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Who am I? Teen grapples with a world turned upside down

Flip By Martyn Bedford Published by Walker Books ISBN 978 1 4063 2989 6

Sunday, 19 June, 2011, 12:00am

Spellbound by restaurant's intriguing offer

Thinking about where to spend your Easter holidays? Why not pay a visit to this fascinating boutique Indian restaurant in SoHo, if its advert is anything to go by. A reader kindly sent us the ad, according to which customers at Guru are offered a 'disoc**t' until next Wednesday. We are wondering who that might be - an alluring and available lady in a disco?

3 Apr 2010 - 12:00am

Kelly Chen just can't wait to have first Christmas with son Chace

Kelly Chen Wai-lum is really looking forward to her first Christmas as a mum, but her first New Year's Eve? Not so much. The singer was in merry mode, dressed like a sparkly decorated tree, as she appeared at Festival Walk to help launch their Festival Fantasia Christmas lighting ceremony on Tuesday evening.

26 Nov 2009 - 12:00am



Drama Theatre, HKAPA

Reviewed: Sept 24

Now that the term 'meltdown' refers not to Britney Spears but the state of our global economy, the timing of this stage adaptation of the British comic strip by Charles Peattie and Russell Taylor about an investment banker in the City of London couldn't be better.

30 Sep 2008 - 12:00am

Busy Woman Seeks Wife

Busy Woman Seeks Wife

by Annie Sanders

Orion, HK$105

28 Sep 2008 - 12:00am

HKCEE listening

Question 1

Listen to Daisy chatting to her friend Alex about her grandparents. Look at the drawings representing events in her grandparents' lives and put 1 - 6 in each box on the right in the order in which these events took place.

Question 2

21 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Chris Hoare

Broadcast systems sales manager

I went to visit my pregnant wife in Queen Mary Hospital on April 29 - she'd gone in the day before for a regular check-up and the doctors said she had to stay.

12 May 2005 - 12:00am

At your service

Alex, Hudson and Alfred Chang (from left) brothers and owners of Indonesian Restaurant 1968, Causeway Bay

Alex: We loved Christmas when we were kids. It was all one big party. We'd get really excited on Christmas Eve. We'd put a big tree on the balcony, then we'd sit around it waiting for midnight to exchange presents.

3 Dec 2004 - 12:00am

Jordan reveals her secret

Alex was persuaded to have a meeting with Jasmine and Candy before quitting the school play in last week's episode of Toy Boy.

Tonight's episode begins with Jordan feeling very happy after having kissed Alex in the park the night before. Jordan's friend Kim finally gets Jordan to admit that she is going out with Alex.

5 Aug 2004 - 12:00am

Alex gets cold feet

When Jordan bought Alex an expensive jacket last week, Alex rewarded her with a romantic kiss in the park.

29 Jul 2004 - 12:00am

Stirring up trouble

Having created trouble between Alex and Ringo, Roger now sets about making trouble for Alex and his secret girlfriend, Jordan. Roger tells Jordan about Alex getting the lead role in the school play - a role that involves him kissing the pretty Candy!

15 Jul 2004 - 12:00am

Alex gets the part

Alex is secretly going out with Jordan, who is paying for everything - Alex has become her 'toy boy'. Roger is a much better actor than Alex, but Jasmine, the director of the school play, gives the lead role to Alex!

To listen to the continuing story of Toy Boy, tune in to Songbirds tonight at 9.30pm on RTHK Radio 4 (FM97.4).

8 Jul 2004 - 12:00am

Wasted day out for all the family

This government has often gone out of its way to encourage wholesome public outings for whole families. This open-day event on March 13 and 14 - posted on a giant billboard outside the Causeway Bay Cross Harbour Tunnel - is run by the Drainage Services Department so we can see its state-of-the-art sewerage processing plant on Stonecutter's Island.

6 Mar 2004 - 12:00am

Taking a fresh look at business

The South China Morning Post business section launches today with a new look and several new editorial features. The section will focus exclusively on companies and markets news with expanded coverage of Hong Kong and the mainland.

2 Dec 2002 - 12:00am

Royal basher yet another whinging Brit

UNDER the headline, ''Charles unfit to be king'' (South China Morning Post, July 27), Mr Pete Alex suggests the Prince of Wales behaves like a Hong Kong landlord.

In a completely contradictory statement, he also says Charles wants old, out-dated buildings retained.

28 Jul 1994 - 12:00am