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  1. letters

    Posted Apr 10th 2012, 12:00am

    ... and compensated dating cases is increasing. Youngsters in the past had higher moral standards. For many nowadays, their goal is simply to have as much money as possible. Today's children are spoiled ... of the unauthorised basement at his Kowloon Tong home, which provoked strong criticism. Leung Ho-ting, Tsuen Wan Government Secondary School School visit showed how lucky we are Watoto Children's Choir ...

  2. Society cannot teach enshrined human rights

    Posted Oct 06th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... a wonderful time, thanks to the lovely people, such as the man who assisted us in Cafe de Coral with sign language and the kind elderly shopper who helped us buy children's clothes. What is it that spoils such a great holiday? Answer: the touts on every corner offering tailoring and fake watches. How many suits can you buy in a short space of street? As we have got older they seem to have ...

  3. letters

    Posted Jan 27th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... on to the fight.' His spirit will live on and continue to inspire people. Jason Lau Jun-yan, Wah Yan College (Kowloon) Tainted food spoils China's image I am worried about contaminated food ... to our health- to pass food safety tests. In 2008, for example, at least six children died and a further 300,000 developed kidney problems because of melamine-tainted milk powder. Although people ...

  4. Letters

    Posted Jan 16th 2012, 12:00am

    ... glimpse the line for foreign passport holders and, again, it's not anything worse than what I have to cope with when I arrive at most overseas airports. Hong Kong people are spoiled because ... I note with interest the report about mainland-born children of Hong Kong parents ('Only 9pc of forecast 1.67m mainlanders settle in HK', January 11). Cyd Ho Sau-lan is quoted ...

  5. Letters

    Posted Aug 06th 2011, 12:00am

    ... was distorted I refer to the letter by Raymond Wong ('Lawmakers have had it too easy', August 2). He gave the impression that legislator Margaret Ng Ngoi-yee was 'thoroughly spoiled ... said, there was a real risk of a misconception. Given the views she expressed, she did not appear to me to be 'spoiled' or selfish. Legitimate criticisms of legislators and government ...



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