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  1. Queen knights top banker and tycoon

    Posted Jun 12th 2005, 12:00am by Raymond Ma

    ... Charitable Foundations for improving health care and alleviating poverty in China, Nepal and Southeast Asia, and the Gurkha Welfare Trust in Nepal to provide assistance to British Gurkha ex-servicemen. Knight Bachelor is the most ancient form of British knighthood, having existed since the time of King Henry III, who reigned from 1207-72. It is awarded for public service to those who do ...

  2. Phone docs

    Posted Jul 25th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... A telemedical centre may be introduced in Hong Kong, providing 24-hour telephone health care. Would you be happy to get medical advice on the phone, rather than visiting a doctors' surgery? Write to us. ...

  3. Mother of HK panda focus of abuse claim

    Posted Jan 08th 2009, 12:00am by Fiona Tam

    ... But, as one netizen wrote, nobody could imagine a grandmother living such a miserable life and not receiving necessary health care. 'I couldn't hold back my tears when I saw ... to ensure it hasn't been mistreated or neglected,' Wolong director Zhang Hemin was quoted by the West China Metropolis Daily as saying. According to Xinhua, the Shenzhen park has already ...

  4. Sars heroes denied top honour

    Posted Jul 01st 2003, 12:00am by Mary Ann, Mary Ann Benitez

    ... was because she volunteered at great risk. 'She represents the best conduct of a health-care worker. She really sacrificed her life.' He said the honours committee followed standards set ... Hospital; Kate Cheng Ha-yan, a doctor at Tai Po Hospital; and health-care assistants Lau Kam-yung and Tang Heung-may of United Christian Hospital. Two private doctors who died of Sars - James Lau ...

  5. An incurable optimist in China

    Posted Nov 06th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... international-standard pharmaceutical operations to the China market and is still guiding initiatives to provide better health care for millions of mainlanders. As Pfizer's regional president for north ... in this respect, the company has been fortunate to establish partnerships with many key players in the health care arena. Seeing China's remarkable emergence on the global stage has also made me ...

  6. One man's pet is another man's peeve

    Posted Jul 14th 2011, 12:00am

    ... all, where a billion people lack access to health care systems, according to the US-based Population Reference Bureau. Where, even in the US, notoriously absent in universal health care, 56 million Americans lack 'ready access to a source of primary health care', according to a 2008 study by the Robert Graham Centre. Around the world, more than 100 million human beings ...

  7. Pillow Talk

    Posted Jul 02nd 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... also seemed frowning and cheerless. We also realised though, that the public health care system had stumbled upon some miracle healing powers. When we were paying thousands a night, a Caesarian ... market for eggplant. The same goes for health care. For the birth of our first child we opted for the 'first class' package at a private hospital. It sounded a bit like booking ...

  8. City's greying population extends to geriatric pets

    Posted Oct 13th 2005, 12:00am by Patsy Moy

    ... years. Improved health care was prolonging the lives of pets, said Dr Gray, as well as better knowledge among pet owners, who could now easily obtain and exchange information on the internet. She ... nutrition- 'all these things are basically making them live longer'. While better health care prolonged animals' lives, Dr Gray said it was equally important to provide a 'quality ...

  9. Singapore medical bill is heart-stopping

    Posted Jun 22nd 2011, 12:00am

    ... the prospect of working in the Lion City. Still, the publicity has done nothing for Singapore. The city is at the forefront of social and technological advances in Asia. It certainly has much to contribute to international health care. But to operate medical tourism successfully, you not only need a reputation for technical and service excellence; you need to be perceived as being good value ...

  10. Expressions of fighting spirit hit by bureaucratic delay

    Posted Mar 13th 2004, 12:00am by Mary Ann, Mary Ann Benitez

    ... who died were doctors Kate Cheng Ha-yan and Joanna Tse Yuen-man, nurse Lau Wing-kai and health-care assistants Lau Kam-yung, Wong Kang-tai and Tang Heung-may. Two private doctors died of Sars- ... exercise last July to gauge public opinion on how to go about memorialising the Sars crisis, has so far kept mum. Home Affairs Secretary Patrick Ho Chi-ping was expected to announce Sars ...




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