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  1. Woods hopes Free Judgement shows Europe form

    Posted Jan 22nd 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Patrick Allen Trainer Sean Woods is hoping import Free Judgement will bring his European form to Sha Tin tomorrow to surprise some of the big names in the Group One Mercedes-Benz Hong Kong Classic Mile (1,600m). Free Judgement will line up against some highly talented, and highly rated, competitors who have the advantage of local experience and race fitness. Lucky Nine, Little ...

  2. 18 groups share HK$39m fund to foster creativity

    Posted Feb 08th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Of 98 applications received, nine from music, visual arts and drama groups were selected for 'springboard' grants, which offer a 200 per cent matching grant for a maximum of two years and for up to HK$3 million to a group that can secure an income of HK$1 million. Recipients can apply for subsequent grants of up to HK$4.5 million for three more years. Nine proposals, including ...

  3. Letters

    Posted Jan 26th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... when friends who live on Hong Kong Island invited us to spend Christmas and new year with them. We were lucky enough to spend 13 days in a city so different to anything we had experienced ... with the breathtaking cable car, the Star Ferry, the Peak Tram, to the simple delights of walking along the beach at Repulse Bay on Boxing Day, proved the critics wrong. My children (aged 11, nine and seven) ...

  4. Letters

    Posted Jul 15th 2011, 12:00am

    ... hundreds of fans could not buy tickets on July 5, even though they queued up some nine hours before the A1 Division championship match between Winling and South China. During the East Asian Games, ... lucky to get tickets were all seated at the far end of the arena behind the basket. Many of the best seats near the court were vacant. The reason was that tickets for the best seats were given ...

  5. A taste for enterprise developed in the kitchen

    Posted May 02nd 2011, 12:00am

    ... her business for nine years, ANT Group merged with SINOVA last year. ANT Group offers many secretarial services for companies and fund houses, and wanted to use SINOVA as a platform to enter ... to wait for three weeks to complete an application for doing some business, but in Hong Kong, it might take three days to do so. How do you balance your personal and working lives? I am lucky ...

  6. Winds drop and so does San San

    Posted Sep 22nd 2003, 12:00am by Tim Maitland

    ... San, who, uncharacteristically, had only managed one top-10 finish in the first eight races, slipped further down the overall standings to 12th after a 23rd place in race nine and a 13th ... known as Pont. 'I was very lucky to have the conditions suit my style of sailing. I am especially happy that it was gusty and shifty. ' ...

  7. Too much, too young

    Posted Jul 03rd 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... business, these are some of the phrases I've heard: 'I never fly anything but first class.'- a nine-year-old. 'My family's not super rich, just a decent amount ... In hindsight, I feel rather lucky that my parents kept me out of the loop because I was spared the stress of it all. Hong Kong children today are not so lucky. Not only do they live in a highly ...

  8. Lai See

    Posted Apr 01st 2010, 12:00am by Luisa Tam

    ... and also HK$3.3 million on consulting. The revamp ran up a HK$6.1 million tab! The original logo took 11 months to materialise, costing HK$9 million, but was only in service for nine years. ... 'To get rich is glorious,' can this be what he had in mind, we wonder? Millionaire scavenger Some lucky people are born into wealth and privilege; some have to accumulate it, letting ...

  9. letters

    Posted Nov 09th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... the answer, I will have a completely new life. Yung Yiu More blessed to give than to receive Hong Kong people are lucky as we are a relatively rich community. So, if we are able help others, why turn ... of encouragement from the Hong Kong students, they will keep working hard. In turn, the Hong Kong students will appreciate how lucky they are. They will develop their organisational skills and learn ...

  10. Pushing it to the limit- and then beyond

    Posted Nov 27th 2011, 12:00am

    ... that had taken them to the wilds of northern Tasmania, there to submit their bodies to 375 kilometres of mountain-biking, 225km of trekking, and 140km of kayaking over a gruelling nine ... while Pierre runs his own [mountain-bike] company so it's all a matter of fitting it into your schedule, of finding the hours. We are lucky in Hong Kong because of the mountains and trails ...




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