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  1. Pipers and drummers on the march- hoping for a cooling breeze

    Posted Aug 06th 2010, 12:00am by Vivian Chen

    ... in public,' said organiser Tim Hamlett, who founded Hong Kong's Scottish Piping and Drumming Association last year. The aim of the global challenge is to get participants piping and drumming in major cities worldwide within 24 hours of the kick-off in Edinburgh. The local leg will also raise money for the Hong Kong Cancer Fund. Hamlett (pictured) admitted the hot weather made it hard ...

  2. Tim Noonan

    Posted Sep 19th 2010, 12:00am by Tim Noonan

    ... The Spanish have always dug clay and done things with it that no one else could ever dream of. While the origins of clay roofing tiles can be traced back to China and the Neolithic era circa 10,000 BC, they don't call them Chinese roof tiles today, d ...

  3. Tale of two districts

    Posted Oct 29th 2010, 12:00am by Alex Frew Mcmillan

    ... the options for buyers who might have wanted smaller units. 'That is pretty expensive for a unit, and there are a lot of options at that level.' Tim Murphy, founder of property developer IP ...

  4. Tim Noonan

    Posted Dec 19th 2010, 12:00am by Tim Noonan

    ... Tim Noonan You don't have to understand sports to understand money. But you do have to understand money to understand sports. I will be the first to admit that basically what I know about money is that I don't have tons of it. I do, however, know a bit about baseball and because of that I now know a lot about money. I am talking ridiculous amounts of money, figures ...

  5. Tim Noonan

    Posted Dec 12th 2010, 12:00am by Tim Noonan

    ... Tim Noonan It's all about control, it always has been. How you consolidate control defines any self-respecting autocrat. For those of you, like me, who need a refresher, an autocracy is a form of government in which one person possesses unlimited power. The good people at Fifa who handed out two World Cup hosting bids last week are less democratic and transparent ...

  6. Tim Noonan

    Posted Dec 05th 2010, 12:00am by Tim Noonan

    ... Tim Noonan I have a friend, a very good friend, who loves cricket. She is staying up until the wee hours of the morning to watch England play Australia in the Ashes way Down Under. She very much wants Australia to win, even though she lives in London. 'It's a colonial thing,' she says. 'Anyone who beats England has a sense of achievement because they were ...

  7. Tim Noonan

    Posted Nov 28th 2010, 12:00am by Tim Noonan

    ... Tim Noonan I ice my knees down more often than I brush my teeth. My back behaves like physical torture is its eminent domain. My hairdresser has been on unemployment insurance seemingly forever and the crusty curmudgeon I have been sneering at for years now shows up in my mirror on a daily basis. Despite all that, what really makes me feel incurably old is my job. 'You write ...

  8. Tim Noonan

    Posted Nov 21st 2010, 12:00am by Tim Noonan

    ... Tim Noonan It's difficult to overstate the significance of Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao. As a sportsman, he has no peer and is the only thing left in boxing that even remotely intrigues a generation weaned on the blood lust of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). As a Filipino, he has done more internationally for the pride of his beleaguered country than ...

  9. Tim Noonan

    Posted Nov 14th 2010, 12:00am by Tim Noonan

    ... Tim Noonan I won't bore you with numbers but suffice to say, the amount of sponsorship dollars in international sports is staggering. Multi, multi billions are spent annually, so much so that sponsorship money, for better or worse, is now the driving force behind sports. If you have been to a live event or watched one on TV recently, you are acutely aware corporate money ...

  10. Tim's Kitchen

    Posted Oct 28th 2010, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... tables and chairs that are much more comfortable than before. The colour scheme- purple-covered chairs and slippery, shiny gold tablecloths and napkins- was not to our taste. Pros: Tim ... of chrysanthemum petals, coriander leaves, chiffonade of kaffir lime leaf and fried wonton skin that added flavour and texture. Braised pomelo skin with shrimp roe (HK$60) is one of Tim's most famous ...




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