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  1. Taste of decadence on show- but do you have space for the finest?

    Posted Nov 19th 2008, 12:00am by Andrew Sun, Vivian Chen

    ... with Andrew Sun. Additional reporting by Clara Mak and Vivian Chen. It was a cocktail of aspirational living on Monday at the furnishings shop Andante. The Ruttonjee Centre showroom usually just features the fixtures of Italian deluxe furniture maker Mino ...

  2. FYI: Why do some Hong Kong street names seem to have no connection to the area they are in?

    Posted Jan 20th 2008, 12:00am by Jason Wordie

    ... Jason Wordie A ramble through Hong Kong's history can seem like urban archaeology; constant redevelopment has obliterated what went before, and all too often street names provide the few- obscure- clues to what was. One example is the word 'pray ...

  3. Feeling hemmed in on the MTR? Here's a lesson in what not to do

    Posted Jan 12th 2008, 12:00am by Alex Lo

    ... with Alex Lo The MTR provides many superb services. Perhaps it should also consider anger management for passengers. Being crowded into trains like sardines in rush hour is a recipe for conflicts. Disputes over seats and elbow room are daily occurrences, ...

  4. Hats off to swim race organisers

    Posted Aug 28th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Lei Yue Mun to Quarry Bay Park. It's taken 33 years. That's too long a break for what will undoubtedly become a high-profile event. For me, coming as I do from Sri Lanka, the number ... But we hear every day that the air we breathe is poisonous, the food we eat is chemically laced, the water we drink is polluted- and yet we are all still around, aren't we? A modicum ...

  5. When 'let's do brunch' goes with pearls and caviar

    Posted May 03rd 2007, 12:00am by Reggie Ho

    ... Reggie Ho Dining out is without a doubt one of the best ways to celebrate any occasion. If your mum enjoys bubbly, then a Mother's Day brunch buffet with unlimited champagne or sparkling wine included is in order. TOTT's Asian Grill & Bar (T ...

  6. Readers do their bit for war effort

    Posted Nov 06th 2003, 12:00am by Virginia Maher

    ... Virginia Maher The South China Morning Post raised a total $2,748,068.60 for a war fund it launched in 1940. The second world war was under way in Europe when the paper kicked off the fund in June 1940 with a donation of $5,000. Members of the public were ...

  7. Belated proof that we do care about our history

    Posted Dec 14th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... it is right to stand by decisions and live with the criticism. Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen has set the bar high for his government by promising a can-do administration that delivers strong ... alone its own expert consultants. Otherwise, it is little more than window dressing. If the protesters and petitioners have achieved anything, it is to affirm that Hong Kong people do care about ...

  8. Do you prefer private or public transport?

    Posted Apr 04th 2005, 12:00am by Oliver Kwan, Pulcheria Chung

    ... 18 Delia School of Canada I prefer private transportation any day. I hate to have to do what everyone else is doing. But the biggest reason is that public transport workers make me unhappy. ...

  9. Letters

    Posted Oct 28th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... government; such groups do this sort of work everywhere from eastern Europe to South America. Their presence is not a secret, nor is it remarkable. Second, people in Myanmar have a heritage ... lessons of their own struggles. The idea that they might now somehow need to be taught how to do so is akin to suggesting that grandma should have lessons in peeling onions. Third, there are many ...

  10. Only the best will do

    Posted Sep 09th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Local tipplers have moved on from hooch, writes Kevin Sinclair There was nothing classy about drinking in the early days of Hong Kong. Grog was served aboard Royal Navy ships and rum was also a favoured tipple in the watering holes that flourished along t ...




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