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Au Yeung

Uphill challenge for racer who lost both legs to polio

It's an uphill task, but Patrick Au Yeung Yee-kan, 52, is all ready to conquer the steep slope on the Marsh Road bridge in Wan Chai - in a wheelchair.

Saturday, 4 February, 2012, 12:00am

Villagers rethink after rail vote dooms homes

With emotions running high after Tsoi Yuen Tsuen was dealt the death blow by Saturday's Legislative Council approval of funding for the high-speed rail link, villagers are now having to turn their minds to the inevitable - signing up for compensation and deciding where to move.

18 Jan 2010 - 12:00am

Cows' fate to be sealed by Lunar New Year

The fate of more than 100 cows rescued from the slaughterhouse will be decided by the Lunar New Year, when the operator of a cattle shelter is forced to move from a Yuen Long farm after 10 years.

7 Jan 2010 - 12:00am

I lost control, accused says

Having sex with a model who wanted better luck was an out-of-body experience for a truck driver turned Taoist master, a court heard yesterday.

Au Yeung Kwok-fu, a self-proclaimed Mao Shan practitioner, told his defence barrister in court that he had no control over his body when he performed a sex ritual on the 19-year-old model.

24 Nov 2009 - 12:00am

Model made 'goddaughter' before being duped into sex, court hears

A teenage model who claims a truck driver duped her into having sex with him on the pretext of performing a Taoist ritual to boost her career conceded yesterday that she had become his 'goddaughter' before the first ritual was performed.

5 Nov 2009 - 12:00am

Hong Kong Faces

It is rare for an artist to be willing to see his work destroyed, but that is the lot of Au Yeung Ping-chi, who is in the business of making paper replicas of items that are burned for the dead to enjoy in the afterlife

Paper artist Au Yeung Ping-chi is used to seeing his creations go up in smoke - in fact if they did not, he would be out of a job.

17 Jan 2008 - 12:00am

Minibus driver jailed over death

A minibus driver who ran a red light and knocked down and killed a cyclist on a pedestrian crossing was jailed for three years yesterday.

District Court Deputy Judge Sham Siu-man also disqualified Au Yeung Kwok-kin from driving for five years.

Au Yeung, 48, who had pleaded not guilty, was convicted of one count of dangerous driving causing death.

15 Jan 2008 - 12:00am

For the trendy spirits ...

In an industry that deals with death every day, Au Yeung Ping-chi's work is probably the most interesting and least spooky - he makes trendy paper products for the dead.

The custom of burning paper offerings can be traced back thousands of years on the mainland.

31 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

Ditching the comforts of city life to save cows from slaughterhouse

Francesca Au Yeung Sin-yue gave up her office job and comfortable city life to spend her time rounding up and rescuing cattle.

Dressed in an old shirt and wearing a farmer's hat, Ms Au Yeung looked the part as she watched her cows and buffaloes grazing in a New Territories field on a scorching summer day last week.

5 Aug 2007 - 12:00am

In Brief

Man held for throwing furniture from King's Road flat window

11 Jun 2007 - 12:00am