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Anna May Wong

Diehard lover of 'Beautiful Game'

'I love football because it is the source of my happiness and wealth'

Peter Wong Hing-kwei

Who's talking football?

Tuesday, 15 November, 2011, 12:00am

Mature behaviour arises from reason, not moralistic pledges

Rosanna Wong's article concerning online protection for young web users ('Safety net', March 5), is filled with good intentions but it remains doubtful if such ideas can be usefully put into practice, particularly in today's context.

21 Mar 2008 - 12:00am

Include track events for Games, pleads Wong

Jamie Wong Wan-yiu hopes her victory in the World Cup Classic will convince organisers of the 2009 East Asian Games to reconsider including track cycling in the competition schedule.

The 21-year-old scored a surprise victory in the points race at the Copenhagen leg over the weekend - the fourth and final leg of the 2007-08 classic series.

20 Feb 2008 - 12:00am

Vox Pop

Regardless of which industry or position you are in there is no escaping interacting with colleagues. Having the right attitude and grace towards handling your co-workers is just as important as having professional qualifications. Colleagues who are difficult to work with can become a liability. Classified Post asks Hongkongers what kind of people they dislike working with.

8 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

Understanding the boss is vital

Middle management is often about facilitating understanding between bosses and employees.

15 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

The high five of excellent corporate leadership

The best business leaders all possess qualities which are linked to an ability to inspire and manage change

11 Aug 2007 - 12:00am

Wong wonders at harsh film critics

Independent film director Barbara Wong Chun-chun (far right) has a bone to pick with some local film critics, accusing them of writing biased reviews of her new film, Wonder Women.

'I never feel bad about reviews, but this time some of the critics are being unfair,' she says. 'They didn't give the film a chance but only focused on the product placement.'

4 Aug 2007 - 12:00am

Wong is laughing all the way to the bank

For years, comedian Dayo Wong Chi-wah was strict about the scripts he selected. How things have changed.

'I always thought that as an actor, I shouldn't sell out,' Wong said. 'But then I realised that being serious and strict about roles meant I was limiting myself - I was forcing myself into a dead-end position.'

3 Feb 2007 - 12:00am

Playing a different tune

IT WAS ONLY after Eleanor Wong Yee-lun had won a coveted scholarship at London's Royal Academy of Music that she became passionate about her studies. That might seem a little late in the day, considering that most pianists with the talent to perform in concert halls around the world are usually sure of their career early in life.

6 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

Art for art's sake

For artists, the act of living is like the creation of art - a work in progress.

'I don't know what my profession is. I spend a large part of my time painting, but I don't see it as a career. I see it as an attitude towards life, one where there's no such thing as retirement,' said painter

Wong Yan-kwai, one of Hong Kong's leading contemporary artists.

10 Jul 2006 - 12:00am

Wong bares soul to sold-out Coliseum

Malaysian-Chinese singer-songwriter Michael Wong Kong Leong treated fans to a journey through his life and career in a concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum earlier this week. Local supporters, along with fans from Taiwan, Malaysia, South Korea and Japan, filled the venue's 13,000 seats.

1 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Wong sees future as coach

Hong Kong ace rider Wong Kam-po has revealed he wants to become a coach once he finishes his racing career. And his path to becoming a coach will begin early next year when he takes a sports management course at one of Shanghai's top universities.

21 Dec 2004 - 12:00am

20,000 mourners sing James Wong's praises

Fans, friends and stars bid farewell to the master lyricist

As usual, the lyrics of James Wong Jim said it best. 'Friendship is deeper than words can explain,' quoted one of the banners before the 20,000 mourners at his public memorial service at Hong Kong Stadium yesterday.

6 Dec 2004 - 12:00am

Virtual workers, unite! is holding Asia's first virtual job fair this month, targeting middle and senior management, via a temporary website running until September 28.

Anna Wong, executive director of JobsDB Holdings, said: 'The fair offers people a more private alternative ... and gives jobseekers a more specialised place to job-hunt.'

17 Sep 2003 - 12:00am

Dual bids to clean up HK planned

Two clean-up campaigns are planned across Hong Kong for the Easter weekend to help stop the spread of Sars.

One will be a 36-hour, non-stop clean-up of major blackspots, co-ordinated by the Home Affairs Bureau. The other is 'Operation Unite', a private-sector campaign initiated by Education Commission chairwoman Rosanna Wong Yick-ming.

16 Apr 2003 - 12:00am