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  1. Civil servants need approval to accept airline's discount

    Posted Oct 07th 2006, 12:00am by Jimmy Cheung

    ... Helen Wu, Jimmy Cheung and Maria Chan Civil servants will have to seek permission before accepting a 25 per cent discount on tickets offered by China Airlines after concerns the offer from ... the government's policy was sent to all departments on Thursday- the day the offer was advertised. 'In the case of China Airlines' offer, the acceptance of the offer will require the special ...

  2. US threats extend rips in textile industry

    Posted Mar 18th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... industry. And now the United States is putting pressure on China to revalue its currency and is threatening to slap quotas on some mainland textile products as early as March 23. 'What the US ... with on price.' Many clothing makers are simply planning to buckle down and wait for the changes that will ensue from China's entry to the World Trade Organisation. Quotas on mainland textiles ...

  3. Sentinels of a bygone era

    Posted Mar 18th 2004, 12:00am by Michael Taylor

    ... Nothing can quite prepare the first-time visitor for the watchtowers of Kaiping because they can't be found elsewhere in China. Some are relatively simple affairs with little ornamentation. ... to scale their walls. If only those walls could speak, they would tell epic tales of one of the most turbulent yet fascinating periods in China's long history. As the Qing Dynasty declined ...

  4. In step with growth

    Posted Nov 22nd 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Tsang Shuk-wa B&Q is meeting the recruitment challenge by keeping the business goal firmly in its sights INTERNATIONAL HOME improvement retailer B&Q is expanding rapidly in China ... and retaining the best. This is particularly tough in China, where we are told that there is a shortage of talent and a growing number of international players entering the market all wanting to attract ...

  5. Mobile operators slash rates to boost internet revenue

    Posted Jul 10th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... the old plan for the new service. As the video downloading service consumes much bandwidth, we need to change our pricing in a user-friendly way.' Some mobile operators such as China Mobile ...

  6. Authorities ease up on efforts to block websites

    Posted Sep 01st 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... and the BBC. Search engine results attacking former president Jiang Zemin can also be accessed now, as can websites explaining the Falun Gong. Blogspot.com, which includes comments on China, can ... professor Jonathan Zittrain, who researches internet controls in China and other countries. A common guess is that the absence of major events has allowed supervision to slide this summer. June ...

  7. Events diary

    Posted Oct 13th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Today, HK: Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce forum: 'Working women, are you tired? (And working men, are you too?)'. Asia Society luncheon: 'Chinese lessons: Five classmates and the story of the new China'. JW Marriott Hotel. American Chamber of Commerce breakfast: 'Managing the information lifecycle'. American Chamber of Commerce luncheon: ...

  8. A writer's life

    Posted Jul 17th 2003, 12:00am by Lee Wing-Sze

    ... Kong when he was 16. He was 35 when he began writing on street walls, lamp-posts, traffic control boxes and postboxes. His work appeared in Hong Kong, Kowloon and the New Territories. In his ...

  9. Nothing left in the city of the dead

    Posted Dec 29th 2003, 12:00am by Andrew Burke

    ... Post journalist Andrew Burke reports from Bam on a scene of devastation and grief, where confusion reigns 'Oh Ali. Oh Ali. Oh Ali my brother is dead. My flower is gone. Oh God, our young people are dying.' The woman's mourning pierced the low din of crawling traffic as she watched her brother carried past her in a bloody blanket. 'Khoda. Khoda. Khoda,' ...

  10. Have your say

    Posted Aug 18th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... a Chihuahua-rat terrier mix is a drug sniffer (Young Post, August 1). The police usually large dogs as drug sniffers, such as golden retrievers, Labrador retrievers, and German shepherds. I think ... throw litter out the window I'm writing in response to the letter, 'Be considerate and don't throw things out the window' (Young Post, August 3) I am agree with the writer. ...




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