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  1. The future is in finance

    Posted Jan 16th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The individual visit scheme is now open to 14 mainland cities which seems to raise hope for economic recovery. But there are problems for Hong Kong. Some mainlanders will use the scheme to commit crimes; arrests of prostitutes and illegal workers have risen. And after the shopping malls, Hong Kong has no long-term appeal. Hong Kong's real strength is its financial services. ...

  2. Hidden gems

    Posted Jul 31st 2011, 12:00am

    ... carvings and 1,000-year-old forts, ancient villages and ghost towns, shopping malls with roller coasters and shopping malls shaped like cruise ships. None ever get a passing mention. Who's ... 10 best sights. The others are equally obvious and equally boring: The Peak. Ocean Park. IFC Mall. There are any number of guidebooks about the inner culture and hidden history of major ...

  3. HK's big names find competition is getting tougher

    Posted May 01st 2006, 12:00am by Kenneth Ko

    ... significant leasing and management difficulties. 'Hong Kong companies are much better in the management planning for offices and shopping malls. Their stronger financial position means they can ... Hong Kong developers' management expertise also ensures a better mix of retail tenants for their shopping malls, and they have always co-ordinated marketing initiatives well to attract ...

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    Rant: works in progress

    Posted Nov 11th 2012, 12:00am by Robby Nimmo

    ... by encouraging mentoring and work experience. Unpaid intern schemes would help build self-esteem and give young folk something to engage with other than the glare of shopping malls, bars and gadgets. ... held that Hong Kong's labour laws prevent all but the oldest teenagers from delivering newspapers, babysitting, waitressing or working in shops. But the city's parents may be making ...

  5. Don't deny children the great outdoors

    Posted Feb 16th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... up. Children flock after school to tutorial centres to relearn what they have learned at school. Teenagers use crowded shopping malls like living rooms. This much indoor activity is unnatural. ... superficial lifestyle. After all, for most children growing up in Hong Kong, the easiest place to stay inside and yet still be out is the shopping mall. If you spend your whole childhood in a mall ...

  6. Parallel universe

    Posted Feb 19th 2012, 12:00am

    ... the cracks,' says Wuthrich. 'The idea was to provide a fresh point of view about public space in Hong Kong. 'Public spaces in this city are often overregulated by shopping malls and the like. ...

  7. Doom and gloom for the city's future

    Posted Dec 29th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Jennifer Ngo jennifer.ngo@scmp.com Despite the happy holiday atmosphere and packed shopping malls, Hongkongers are full of gloom about the city's immediate future. According to a survey carried out in the run-up to Christmas, residents have little confidence in what the new year will bring. Their main concerns involve the city's political future heading into next ...

  8. Fun link to the community

    Posted May 23rd 2008, 12:00am by Mabel Sieh

    ... believer in corporate social responsibility. Activities range from a group of students sitting in a shopping mall practising Chinese calligraphy, under the guidance of a calligrapher, to a group ... believes maintaining sustainability of the company's facilities is important. 'For a shopping mall to be able to live long and prosper, we have to combine the hardware with the software ...

  9. Travel industry cleans house, and city's image

    Posted Oct 16th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The Hong Kong travel and tourism industry has finally made an official proposal that would target commission-based tours by paying tour guides a stable salary. For years, we have read horror stories of the poor treatment our guests have had to suffer at the hands of tour guides more interested in forcing tourists to visit shopping malls in areas without tourism value in order ...

  10. Talkback

    Posted Aug 19th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... of shopping mall management companies to the Smoking (Public Health) Ordinance (Cap. 371). I have often seen people smoking in public areas of shopping malls. Many bars and restaurants place tables and chairs in these open areas for their customers' use. Some allow patrons to smoke outside their premises, or on those parts of their premises that are not enclosed. It appears that shopping ...




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