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  1. Talkback

    Posted Oct 22nd 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... free provision of milk formula in public hospitals saved public funds. This is absurd. The provision of free milk formula has only one purpose: to increase business for the formula milk companies. If mothers choose to give their babies formula milk they can purchase it from a shop- in the same way they would buy other non- essential child-care items. No public funds would be used ...

  2. Letters

    Posted Sep 19th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... they are bombarded with adverts day after day making health and developmental claims regarding formula milk. The World Health Assembly of the WHO has specifically called for a prohibition of such claims ... supportive of breastfeeding. Intentional extrinsic contamination of formula milk is to be condemned but intrinsic contamination of powdered infant formula with pathogens is a known risk that could ...

  3. Wen pledges to restore confidence in food safety within two years

    Posted Nov 01st 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... the government has made since the revelation in early September that melamine, a toxic industrial chemical used to make plastic and glue, had been added to baby milk formula to make it appear richer ... melamine-tainted milk formula manufactured by the Sanlu Group, the Ministry of Health said. Several countries have recalled or banned imports from China after traces of melamine were found in various food ...

  4. Formula One circuit would just make pollution worse in HK

    Posted Oct 09th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... I refer to the letter by Guy Shirra ('We could have had F1 circuit', September 30). I would object to a Formula One track or indeed any other type of car-racing circuit in Hong Kong. In an age where global warming and pollution are primary concerns, the toxic emissions from petrol-driven racing car engines can only cause further damage to our environment. While some ...

  5. Letters

    Posted Oct 02nd 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... returned from Singapore and the superbly organised Formula One event, the contrast with Hong Kong's latest sporting event could not be greater. Singapore's race involved the most widely ... enough noise and air pollution. In a sane world F1 would be banned. Carina Pico, Discovery Bay Nation must lose its dark side Regarding the tainted milk scandal, this is not the first time ...

  6. Beyond tidy formulas

    Posted Feb 24th 2004, 12:00am by Tony Latter

    ... Tony Latter When US Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan says- as he did a couple of weeks ago- that the US economy is doing all right, the world seems to breathe a sigh of relief. It appears reassured that the spend-as-if-there's-no-tomorrow atti ...

  7. Lai See

    Posted Jun 26th 2010, 12:00am by Luisa Tam

    ... now has its banner advert running on 'iPhone AM730', a part of Gravitas' mobile advertising network to drive audience traffic to its new trade show mobile site. AM730, a leading free Chinese-language newspaper, has a daily readership of more than 600,000. To target trendy quality readers, TDC has worked with Gravitas to extend the advertising network to the iPhone ...

  8. Green Games a long-term goal, says Sarah Liao

    Posted Jun 02nd 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... and activities. Dr Liao said London's ambition of a carbon-neutral Olympics in 2012 would be 'tremendously difficult'. Even working out a formula to calculate the London Games' carbon ... as whether carbon emissions produced from watching the Games on TV and activities during the advertisement breaks should be included,' she said. When Beijing made its Games bid in the late ...

  9. Neon-liberalism

    Posted Jul 24th 2008, 12:00am by Christine Loh

    ... these streets and Hong Kong's buzz of activity. Owners compete by putting up bigger signs. Building owners are paid for allowing advertising; this has been seen as 'normal' for the city's commercial life. In reality, putting up signage has been poorly regulated, even though signs can cause injuries if they should fall- indeed, one advertising sign crashed to the ground ...

  10. Why ditching diesel buses won't be easy

    Posted May 17th 2010, 12:00am by Amanda Lee

    ... to fit the overhead wires, advertising signs hanging directly above trolley bus wires would have to be removed,' said a consultant who was familiar with the 2000 study but did not want ... transport consultants and analysts say the regulatory framework should be reviewed, because operating costs have become unmanageable. For example, the fare adjustment formula used by the government ...




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