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  1. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Bubble Soccer, SUP Yoga and trampolining … HK goes mad for crazy sports

    Posted Jul 26th 2014, 11:10pm by JENNI MARSH

    ... sports crazes sweeping Hong Kong this summer. The Japanese had no hand in Stand-Up Paddle Yoga, though- for this we can thank the Hawaiians (and Berlin-born athlete Nadine Bubner and Canadian Diana Cheung who have brought the sport to Hong Kong). SUP Yoga (www.supyogahongkong.com) sees yogis hold hatha and vinyasa poses while balancing on a 10 foot-long paddleboard, just off Stanley ...

    http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1558136/something-new-bubble-soccer
  2. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    My life: Peter Allison

    Posted Jul 26th 2014, 11:10pm by Kate Whitehead

    ... snow leopards.   Peter Allison was in Hong Kong to promote Wilderness Safaris (www.wilderness-safaris.com), a luxury ecotourism company.     ...

    http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1558117/my-life-peter-allison
  3. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    So near, yet so feared: teething troubles

    Posted Jul 26th 2014, 11:10pm by cecilie gamst berg

    ... and produce such great tunes I'll be damned if I can't learn the banjo. And as soon as I got back to Hong Kong I bought a banjo and began. I also printed out all my photos of Mr Wang et al ...

    http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1558138/so-near-yet-so-feared
  4. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Six degrees

    Posted Jul 26th 2014, 11:10pm by AAYUSH NIROULA

    ... Aayush Niroula Aayush Niroula Lawrence Osborne was in town this month to discuss the portrayal of Hong Kong and Macau in French and British literature at the Asia Society- ironic, as these are two cities the nomadic British-born travel writer hasn't lived in. The Cambridge- and Harvard-educated wanderer has jobbed as a journalist in Mexico, searched for fossils in the Morrocan ...

    http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1558147/six-degrees
  5. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Then & now: finite arts

    Posted Jul 26th 2014, 11:10pm by Jason Wordie

    ... rebuild? This attitude partially explains the apparent disconnect when older temple and clan hall buildings in various parts of Hong Kong were rebuilt in the 1980s and 90s; reconstructed walls used ...

    http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1558148/then-now-finite-arts
  6. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Then & now: Blowing their trumpet

    Posted Jul 19th 2014, 10:53pm by Jason Wordie

    ... documenting aspects of life in the mainland, Hong Kong and among the overseas Chinese diaspora, describe these events. In the 1950s, funeral processions for the wealthy and socially prominent could ... by the late 19th century a new innovation had come into vogue in the Chinese world- the European-style brass band. Hong Kong, and other foreign-influenced cities in China, such as Shanghai ...

    http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1556131/then-now-blowing-their-trumpet
  7. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Rant: Striking a SAR note

    Posted Jul 19th 2014, 10:52pm by Robby Nimmo

    ... Robby Nimmo Robby Nimmo Striking a SAR note A radio show recently asked listeners to come up with ideas for Hong Kong musicals. A few thoughts immediately sprang to mind … Billy Spelliot could be a show about a boy who thought he was the only person left in Hong Kong who cared about putting letters in the right order. His mission? To erase the green grocer's apostrophe ...

    http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1555555/rant-striking-sar-note
  8. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Then & now: schools of hard knocks

    Posted Jul 12th 2014, 11:21pm by Jason Wordie

    ... Hong Kong's colonial education policies have failed an entire generation and some are still paying the price, writes Jason Wordie Schools of hard knocks Free universal primary education was introduced in Hong Kong only as recently as 1971. Consequently, significant numbers of people (the youngest are in their early 50s) are either completely illiterate, or so functionally ...

    http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1550965/then-now-schools-hard-knocks
  9. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Something new: blind dates at Alchemy in the Dark

    Posted Jul 12th 2014, 11:21pm by JENNI MARSH

    ... to Alchemy in the Dark, Hong Kong's first full-time restaurant in total darkness. Upon arrival, diners brief the chef on their allergies, lock away their mobile phones and enter the windowless ... to Saturday, from 7pm to 11pm. Reservations are required. A three-course meal with wine pairing costs HK$700 per person. Five per cent of all profits go to the Hong Kong Society for the Blind.   ...

    http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1550984/something-new-blind-dates-alchemy-dark
  10. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Reflections: razing the dead

    Posted Jul 12th 2014, 11:21pm by Wee Kek Koon

    ... Wee Kek Koon Razing the dead Mirroring the world of the living, the property market for the dead in Hong Kong faces issues of high demand, low supply and astronomical prices. Columbarium niches are so expensive here that many choose to have their ashes laid to rest on the mainland. Personally, I want my cremated ashes scattered – not in Hong Kong, for it is polluted enough, ...

    http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1548845/reflections-razing-dead

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