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  1. Young victim faces years of surgery to recover

    Posted Aug 27th 2005, 12:00am by Felix Chan, Patsy Moy

    ... muscle and tendon damage. Victims of violent attack are also at risk of developing post- traumatic stress disorder, a psychiatric condition that can affect those experiencing or witnessing ... Ka-li even warned that the arms of young patients could stop growing if a growth plate was severely damaged, leaving them with one arm up to 10cm shorter than the other when they grow up. ...

  2. Women continue to rise to the challenge of finding work

    Posted Aug 01st 2003, 12:00am by Patsy Moy

    ... the increase in foreign domestic helpers was one of the reasons for the rapid growth in the number of women working in Hong Kong. A spokeswoman for the department also told the South China Morning Post ... Chack-kie, of the Chinese University, also noted that the concept of male dominance had faded gradually as young women in Hong Kong were generally well-educated and competitive in the labour market. ...

  3. Spot the difference: Chu Wan enters the mod-con era

    Posted Sep 01st 2003, 12:00am by Patsy Moy

    ... basic electrical appliances. But after his plight was revealed in the South China Morning Post, he is now the proud owner of his first refrigerator, a new TV and a fan. St James' ... week, Mr Chu told the Post: 'This is the first time in many years that I have watched the television news. 'The news is my favourite programme, but I used to listen to the radio only. ...

  4. Decline in air quality cuts HK lifespan by 16 months

    Posted Jan 03rd 2005, 12:00am by Patsy Moy

    ... d'Energetique of the Ecole des Mines de Paris. The impact is roughly equivalent to the effect of smoking at least eight cigarettes a day. In an interview with the South China Morning Post, Dr Rabl ... and young children; recent findings have shown that pollutants- especially lead- can affect the mental development of babies and young children. Anthony Hedley, community medicine professor ...

  5. Changing tastes have orders for chilled chicken booming

    Posted Mar 16th 2005, 12:00am by Patsy Moy

    ... Bureau figures, obtained by the South China Morning Post, the number of chilled chickens imported from the mainland jumped to more than 15 million last year, compared with 4.7 million in 2003. ... anything else.' Food critic Lau Kin-wai said young people were used to having chilled and frozen food. 'They love fast food such as hamburgers, which are all made from chilled and frozen ...

  6. Abusers attack mind, not body, if wives pregnant

    Posted May 02nd 2005, 12:00am by Patsy Moy

    ... inflicted by such treatment could double the risk of post-natal depression, warned Leung Wing-cheong, a member of the research team. In the study of 2,300 mothers-to-be carried out between May 2002 ... in North America found up to 20 per cent of married women had been abused, mostly in the form of physical violence. 'The mothers-to-be recruited in our study were relatively young ...

  7. Dr Emily Chan works 90 hours a week and has seen colleagues collapse with exhaustion. It's part of being a Hong Kong hospital intern

    Posted Nov 21st 2004, 12:00am by Patsy Moy

    ... One young doctor tells Patsy Moy her fears that 'slave work' in hospitals mean accidents are waiting to happen Emily Chan Ying-yang is considered by many people as a capable young woman who has managed to continue doing voluntary work despite the rigours of a doctor's training. But Dr Chan, who is president of the board of Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) Hong ...

  8. Ever green

    Posted Feb 23rd 2005, 12:00am by Patsy Moy

    ... to move to Nanjing and Guangzhou to continue her studies at university. 'At university, I was a leader in the volleyball and hockey teams. When I was young, I also played basketball ... was a tomboy running around. I was grateful that my family did not force me to bind my feet, as most Chinese girls and young women did in the past. 'My mother said I would choose to bind my feet ...



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