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  1. Chinese food culture needs to be changed, health officials say

    Posted Sep 27th 2010, 12:00am by Patsy Moy

    ... Patsy Moy The Chinese food culture, which tends towards the greasy side, has to be changed before it brings more health hazards to the public, health officials say. However, Assistant ... over-reliance on baby and infant formula, which may provide more nutrition than needed, community medicine consultant Dr Leung Ting-hung said. 'It is also Chinese culture for babies to be chubby ...

  2. letters

    Posted Oct 18th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... food. We should do more exercise and have medical check-ups regularly. Joseph Chau, King Ling College Watch out as Lion City roars The government has long been promoting both Chinese and English ... to communicate with mainland officials. The Singapore government says: 'Although we speak the same language, when we look at issues we are different. The next step is how we see China in a Chinese ...

  3. A touch of Red Army hardship to train cadres

    Posted Nov 30th 2010, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... Raymond Li Some of the legacy of Mao Zedong and his Red Army is being added to the Communist Party's training curriculum to cultivate party allegiance among younger party and government officials who will become the cornerstone of future leadership. ...

  4. The winning ways of minority languages

    Posted Aug 02nd 2010, 12:00am by Frank Ching

    ... when people- or even the government- talk about the Chinese language, they mean Cantonese, not Putonghua. The current controversy is a reaction to a proposal by the provincial advisory body, the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, that Cantonese news and satellite channels on Guangzhou TV be replaced by shows broadcast in Putonghua. A subsequent online survey ...

  5. Soft-power play

    Posted Feb 24th 2010, 12:00am by Frank Ching

    ... Ying-jeou, made this clear when he recently disclosed that Taipei will establish a string of academies around the world to promote Chinese language and culture. In this, mainland China has a big head start. Ever since the first Confucius Institute was opened in Seoul in 2004, Beijing has used them to spread Chinese language and culture and, today, more than 280 have been established in 88 ...

  6. letters

    Posted Apr 08th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... to be their ultimate goal. Lam Hiu-ching Learn to appreciate Chinese culture I am writing in response to the article 'Traditional Chinese ethics not outdated' (Young Post, March 11). Being a senior form student who takes Chinese culture lessons in school, I agree with the writer's views. After studying Chinese culture, I have broadened my horizons and learned to appreciate our ...

  7. Red label caters to Chinese taste

    Posted May 07th 2010, 12:00am by Jacqueline Tsang

    ... Jacqueline Tsang Of Movado's novelties at BaselWorld, the Red Label Museum Calendomatic stands out for its elegant, minimalist look. Models in the Red Label collection are designed to cater to the mainland market and the Museum Calendomatic is no exception. The watch comes in either a red or gold version, colours known to be auspicious in Chinese culture. The design is kept ...

  8. Zodiac menagerie

    Posted Nov 21st 2010, 12:00am by Jin Peh

    ... about Chinese astrology. But in Chinese culture, the rabbit is associated with the peak of spring and thus the wood element. Keeping rabbits should bring prosperity to those for whom wood ... with Jin Peh This is the Year of the Tiger, the third animal in the Chinese zodiac. The tiger mainly represents two elements- wood and fire- and would, therefore, be a beneficial pet ...

  9. letters

    Posted Jan 05th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... An essential element of Chinese culture When you hear the words 'Chinese culture', what do you think of? Many people might say herbal tea or dragon dances. The first thing that comes to my mind is Cantonese opera. In my opinion, Cantonese opera is a very important symbol of Chinese culture. It mixes drama with traditional music. Cantonese opera is often based on traditional ...

  10. The buzz

    Posted Sep 16th 2010, 12:00am by Adam Wright

    ... by Adam Wright It's not easy to praise the glories of thousands of years of Chinese culture when your byline reveals in stark black and white that you are a gweilo. The risk ... of Chinese culture, one of the world's oldest. Many are to be found in the arts world, particularly the Yellow River Concerto being staged at the Cultural Centre from September 24-25 as part ...




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