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  1. Week ahead

    Posted May 20th 2012, 12:00am

    ... and the Eastern District Council present a talk by a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner on how to prepare nourishing soups for pregnant women and mothers who have recently given birth. ...

  2. Going out

    Posted Feb 12th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Sha Tin, HK$10, free on Wed. Inquiries: 2180 8188. Ends Mar 12 Artistic Inclusion of the East and West: Apprentice to Master Exhibition of 18th- and 19th-century Chinese export paintings ... (1901-1966)'s successors and stars from the Mei Lanfang Peking Opera Troupe perform 10 Veterans to Restore the Han. HK Arts Festival programme. In Beijing dialect with Chinese surtitles ...

  3. Be upstanding

    Posted Sep 20th 2009, 12:00am by Daniel Jeffreys

    ... Daniel Jeffreys A pregnant woman walks onto a crowded MTR train on which all the seats are full. Assuming you are seated in one of them, what do you do? If the travellers around me ... a pregnant woman, an elderly person or disabled traveller stand on a subway train if they had a seat to offer. The firefighters who trooped into Manhattan's twin towers eight years ago were ...

  4. talk back

    Posted Jan 29th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... coming from the north. An entrepreneur would see mainland mothers as a big business not to be missed. Due to traditional Chinese thinking and the one-child policy, there are many pregnant mainland mothers who can afford our service and are willing to pay. Why doesn't Hong Kong provide a through-train service for them, from the moment the mother is pregnant to after the baby ...

  5. The Planner

    Posted Dec 10th 2011, 12:00am

    ... clockenflap.com Mirror Image HK Dance Company's experimental dance theatre production inspired by classical Chinese dance, the changing seasons and different types of flowers. Dec 10-11, 2.45pm, ... and German with Chinese and English surtitles. Dec 10, 3pm, also 8pm, Dec 11, 5pm, HK Cultural Centre, 10 Salisbury Rd, TST, HK$160, HK$280 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2893 8704 Birdhouse Factory ABA ...

  6. The Planner

    Posted Feb 26th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Gallery, Shop 5, G/F, 6-20 Po Tuck St, Sai Ying Pun. Inquiries: 2803 2151. Ends today Rainbow of the Moon Paintings created using traditional Chinese gongbi techniques by Eunice Cheung Wai-man ... Shing. Inquiries: 2736 9623. Ends Mar 11 Performing Arts 5____(5): The Interview in Synch Interactive theatre work involving a pregnant woman's story told through the reincarnations of five ...

  7. When Chinese Opera Meets Cello

    Posted Nov 21st 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Taiwanese cellist Chang Chen-chieh (far right) teams up with opera actor Zhu Lu-hao (right). Today and tomorrow, 7.30pm, Kwang Hwa Information and Culture Centre, 49/F Central Plaza, 18 Harbour Rd, Wan Chai, free, booking required. Inquiries: 2588 7980 ...

  8. Past perfect

    Posted Aug 07th 2011, 12:00am

    ... with Chinese-motif grills, and old-world brass door handles and switch plates. He then filled it with antique furniture- including a Qing dynasty dining table with its original stools, an 18th-century vanity ... Street, Central, tel: 2523 7584), with Chinese horseshoe chairs (HK$7,000 for two) from Wonder Dragon (54A Hollywood Road, tel: 2526 8863). He sourced Aspen silk (HK$7,250) from Jim Thompson (9 ...

  9. Built to scale

    Posted Jul 15th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Nadine Bateman You might wonder how a couple who favour minimalism and white walls could possibly accommodate a baby in their elegant apartment. But Bonnie Chu and her investment banker husband, Samuel Yue, who have a five-month-old son, Isaac, have achieved the improbable. Chu became pregnant around the time the couple bought their apartment in Repulse Bay, so some of their plans ...

  10. A storied silhouette

    Posted Apr 08th 2012, 12:00am

    ... women clad in figure-hugging Chinese dresses. But like bat-winged junks on the harbour, safari suits and rickshaws, the trademark cheong-sam has largely vanished. The dress was only widely worn ... throughout the Chinese world, and by the late 1930s, it was a common sight from Penang in Malaysia to Hong Kong and further afield. A mark of modernity, the cheongsam elegantly symbolised the growing ...




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