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  1. Believe only the hard evidence

    Posted Jun 02nd 2005, 12:00am by Frank Ching

    ... I worked for that capitalist rag, The Wall Street Journal, while he was employed by that esteemed communist newspaper based in Hong Kong, Wen Wei Po. Ching was an idealistic young man, willing ...

  2. Simply one of the best in the world

    Posted Apr 21st 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The three contributors took issue with two articles in The Wall Street Journal and a commentary on a Sinclair Broadcast programme citing Hong Kong as a flat tax regime. They note that while our ...

  3. Appointments

    Posted Jan 15th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... continents, including as head of Wall Street Journal Television, vice-president of news and programming at CNBC Asia and CNBC Europe, and managing director of the Far Eastern Economic Review. ...

  4. Fifty years on and still going crazy... that's quite some feet

    Posted Apr 18th 2004, 12:00am by Xiaoqing Rong

    ... says. 'You need to get rid of yourself as much as possible, otherwise you'll become all ego.' Described as 'the world's greatest living choreographer' by the Wall Street Journal, Cunningham is up there with Martha Graham and Isadora Duncan as among the most influential shapers of western contemporary dance. Cunningham, whose dance company will perform ...

  5. The Dragon's tale

    Posted Nov 08th 2004, 12:00am by Alister McMillan, Seth Faison

    ... in 1986 to look for a career. Adi Ignatius, who was a reporter for the Wall Street Journal and is now executive editor of Time magazine, told Faison to ignore his lack of experience and try ... into China remained unfulfilled and the thrills of journalism had worn thin. 'I burned out on being a journalist in China because of the way I was living. I had become a workaholic,' Faison ...

  6. Social struggles of the little people sowing seeds of change

    Posted Mar 11th 2004, 12:00am by Paul Moon, Paul Mooney

    ... Johnson found himself working on the book he never thought he'd write. Sitting in the lobby of a Beijing hotel, Johnson, who worked first for the Baltimore Sun and then for The Wall Street Journal in China, explains the reasons for his change of heart. He says most coverage of China tends to focus on either the economic miracle or political repression. 'But I began to see ...

  7. Street smarts

    Posted Jul 27th 2005, 12:00am by Lee Wing-Sze

    ... are trying to put Hong Kong on the map in street vogue. Highly influenced by skateboarding culture, ephemeral youth fads and the hip-hop scene, street fashion is rapidly evolving, predominantly ... Chinese general revered for his righteousness. Although the savvy entrepreneur concedes that recruiting famous street artists has helped raise the Knowledge profile, he says it's the quality ...

  8. Boatpeople left to live on streets

    Posted Apr 30th 2005, 12:00am by Sherry Lee

    ... were resettled overseas, while many others were sent back to Vietnam. Two thousand are thought to remain in Hong Kong- some better off than others. Among the street sleepers, some said ... (UNHCR) and the Security Bureau denied knowledge of the Vietnamese street sleepers. A senior UNHCR official said the body was not in a position to comment on whether it would help the Vietnamese ...

  9. Taking it to the streets

    Posted Dec 06th 2004, 12:00am by Chloe Lai

    ... to do so. The position paper is based on research by the University of Hong Kong and opinions expressed in July at a public hearing held at Lee Tung Street- commonly known as Wedding Card Street. At the meeting, Wan Chai district council chairwoman Ada Wong Ying-kay read out key principles of the paper- tenets such as renewal do not necessarily mean demolition; respect for those ...

  10. Street Smart

    Posted Sep 27th 2004, 12:00am by David Watkins

    ... After an evening parading their beloved motors on the street, the club members- whose ages range from early 20s to late 40s- trundle off around Tsim Sha Tsui. Late-night shoppers invariably stop ... at the car itself when it goes past.' Out on the street, every Smart has been decorated, from the multi-coloured panels to dashboards crammed with toy cars, and in one case, an entire ...




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