low can you go? Hail to the very unlucky WHO chief Public Eye has the utmost respect for World ... with Michael Chugani mickchug@gmail.com Government line covers up racist actions Something really sickening has been happening for too long right before our eyes. But the government has ...

  2. News - China - CHANGING FACES

    Ye Zilong breaks new ground as eye doctor to the poor

    Posted Sep 09th 2012, 12:00am by VICTORIAL RUAN

    ... My instinct told me China was thirsty for doctors. We have 1.3 billion people but only about 30,000 eye doctors. When did you start helping the poor? Running my own hospitals brought me ... Victoria Ruan victoria.ruan@scmp.com Famous eye doctor now heads three private hospitals, which offer free eye operations Bringing sight back to the poor A decade ago, Dr Ye Zilong ...

  3. Learn from pension case, officials told

    Posted Aug 12th 2007, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... and the nation. More than 20 government officials and leaders of state-owned enterprises have been implicated in the scandal, the biggest corruption case on the mainland for a decade. Chen and his alleged ... They must be ready to pass the 'tests'. [Success] will give them strength against corruption,' China News Service quoted Mr Xi as saying. The tests included having strong principles, ...

  4. Our next chief executive must fix HK's broken MPF scheme

    Posted Mar 23rd 2012, 12:00am

    ... Tom Holland Seven years ago, the South China Morning Post threw down a challenge to the incoming chief executive of Hong Kong's government. 'If Hong Kong's new leader really ... a small cartel of big property developers to squeeze Hong Kong's land supply and keep property prices at eye-watering heights. The first is too obvious to make a good test. And regrettably ...

  5. Letters

    Posted Oct 29th 2011, 12:00am

    ... It was the tradition in Hong Kong that the elderly would be given adequate support within the framework of the family. This is less the case now with our low birth rate, and it presents us with additional ... by the government, is stable and that they can live on when they retire. Gary Fung Kin-keung, Siu Sai Wan Revival of old characters isn't likely Wang Xiangwei in his China Briefing column is quite right ...

  6. News - China - SOCIAL WELFARE

    Teacher garners public sympathy after writing 'seditious' essays

    Posted Sep 17th 2012, 12:00am by Verna Yu

    ... Chen's eyes to how people at the bottom of society are often abused. Furious over the humiliation, Chen turned to writing essays criticising the government for mistreating the poor ... guilty of subversion? He was silent." An employee at the Lanzhou court said on Friday he had no knowledge of Chen's case. The court did not announce a verdict after the one-day trial. ...

  7. Singapore exploits labourers from China, report says

    Posted Feb 17th 2011, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... Mark O'Neill The 200,000 migrants from China working in Singapore suffer abuse, discrimination and violations of their rights but few can obtain legal redress because they are under the control of their employers, according to a report by the China Labour Bulletin. The 60-page report, 'Hired on Sufferance', called on Singapore and Beijing to sign the three major ...

  8. Don't rely on China

    Posted Sep 29th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... In the eyes of some Hongkongers, China is like a saviour. Yes, China may help, but only for a short period. The introduction of individual visits will not help much once mainlanders find that Hong ... and suicides continue to soar. Therefore, economic co-operation with China seems the only way out. But does our government consider its cost? I am anxious that continued integration with the delta ...

  9. Sex charge puts young girls at risk, activists say

    Posted Jun 04th 2012, 12:00am

    ... was introduced. In the eyes of rights lawyers, the only plausible explanation for introducing such a charge is to protect those with special status in China, those with money,' said women's ... China Women's Federation supported the call. A commonly cited set of figures showed that in the five years from 2000 to 2004, the country's courts tried 176 cases of 'paying ...

  10. The right direction

    Posted Sep 01st 2010, 12:00am by Frank Ching

    ... if all the reforms will be effective but at least such reforms have been accepted as the way to go. In 2007, China decided that all capital punishment cases had to be reviewed by the Supreme ... . There are cases up for review now before the Supreme People's Court where there is little doubt torture was decisive in getting a confession. Now, all eyes are on how the court deals with such cases ...




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