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  1. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    So near yet so feared: where a dog's dinner

    Posted Feb 03rd 2013, 12:00am by cecilie gamst berg

    ... The dog-as-food industry in China is growing fast, ironically as more people keep dogs as pets. Another time in Sichuan, L and I got on a sleeper bus with no other passengers. We were congratulating ... with a dash of reindeer), but was very gristly and full of little bones. A common Westerner-in-China quip when eating, for example, beef noodles is, "Bwa-ha-ha, this is probably the cook's ...

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    Then & now: running to fat

    Posted Nov 08th 2014, 10:10pm by Jason Wordie

    ... Jason Wordie The fuse of China’s obesity time bomb was lit during recent, remembered eras of haunting privation, writes Jason Wordie Running to fat To no one’s surprise, an obesity ... are a distressingly common sight – on the mainland weight-loss camps are now a growth industry as parents appear unable to control their pampered offspring’s food intake. While today being porky is socially ...

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    City scope: Windows to the past

    Posted Jul 19th 2014, 10:52pm by Anna Chen

    ... this summer. And if you thought Britain was a country that didn't "make" anything any more, the IFB's emphasis on hi-tech industries serves as a reminder of what the nation does so well: the manufacturing, advanced engineering, automotive and aerospace sectors are all thriving. Having been booked to read poetry for the festival's China Day, I discovered the city has ...

  4. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Then & now: counter action

    Posted Aug 02nd 2014, 11:31pm by Jason Wordie

    ... Few industries have benefited from an influx of mainlanders as much as the local pharmacy game, writes Jason Wordie Counter action What businesses have boomed exponentially in recent years ... pharmaceuticals in other jurisdictions could be purchased over the counter in these shops. After 1950, when, in the wake of the Korean war, a United Nations embargo on China trade was enforced, Hong Kong ...

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    City scope: claims to inflame

    Posted Aug 02nd 2014, 11:31pm by Petti Fong

    ... students more support. "We've received calls from senior people in the real-estate industry expressing real concerns about the policy," says Denike. The trustees say they've ... culture, they just don't talk about homosexuality," she says. "The Christian missions in Hong Kong, China- with all their good intentions- they tell people that being gay or lesbian ...

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    My life: Robert Joseph

    Posted Jul 12th 2014, 11:21pm by Robby Nimmo

    ... and then in China. Later, I took it to Japan, Russia, Poland, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore. I would probably qualify for the Guinness Book of Records for having run the most competitions, over 50 of them. ... three Brits making a wine in southern France called Le Grand Noir, with a black sheep on the label. DIVORCED FROM REALITY If the wine industry and the consumer were in a relationship, ...

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    Then & now: a storeyed history

    Posted Oct 14th 2012, 12:00am

    ... will be a lovely place when they’ve finished building it. Humorous though this may be, sometimes it really does seem as though it will never be completed. Construction, demolition and associated industries ... adjourning to the famed Guangzhou Restaurant, in Shek Tong Tsui, for a celebratory dinner. Most materials used these days are imported. But from the late 19th century, construction-related industries ...

  8. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Then & now: Fit to print

    Posted Nov 16th 2013, 10:30pm

    ... jurisdictions within a small geographical area. This curious state of affairs – even more curious now given that Hong Kong and Macau have politically been part of China since 1997 and 1999, respectively – has often led to creative circumvention of each jurisdiction’s laws. Publishing in general, and the newspaper industry in particular, offers interesting perspectives on how this worked ...

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    My life: David Tod Roy

    Posted Mar 29th 2014, 10:12pm by RONG XIAOQING

    ... (Andrew Tod Roy) was a missionary and a professor in the philosophy department at the University of Nanking. My mother was also a missionary. My parents had been in China since 1930. In 1936, they took me and my brother back to the United States. The Japanese war began in 1937. When we went back to China in the winter of 1938, the University of Nanking had moved to Chengdu, to escape ...

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    Rant: Horror shores

    Posted Aug 25th 2013, 12:00am by Stuart Heaver

    ... and observe them in their full horror. What happened to that golden era when people went to the beach to sunbathe, picnic and enjoy a refreshing swim in the cooling waters of the South China Sea? These days, very few are courageous enough to attempt swimming in that toxic soup, with all manner of plastic debris floating on its surface like industrial croutons. Official figures indicate ...




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