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  1. How the world sees it

    Posted Mar 26th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The New York Times headlined its report 'Hong Kong leader wins re-election by an expected wide margin', but said the campaign had 'still caught public attention'. ...

  2. Global media united in belief he failed the test

    Posted Mar 03rd 2005, 12:00am by Dennis Eng, Nick Gentle

    ... legislature, pro-democracy politicians in Hong Kong do not see Tung's early departure as a harbinger for a faster pace of democratisation.' The New York Times' Keith Bradsher wrote: ... election.' The Times of London's Beijing correspondent said: 'Mr Tung had been an avuncular figure, and known as 'Mr 7-11' for the long hours that he worked. Yet he was widely ...

  3. Follow New York's example and establish a cultural green park

    Posted Jun 26th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... parks in Hong Kong, isn't it about time to investigate the reasons, such as why more and more young people seek pleasure in recreational drugs in Shenzhen and elsewhere? Mindful of the prevailing social problems, the framers of New York's Central Park of the 19th century were intent on encouraging New Yorkers to spend less time in pubs and taverns and to enjoy more family life ...

  4. Public Eye

    Posted Jul 15th 2009, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... robots? Robots are being fired in recession-hit Japan, according to The New York Times. What a great way to save money. Can we please do the same thing here with our bureaucrats? If the Japanese ... and never answering the tough questions in Legco. But doesn't that alone amply qualify him to be our next leader? Tourism bureaucrats obliterate history If you have the time, stand ...

  5. Danger on the horizon

    Posted Mar 23rd 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Team' is now in full operation, trying to prevent stock markets from dropping disastrously. An editorial in The New York Times on March 15 observed: 'Borrowers presently faced with losing ... and the Hong Kong dollar at the same time. This is an entirely new game, compared to what happened 10 years ago. Neither Mr Tsang nor Joseph Yam Chi-kong, the chief executive of the Hong Kong Monetary ...

  6. Through a prism

    Posted Jan 06th 2009, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... as a major government blunder that required the mayor's resignation, unlike the dire spin we have put on the Tsang administration's recent failings. The New York Times columnist ... Is criticism of recent government blunders justified, or are our demands of Donald Tsang too unrealistic, asks Michael Chugani What if your plane landed 10 minutes ahead of time at Hong ...

  7. Letters

    Posted Mar 26th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... incinerators', March 20). But I disagree with his conclusion, that sustainability is not only having the right leader wisely choose the right solution. To paraphrase [New York Times columnist] Thomas L. ... for those in the west heavily critical of China's 'illegal' occupation of Tibet, let's see white people in America, Australia and New Zealand return to Europe first. If one wants ...

  8. Knotty issues

    Posted Mar 26th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Article 23 leglislation, it should be introduced at the 'right time' The city will be developed into a financial hub on par with London and New York Unemployment will be pushed below ...

  9. To boldly go...

    Posted Jun 21st 2007, 12:00am by Christine Loh

    ... Last week, Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen said he thought Hong Kong needed to increase its population to 10 million to be on par with London and New York. It was unclear whether he was properly briefed. London reached an all-time peak of 8.6 million people in 1939, while New York's population in 2005 was 8.2 million, up from 7.3 million in 1990. The issue is surely not so ...

  10. Few regrets, but great ambitions

    Posted Jan 25th 2007, 12:00am by Chris Yeung, Linda Choy

    ... estimates, for Hong Kong's stock markets to rival New York's and London's in breadth and turnover. He said Hong Kong had to keep its focus and grab opportunities in a timely manner. ... was moving in the right direction to achieve his ambition, with the support of Beijing. 'We are on a par with New York serving America and London serving Europe. We have started the ball ...




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