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  1. Chinese U takes up challenge of global business school

    Posted May 29th 2004, 12:00am by Linda Yeung

    ... Linda Yeung The Chinese University's Faculty of Business Administration is forging stronger links with mainland and overseas institutions to meet the challenge of joint efforts by the University of Hong Kong and the University of Science and Technology to create a world-class business school. CUHK will launch a global business programme next year giving students the opportunity ...

  2. Monkey business

    Posted Jan 18th 2004, 12:00am by Vivienne Chow

    ... Vivienne Chow The Lunar New Year brings with it the wind of change- but a little of last year's bad luck may linger on, say fung shui experts The Year of the Monkey is the beginning of a new cycle, but both of the town's most popular fung shui masters- the South China Morning Post's Chinese horoscope columnist Edwin Ma Lai-wah and celebrity fung shui expert Peter So ...

  3. Risky business

    Posted Nov 16th 2004, 12:00am by Sonia Kolesnikov

    ... decide to take the plunge. Yet, social respect for those who start a business is going up, we are told. 'We know the tolerance for failure here has been low,' one senior minister said ...

  4. Too busy to find someone special

    Posted Sep 27th 2004, 12:00am by Flora Wu

    ... with Flora Wu, additional reporting by Dikky Sinn CitySeen caught mainland model/actor Wu Bing eyeing the Louis Vuitton jewellery collection during the grand opening in Shanghai and asked him if he was in the market to buy something special for somebody s ...

  5. What a place to do business

    Posted Sep 14th 2004, 12:00am by Laurence Brahm

    ... D'Long had become China's largest taxpayer, providing two billion yuan in revenue. Among China's first private enterprises delving into the securities business, D'Long operated like Carrian, using short-term capital for long-term financing, leveraging an estimated two billion yuan and buying businesses worth 45 billion yuan- a very fragile structure. D'Long ...

  6. Busy corner puts district on the map of fine dining

    Posted Sep 01st 2004, 12:00am by Reggie Ho

    ... fountain into which strawberries and marshmallows can be dipped to create the ultimate dessert. Chinese outlet Ming Court is a cosy contemporary Cantonese restaurant where dishes are traditional ... of Chinese ham, from the Yangtze region in the mainland. The dim sum is also not to be missed. The shrimps in the har gau are plump and fresh, and the vegetable and meat buns are superb. For those ...

  7. CUHK's business research ranked fourth in international survey

    Posted Oct 20th 2004, 12:00am by Paggie Leung

    ... PAGGIE LEUNG Updated at 6.07pm: Business research undertaken by the Chinese University of Hong Kong has been ranked fourth in the world in a survey of international business schools. The survey of the world's leading business faculties was recently published by Management International Review- a leading business magazine. The study ranked the productivity of academic ...

  8. Teaching Chinese to cook Chinese

    Posted Nov 30th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Robin Kwong Local readers might not recognise the name, but those from Canada or the US will surely recognise Martin Yan as the face of Chinese cuisine in North America. Cityseen talked ... to dragging beautiful girls around with me when I work.' Yan may not be showing Hongkongers how to steam fish any time soon, but he is busy teaching an unusual locale- China. 'It is kind ...

  9. Time for more serious business

    Posted Dec 14th 2004, 12:00am by Laurence Brahm

    ... Laurence Brahm Following the surprise result in Taiwan's legislative election, will President Chen Shui-bian show his cards as an independence ideologue or a political pragmatist? History will remember him based on what he achieves in the next three ...

  10. 'We're too busy for minority students'

    Posted Jun 26th 2004, 12:00am by May Chan

    ... May Chan Emily Lau reports mainstream schools' complaints over non-Chinese allocation Legislators are concerned that mainstream schools will not be ready to cope with ethnic minority students when they join schools for the first time this September. Under the government's new integration policy, non-Chinese speaking students will be allocated secondary places through ...




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