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Albert Wong

Love is even sweeter second time around

Diana Yen and Albert Wong's college romance didn't work out 10 years ago, but when they met again they realised love had never deserted them.

Saturday, 19 November, 2011, 12:00am

Striking a balance

Hongkongers are intrigued by property. But the art of anticipating when prices go up or down is not easy.

Albert Wong, managing director of Midland Realty, has found the wisdom of tai chi useful for spotting trends and making decisions - when used in conjunction with more modern scientific analysis.

9 Nov 2011 - 12:00am

Lily Chiang jailed 31/2 years for share, options fraud

High-profile businesswoman Lily Chiang Lai-lei was jailed for three- and- a-half years yesterday for her leading role in a HK$3 million share fraud that a judge said had shaken confidence in Hong Kong's financial system.

16 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Civil service achieves 95pc of targets

The government's 75 departments and bureaus achieved, on average, 95 per cent of their performance targets for the past three years, a civil service review found. Targets that were not fully achieved were mainly the result of fluctuations in public demand that were beyond prediction, complexity of cases processed, and changes and turnover of staff.

24 Jun 2009 - 12:00am

Tsang's approval rating at record low

The approval rating for Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen is at a record low, a university poll shows.

25 Jun 2008 - 12:00am

Standards eased for broadcast chief's job

Post re-advertised at lower academic level

The government has been forced to re-advertise the position of Director of Broadcasting with lower academic qualifications after none of the 20 applicants was considered suitable to lead RTHK.

21 Feb 2008 - 12:00am

New calls to expand watchdog's authority

Lawmakers and the ombudsman yesterday renewed their calls for the expansion of the official watchdog's jurisdiction to include district councils and the Electoral Affairs Commission.

12 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

Poll seen as vote on suffrage but economic issues the key: survey

Almost half the respondents in a survey think Sunday's Legislative Council by-election is a 'de facto referendum on universal suffrage'.

30 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

North district rematch will end differently, democrat believes

North District residents are witnessing a direct rematch in two of the constituencies where candidates fought closely contested battles in 2003.

But those who lost last time feel this time they have a good chance of closing in on their opponents, if not overtaking them.

10 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Legal groups question 'step-by-step' poll reform

The two bodies representing Hong Kong's lawyers have questioned the assumptions about key Basic Law principles in the government's green paper on political development.

The Law Society said the government's suggestion of a 'step-by-step' approach to democracy was capable of leading to absurd results.

16 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

HK prepared for suffrage: Tsang

The chief executive pledged yesterday to deliver universal suffrage, saying 'one thing was missing' from Hong Kong - people's right to choose and remove their leaders.

Appearing at an exchange session before more than 600 students at the University of Hong Kong, Donald Tsang Yam-kuen asserted his belief in universal suffrage and said the city was now prepared for it.

5 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

Lawmakers keen to keep up political debate

Pan-democrats in the government's top advisory body on long-term development are hoping to set up a task group to continue discussions on political development.

27 Aug 2007 - 12:00am

Tang warns on radical action

Chief Secretary Henry Tang Yin-yen yesterday urged Hongkongers not to resort to civil disobedience to pressure the government to move faster on political reform, saying it would not succeed.

22 Aug 2007 - 12:00am

Up to 60,000 poised for democracy march: poll

A university pollster expects 40,000-60,000 people to join the march for universal suffrage on Sunday after a survey yesterday found more than 25 per cent of respondents said they were inclined to take part.

29 Jun 2007 - 12:00am

March leaders hail win on curbs

Appeal panel rejects police July 1 rally limits

An appeal board has overturned police limits on the July 1 march for democracy - a rare reversal which march organisers and human rights advocates hailed as reasserting the public's right to protest.

27 Jun 2007 - 12:00am