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  1. Business - Economy - JAKE'S VIEW

    Hong Kong doesn't need Morlocks from the Delta to fix labour woes

    Posted Feb 24th 2014, 03:51pm by Jake Van Der Kamp

    ... It doesn't fit well with a small, wealthy city that has only a tiny domestic market and a population that does not like to dirty its hands. In practice, what has happened is that virtually all ...

  2. News - China - POLLUTION

    Dongguan authorities admit water from Dongjiang not fit to drink

    Posted Aug 22nd 2012, 12:00am by Fiona Tam

    ... Fiona Tam fiona.tam@scmp.com Dongjiang water not fit to drink Dongguan authorities have admitted for the first time that water from the city's section of the Dongjiang, or East River, contains excessive levels of heavy metals and industrial pollutants and is not suitable for drinking for at least six months of the year. The Dongjiang, one of the world's most polluted ...

  3. Fitting success

    Posted Apr 20th 2012, 12:00am

    ... a tight rein on my brand. I want to create quality products that I totally control,' he says. Our interview is punctuated with questions from assistants about fittings as models strut around ... is sure that his success in the capricious Japanese market is due to the attention he pays to the needs of his clients. 'I do four fits, which means I can fit anyone in the world. ...

  4. How kids stay healthy with Hong Kong's lack of fitness space and pools in schools

    Posted Dec 04th 2011, 12:00am

    ... a swimming pool, either. I think fitness and health should be a high priority. What can I do? Hong Kong is a crowded and busy place, and it is often the case that schools operate in very cramped ... playgrounds and small gymnasiums will still follow a rigorous programme of physical activity designed to promote health and fitness. Ask your daughter's school about this. I have seen schools ...

  5. Cultural fit is key to management roles

    Posted Aug 06th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Billy Clarke Looking to claw your way up the corporate ladder? You might want to work on fitting in first. The latest Hudson Report shows that cultural fit is the leading attribute employers look for when hiring managers. The study, based on a survey of 1,550 employment decision-makers in Hong Kong, found that 60 per cent of respondents cited cultural fit as a key factor when ...

  6. Lee quits race to stay fit for Asian Games

    Posted Oct 24th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Chan Kin-wa His eyes firmly on next month's Asian Games, a cautious Daniel Lee Chi-wo dropped out midway through yesterday's K-Swiss ITU Asia Cup Hong Kong leg at Disneyland Resort on Lantau Island. Hong Kong's Lee, 33, said he preferred no ...

  7. New to HK but fitting in fast

    Posted Aug 12th 2010, 12:00am by Wong Yat-Hei

    ... Wong Yat-hei Cultural differences, the language barrier and discrimination are common obstacles faced by mainland students who are trying to start a new school life in Hong Kong. But one school has gone out of its way to make the newcomers feel at home, a ...

  8. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    No place for bad jokes in Hong Kong

    Posted Sep 01st 2012, 12:00am by Stephen Vines

    ... committed an offence fitting into the realm of activity by terrorists and that anyone seeing his post would have been shocked and offended. Lamentably, for those who are concerned by the civil ...

  9. Lifestyle - Arts & Culture

    Macau International Music Festival even more diverse

    Posted Sep 09th 2012, 12:00am by Andrew Sun

    ... waterfront. The good news is that one of Macau's oldest churches, St Lazarus, has been fitted with a new pipe organ and the festival will hold a choral and organ concert of sacred music there. ...

  10. Recycle 'biased' comics, environmentalist says

    Posted Aug 04th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Dennis Chong dennis.chong@scmp.com A set of educational comic books funded by the government's HK$5 billion Quality Education Fund are biased and fit only for the recycling pile, a teacher and green activist says. Roy Tam Hoi-pong collected more than 100 of the Basic Law Comic For Secondary School Students after they were handed out to his secondary school pupils ...




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