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    Posted Oct 07th 2011, 12:00am

    ... A friend who lives near Apple headquarters called and told me he saw a brilliant rainbow without any rain. That may be how God remembers Jobs Kai-fu Lee, founder of technology incubator Innovation Works and former president of Google China We admired his spirit, his creativity and his passion. He not only changed the technology industry, he changed the world Lenovo chief executive ...

  2. Pollution fears spark outcry on refinery project

    Posted Feb 25th 2008, 12:00am by Klaudia Lee

    ... Klaudia Lee Lawmakers urge delay to huge Guangzhou oil plant construction The construction of a US$5 billion oil refinery near Guangzhou - said to be the largest joint venture on the mainland - is facing stiff opposition over concerns that it will aggravate air pollution in the Pearl River Delta. Guangdong People's Congress delegate Liu Yiling, who is also the director ...

  3. Power firm plans major cut in carbon emissions

    Posted Mar 10th 2008, 12:00am by Lee Wing-Sze

    ... Company aims to eliminate 75 per cent of greenhouse gases by 2050 by investing in cleaner sources of energy, writes Lee Wing-sze Hong Kong's biggest electricity company, CLP Holdings, plans to eliminate 75 per cent of carbon emissions by 2050 in its drive to reduce the impact of global warming, which may have contributed to the coldest winter here in more than 40 years. ...

  4. The Development of Banks in Shanghai and Hong Kong

    Posted Dec 06th 2007, 12:00am by Jade Lee-Duffy

    ... Jade Lee-Duffy Hong Kong Museum of History Today-Mar 24, 2008 Looking at Hong Kong's skyline, it's hard not to notice the futuristic Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation building and I.M. Pei's 72-storey geometric Bank of China skyscraper in Central. But how did these banks, along with other financial institutions from Hong Kong and Shanghai, become ...

  5. Stocks a better bet than homes, says Lee

    Posted Jun 06th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Peggy Sito and Paggie Leung Henderson Land Development chairman Lee Shau-kee says investing in stocks in Hong Kong is more profitable than investing in property. Lee, speaking after ... price is just HK$40,' said Lee. Because of the big discount, Lee reckons property stocks will see huge growth potential. He cited an example: 'If your boyfriend gives you HK$10 million ...

  6. Henderson's Lee says transactions are genuine

    Posted Mar 20th 2010, 12:00am by Fox Yi Hu

    ... Fox Yi Hu Henderson Group chairman Lee Shau-kee says he is willing to bet 100 to 1 that no transaction for apartments at the 39 Conduit Road block was faked. But records from the Land ... Lee explained that some buyers had asked to delay payments and therefore the sale of some flats had yet to be completed. 'They asked for the transactions to be delayed. I said, 'no ...

  7. Lee finds pricey stock offerings a turn-off

    Posted Sep 25th 2009, 12:00am by Peggy Sito

    ... Peggy Sito Henderson Land Development chairman Lee Shau-kee is losing interest in initial public offerings. Yesterday, he warned investors to be careful about new listings, saying they were too pricey these days. 'An IPO is just like a chicken rib,' said Lee, meaning it is something that is hard to give up even though it is tasteless. 'A stock is valued at HK$1 ...

  8. Lee Shau-kee denies wrongdoings

    Posted Mar 01st 2008, 12:00am by Chloe Lai, Peggy Sito

    ... Chloe Lai in Shanghai and Peggy Sito Property tycoon Lee Shau-kee admitted yesterday that his extended family, including his mainland-based younger brother Li Zhaonan, had invested in companies listed there. But he said the stakes were small and the shares had been bought cheaply many years ago. Mr Lee was responding to a newspaper report that his brother had 200 million A shares ...

  9. Lee's bet prompts rebound in HK stocks

    Posted Nov 24th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Wong Ka-chun, Jonathan Yang and Daniel Ren in Shanghai Hong Kong stocks rebounded yesterday after investors were cheered by Lee Shau-kee's decision to gradually pour HK$10 billion into the market to bolster his portfolio. Shrugging off the United States subprime crisis, buyers pushed the Hang Seng Index 2.06 per cent higher to 26,541.09 points as they bet Mr Lee, known ...

  10. Lee pushes back bullish target to early next year

    Posted Nov 19th 2007, 12:00am by Denise Tsang

    ... Denise Tsang Lee Shau-kee, a bullish stock investor, is less optimistic about the stock market as volatile trading prompts him to push back his call of the benchmark Hang Seng Index ... market. Mr Lee also poured cold water on a prediction by Stanley Ho Hung-sun, chairman of rival developer Shun Tak Holdings, that the index would end the year at 40,000 points. The Hang Seng Index ...




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