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  1. The awards list

    Posted Jul 01st 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Chun-yin; Elaine TSUI Yee-lin; MA Wai-luk; John Alan COX; WONG Che-kwong; Anthony WONG Wai-fung; YEUNG Yuk-fai; IP Kwok-fu; Alan LIU Ho-yee; LAU WONG Chun-lai; LAU Chi-keung; Stephen CHENG Se-lim; ... Kin-hing; WONG Dai-hai; WAN Koon-sun; Adrian YIP Chun-to; LAU Shat-kay; CHOI Luk-sing; William CHOI Siu-ming; Herbert TSOI Heung-sang; CHOI MA Oi-kuen; CHENG Chiu-kit; CHENG Kam-chung; TAI Kong; ...

  2. Sun Yat-sen museum sparks hopes for preservation revolution

    Posted Oct 17th 2004, 12:00am by Hark Yeung

    ... A $144 million project has triggered debate about how best to develop Hong Kong's historic sites, writes Hark Yeung The Sun Yat-sen Museum, which the government plans to open next ... member put forward the idea of building a museum for Sun,' says Joseph Ting Sun-pao, chief curator of the Hong Kong Museum of History. 'There were two options: to get a piece of land ...

  3. Tyranny of time tops teachers' pet hates

    Posted Sep 13th 2003, 12:00am by Linda Yeung

    ... EDUCATION REFORMS are all about enhancing teaching and learning. But from the teachers' perspective, they mean more and more work. Teaching, they say, is not changing for the better. As 1,133 teachers gathered for the annual Teachers' Day awards ...

  4. The truth is out there

    Posted Aug 24th 2003, 12:00am by Winnie Yeung

    ... Foreign researchers might be digging in landfills and scanning CCTV tapes, but Hong Kong observers seem reluctant to stoop to similar levels. 'We actually don't feel comfortable doing some of the things people do for research in foreign countrie ...

  5. People power

    Posted Jul 03rd 2003, 12:00am by Chris Yeung

    ... about the anti-subversion law. Among the first steps towards social reconciliation should be a postponement of the vote on the national security bill, set for July 9. Chris Yeung ...

  6. ENTER the icon

    Posted Jul 08th 2003, 12:00am by Mathew Scott, Winnie Yeung

    ... LIKE MANY A Hong Kong lad, Stephen Au Kam-tong walked the streets of the 1970s under the shadow of one man. 'He had this special kind of charm that everyone wanted to imitate,' explains the 40-year TVB actor. 'I was attracted by this charm. ...

  7. Yeung gets in touch with manly side

    Posted Jul 16th 2005, 12:00am by Susan Sprengeler

    ... Lee Wing-sze Work seems to be so overwhelming for singer Miriam Yeung Chin-wah that she needs someone to put her life back on track. 'My friends know me better than I know ... he'd written a song for me called To the Happiest Person, which was sung by Gigi Leung [Wing-kei],' Yeung said. 'He told me to listen to the lyrics. I think he wanted the song ...

  8. War and Beauty

    Posted Sep 06th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... is upset when he sees Luk and Sin together and gives Sin a lecture. Sin can no longer tolerate Ngok and tries to leave the palace, but is stopped by Mo. While trying to retrieve a lost kite, Shun meets Fok and the two become close friends. Yeung suspects that Shun and Fok are sisters and asks Chun for confirmation. Chun says that it would be unwise to seek the truth. Fok asks Yeung ...

  9. The Gentle Crackdown

    Posted May 23rd 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... to hunt down a tiger on the mountain. Lau orders his trusted assistant Siu Chuen to investigate Wong. County landlords try to bribe Lau and he accepts the bribe. Mui despises him, until she sees ... but is accidentally saved by Luk Sau Ku. Luk is Mui's aunt. Sui Tung Lau (Moses Chan Ho) : new county governor; Sup Yi Mui (Niki Chow): criminal hunter; Si Ki Wong (Lai Yiu-cheung): county governor ...

  10. What's On

    Posted May 14th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... DANCE SHOW Local choreographers/dancers Yeung Wai-mei and Mui Cheuk-yin present Ambiguity Live on Stage, which combines music, video and poetry. The performance features music by alternative composer Kung Chi-shing and a poetry reading by film/theatre critic Lo Wai-luk. The show will be staged tomorrow at 9.30pm at Fringe Club's O2 Theatre. Tickets at $99 (adults) and $80 ...




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