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  1. Lee shrugs off 'traitor' tag as price to be paid

    Posted Oct 27th 2007, 12:00am by Ambrose Leung

    ... and human rights improvements in the mainland, saying criticism was a price he was prepared to pay. 'I have no idea why they call me a traitor,' Mr Lee said. 'I believe people in Hong ... in the Hong Kong edition of the state-run China Daily called Mr Lee's remarks a 'despicable act' which served as a footnote to President Hu Jintao's earlier warning of external ...

  2. It works for me

    Posted Jun 03rd 2011, 12:00am

    ... Mary Agnew Ho Sin Tung The large industrial spaces of Fo Tan have become a haven for artists that need space in Hong Kong without the outrageous city prices. So in 2008, when Ho Sin Tung graduated with a degree in Fine Art from the Chinese University, it ...

  3. Suits me fine

    Posted Mar 12th 2010, 12:00am by Kylie Knott

    ... relatively late in life. We'd both been in New York for a long time- Ellis 15 years, me 10, and were ready for something different, so, almost on a whim, Ellis took a job here. Though he hated ... I also love red. In 10 years you will find me in Hong Kong. Of course we'd love to expand, though we are not obsessed with it. We are happy to be participating in a local rather than ...

  4. What will Hong Kong look like in 2047? Come back and ask me in 40 years...

    Posted Jul 01st 2007, 12:00am by Jake Van Der Kamp

    ... I would have looked around me and come to the conclusion that there really wasn't much future for the place. It was poor, people had deserted it throughout the war and even the Royal Navy ... of the Empire, both. How wrong can you get? Now let's shift forwards to 1977 and I shall imagine myself with the same assignment. What will Hong Kong look like in 2007? I look around me and say, ...

  5. Boring tai-tai life inspired me to become more creative

    Posted Mar 08th 2004, 12:00am by Suzanne Dennis

    ... creative and inspiring to do, but what? 'So I started doing voluntary work with various associations and groups, but found that even this was not providing me with either the stimulation or the challenges I needed to make me feel like a productive human being.' Never one to sit still or accept the apparently inevitable, which she herself now describes as 'boredom followed ...

  6. 'He would tell me about Hong Kong, and that it was beautiful'

    Posted Sep 11th 2006, 12:00am by Richard Luscombe

    ... a meeting they should have had that fateful morning. 'He was in a splendid mood. He laughed and gave me a beautiful smile, which I'll never forget,' she said. 'After he left my ... to make a new life for his family. 'That's why it's so hard that he's not alive. He would tell me about Hong Kong, and that it was a beautiful place but very expensive. I miss ...

  7. I stand on the side of law and reason- Ronnie Chan

    Posted May 13th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... In Jake van der Kamp's column of April 30, he challenges me to declare that my support of Beijing's position on Hong Kong's constitutional affairs has nothing to do with my ... constitutional affairs contradicts the Basic Law. I stand on the side of law and reason, and not on Beijing's or anyone's side. Let me relate two personal incidents: in 1996, I visited ...

  8. Letters

    Posted Jan 16th 2012, 12:00am

    ... countenance this? If it cannot use its power to roll back this despicable charge then it cannot claim to be the vanguard of entrepreneurialism and is, rather, an accomplice to these tactics ...

  9. Letters

    Posted Sep 24th 2011, 12:00am

    ... the United States' founding fathers structured the constitution to protect all citizens against such despicable behaviour. This ideal has sustained the US for 235 years, and as the Arab spring ...

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    Women thrive on passion to fuel professional goals

    Posted Oct 09th 2012, 12:00am by Jane Moir

    ... to Hong Kong to start the third business, people told me to learn from the recent events in London and not to do it," she says. "Now I have proved them wrong." The co-founder ... make a difference. She says: "I am not disabled by fear. I dive in, have a go, and constantly learn from those around me." She stresses that she has "carpe diem" tattooed ...




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