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  1. Good business sense

    Posted Mar 05th 2005, 12:00am by Alex Lo

    ... with Alex Lo Shui On chairman Vincent Lo Hong-sui has ready advice for people who want to do business in China. In fact, he has made several transparent sheets on the dos and don'ts ... think China is communistic and not market-driven. Communism with Chinese characteristics. ...

  2. Lending a helping hand to the needy is a busy business

    Posted Nov 08th 2005, 12:00am by Michael Taylor

    ... this September jointly with Chinese University of Hong Kong. It also runs 130 community service centres, including homes for the elderly, children's and youth centres, and rehabilitation centres ... Wah, is located on Waterloo Road in Mongkok. The group established the first Chinese medicine hospital in the territory. A lot of local and overseas academics have come to Tung Wah to research ...

  3. Lawmaker tries to save egg-tart business

    Posted May 11th 2005, 12:00am by Ambrose Leung

    ... Ambrose Leung A legislator has stepped in to help prevent the closure of Tai Cheong Bakery- whose renowned egg tarts are a favourite of former governor Chris Patten- because of a hefty rent increase. Liberal Party member and legislator Tommy Cheung Yu-yan ...

  4. Hong Kong Business Awards panel of judges

    Posted Jun 07th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Members of the judging panel for the 2005 Hong Kong Business Awards met for the first time yesterday. Over the coming months, they will choose business leaders who have excelled in their fields of endeavour. The awards, established in 1990, are jointly sponsored by DHL Express and the South China Morning Post and are a premier event on Hong Kong's business calendar. ...

  5. Busy life of law, business and parties

    Posted Mar 11th 2005, 12:00am by Mark Graham

    ... Chinese and expats for being behind two pioneering projects- The Courtyard in Beijing and the US$40 million renovation of a colonial-era building in Shanghai, Three on the Bund, which is something ... personal business and partying into the day? 'I don't sleep much and I try to compartmentalise,' he says. 'I do have a lot on my plate.' ...

  6. Business deals and protests for president in Vancouver

    Posted Sep 17th 2005, 12:00am by Bernice Chan

    ... Bernice Chan in Vancouver Vancouver rolled out the red carpet for President Hu Jintao yesterday, but while some residents planned to welcome him with potential business deals, others vowed to follow him with protest signs. Regardless of their opinions, many in the Chinese community were pleased that Mr Hu was making a visit to Vancouver, home to more than 300,000 ethnic Chinese ...

  7. Parties vie for business votes on mainland

    Posted Aug 29th 2005, 12:00am by Jacky Hsu

    ... Jacky Hsu in Taipei With local elections just months away, Taiwan's politicians are setting up service centres designed to woo traders and their families Taiwan's ruling and opposition parties are reaching out to mainland-based Taiwanese busines ...

  8. India's 'niggardly' visa policy a headache for business, says embassy

    Posted Aug 04th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... S. N. M. Abdi in Calcutta Beijing has accused New Delhi of denying or delaying visas for Chinese nationals seeking to visit India for business or travel. The Times of India quoted a senior ... for mainland companies in India, with projects delayed and overheads shooting up. According to Chinese corporate executives, India takes three months to issue business visas. A spokesman for Huawei ...

  9. Risky business

    Posted Jun 02nd 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Ethnic Chinese journalists risk official threats and arrest working on the mainland. How can the Hong Kong authorities help and protect local journalists working on the other side of the border? Share your views: write to us ...

  10. Problem debtors follow mainland business abroad

    Posted Jun 16th 2005, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... in developed countries. About half the debt is owed by businesses owned by overseas Chinese, who know their creditors will tolerate higher levels of debt than western companies. A Dun & Bradstreet ... Overseas Chinese blamed for upsurge in non-payments, writes Mark O'Neill Mainland firms have for years faced chronic problems in collecting receivables. Now the problems have followed ...




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