Paul Tchen, general manager, operations planning and support, Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels
Paul Y Engineering, the 65.2 per cent-owned subsidiary of bulk cargo port and infrastructure group PYI Corp, is seeking a new boss to replace Billy Wong who leaves next month.
The construction industry has called for the scrapping of a decades-old subcontracting system in the wake of a series of scandals which have rocked the confidence of home-buyers.
One-third of women say they are the major income earners in the family.
They were responding to a survey on employment problems faced by women.
The Housing Authority endorsed a plan yesterday to remove wealthy tenants from public rental flats to stop a misuse of resources.
More than 60 tenants protested outside the meeting,...
Taxi, minibus and lorry drivers staged a protest at the Central Government Offices yesterday against a police plan to tighten regulations on speeding.
A Guangdong hotel is photocopying and scanning travel documents for police in a bid to help track down criminals.
The Garden Hotel in Guangzhou admitted its computers had been linked...
Elderly people living alone may suffer severe stress when forced to change homes, a survey has found ahead of a huge redevelopment programme due to begin in public estates.
Students are concerned over their academic results and are being put under pressure through marked assessments, a survey has found.
Big Spender's relatives are unlikely to find buyers for their properties, even though their assets have been unfrozen by the court.
Wong Wai-ming has had to refuse an offer of $150,000 for his illegal rooftop hut of 16 years because it is not enough to buy another one.
The father of five has been in the queue for...
MR TUNG'S impressive 1997 housing pledges have been thrown out the window with the plunge in property prices.