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  1. Letters

    Posted Aug 26th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... ('Now and then: hot dogs', August 12). I would also like to comment on two points. First, Mr Wordie writes that dog meat can be found in most supermarkets just across the border from Hong Kong. In fact, a recent survey by our staff revealed that while dog meat can be found in a few supermarkets, it is certainly not widely available. In fact, as awareness of the brutality involved ...

  2. HK must get rid of dog-eat-dog mentality and be creative again

    Posted Jul 12th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... adult life in Hong Kong, I have seen 'Asia's world city' deteriorate into a dog-eat-dog world that has finally turned rabid. Today, it is rare to have true friendships, business ...

  3. Weather blamed for fresh-meat shortage

    Posted Jan 17th 2008, 12:00am by Agnes Lam, Kelly Chan

    ... Agnes Lam, Kelly Chan and Eva Wu No fresh beef will be available for sale in Hong Kong today, and the retail price of pork jumped more than 10 per cent yesterday. The major livestock importer said bad weather had disrupted the supply of live cattle and pi ...

  4. Don's 'dogs' jibe outrageous, official says

    Posted Feb 16th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Lo Wei wei.lo@scmp.com The government has responded for the first time to disparaging comments about Hongkongers by Peking University professor Kong Qingdong, calling his remarks 'outrageous' and 'abusive'. Kong called Hongkongers 'running dogs for the British government' on an internet talk show on January 19 in reaction to an incident on the MTR in which ...

  5. 'Don must apologise for calling Hongkongers dogs'

    Posted Feb 01st 2012, 12:00am

    ... Joyee Chan Peking University students in Hong Kong have issued an open letter calling on their professor, Kong Qingdong, to apologise for labelling Hongkongers 'dogs'. The rant by the Beijing university's nationalist professor was prompted by a viral video of a row on an MTR train between locals and a mainland family eating on board. The 22 students who co-signed ...

  6. slice of life

    Posted Jun 22nd 2004, 12:00am by Virginia Maher

    ... Service. Mr Maclehose said he did not know where his next posting would be. Sixteen people were fined for having dog meat after the police intercepted public vehicles at roadblocks at Tsuen Wan and Sha Tin over the weekend. They were each fined $100. The quantities of dog meat seized weighed from 1 to 8 catties. The Park Hotel in Kowloon was offering weekend tea dances, at 4.30pm ...

  7. talk back

    Posted Feb 08th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... other meat that is not prepared as per Islamic practice. This brings me to a point about French fries being sold at McDonald's restaurants in Hong Kong. An innocent vegetarian consumer ... the police, district councils and animal-related organisations- to educate owners and handlers of dogs to be mindful of the right to peace and passage of passers-by and runners. I hope the police ...

  8. Letters

    Posted Feb 27th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Dog slaughter and vegetarians I refer to Alex Lo's column ('One man's meat...', February 18). I wonder if he would have written the article in that way if he knew how dog meat is prepared for market in the traditional way? In the winter of 1969-70, I was walking the hills above Sha Tin when I came upon a remote, abandoned village. In the clearing in front ...

  9. Fashion goes to the dogs but it's still up-market

    Posted Jan 09th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... of haute couture clothing for your Yorkshire terrier. Enter GG Made In Tokyo. A shop in Sai Kung dedicated to kitting out any small, furry dog in a line of clothes so cutesy it would make even the most stubborn dog hater go 'ah!'. 'Hong Kong people love their dogs. And it's fun to dress them up and make them look beautiful,' says Chan Ka-lai, the woman behind ...

  10. Pampered pups to the rescue

    Posted Dec 05th 2003, 12:00am by Tinnie Chow

    ... walk, which starts at 11am on Sunday, is sponsored by Post 97, which will donate its proceeds to Hong Kong Dog Rescue. The organisation's Sally Anderson has been using her own savings and time to help save Hong Kong's abandoned dogs. To join the dog parade, show up at the Peak lookout before 11am. The walk ends at Post 97, where there will be an auction of goodies by TVB ...




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