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  1. South China midfielder targeted by Sunray Cave

    Posted Jun 08th 2012, 12:00am

    ... The South China midfielder has been approached by the mainlanders about joining the Guangdong-based team, who compete in the mainland's second-tier league. 'There are still some minor ... focused on Sunday's game at the moment and a decision will only be made after that match.' South China are also said to have an interest in the striker. Another Pegasus player, Lee ...

  2. Initiatives paying off as business makes strides in south China

    Posted Oct 26th 2007, 12:00am by John Church

    ... Two-way trade between Austria and Hong Kong was going from strength to strength, said Austrian Trade Commissioner for Hong Kong, Macau and South China and committee member of the Austrian Chamber ... companies in Hong Kong and 30 mostly manufacturing enterprises in south China. Mr Glatz also has an office in Guangzhou where he supervises a catchment area covering Hong Kong, Macau and six ...

  3. South China catching up to Hong Kong in port trade

    Posted Apr 27th 2007, 12:00am by John Cremer

    ... 'South China has the premium direct cargo, so if you are talking about competition, Hong Kong has already lost,' Mr Lee said, adding that annual rates of growth for ports in South China ... if South China matched these factors, then Hong Kong would be dead tomorrow.' On a positive note, he said that one quick way to improve competitiveness would be by reducing trucking charges. ...

  4. Rare display of relics from land and sea

    Posted Jul 19th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... in a porcelain pitcher dating from the Song dynasty (960-1127). The pitcher was found in a shipwreck on the seabed of the South China Sea in 2003, said Mu Xianqian, director of Art Exhibition China's curatorial department. The ship, Nanhai No1, was likely a merchant vessel that sank in the 12th century. It contained more than 4,500 relics never before exhibited on the mainland, Ms Mu ...

  5. South China ports set to depose HK

    Posted Aug 25th 2006, 12:00am by Shobha Nihalani

    ... container ports, and the chances of regaining that crown are diminishing. 'In the next five years, Hong Kong will gradually be replaced by South China as the centre for sea freight,' said ... into effect, it should then be easier to compete on a level playing field with ports in South China. In a show of confidence in Hong Kong's future, Dubai-headquartered Emirates Shipping Line ...

  6. Beer-jugs ban means more calls to the bar for the South Stand

    Posted Mar 27th 2009, 12:00am by Barclay Crawford

    ... Barclay Crawford Extra trips to the bar will be the order of the weekend for Sevens fans in the South Stand at the Hong Kong Stadium after a decision to ban beer jugs. The ban ... with jugs being thrown in the past. These 'big gulp' glasses just seemed to be the way to go.' However, Rupert Bolingbroke, who will spend his weekend either in the South Stand ...

  7. An epistle from a 'friend in a sea of people'

    Posted Apr 12th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... and unswerving determination, I strongly believe you are not far from the day you can stand up again. I sincerely wish your family and you good health. Your friend in a sea of people, Tang Siu-pun ...

  8. Children show bias against South Asians

    Posted Jan 03rd 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Staff Reporter One in five local Chinese children surveyed said they were unwilling to make friends with South Asian children. The Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong, which polled 1,228 primary five and six pupils in September and October, found 54 per cent thought Chinese residents discriminated against South Asians, and one in six were unwilling to have South Asians as classmates. ...

  9. Sea change

    Posted Nov 21st 2011, 12:00am

    ... engine', he says. Seaplanes, used to rugged conditions in Canada, will be more than able to face the rigours of the South China Sea and Pearl River Delta, landing and taking off in as little as one ... THE PEARL RIVER DELTA is to get a commercial seaplane service, the first of its kind in China. Already established in Vancouver, Glasgow, Sydney, the Maldives, New York, and in the future ...

  10. Half of South Asians have never seen job contract, survey shows

    Posted Jun 14th 2004, 12:00am by Felix Lo

    ... Felix Lo About half of South Asians say their employers have never told them the details of their employment contracts, while 40 per cent have been made to work on statutory holidays, a university survey has found. A total of 403 South Asians including Nepalese, Indians and Pakistanis were interviewed. More than 70 per cent had not read any information about the labour ordinance ...




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