Cai Li Fo

TV journalist to sue police chief over arrest

Television reporting intern Kiri Choy Pui-man is suing police chief Andy Tsang Wai-hung for unlawful arrest and detention during the overnight protest in Central on July 1.

Monday, 12 September, 2011, 12:00am

Equality rules on Hong Kong scene

There is no shortage of talented women choreographers in Hong Kong who share an equal footing with their male counterparts on the local dance scene, according to the Hong Kong Dance Alliance.

15 Nov 2009 - 12:00am

Good leadership means rising to the challenges

Local senior executives see the same core values, no matter how they choose to express or explain them

Every senior executive has his or her own views on what it takes to become a great business leader. They have no hesitation in listing certain key requirements or desired characteristics. But to the casual observer it can easily seem that no two people think alike.

18 Aug 2007 - 12:00am

Two missing people located

Updated at 5.53pm: Police said on Monday they had located two people who were earlier reported missing separately.

The first was a 43-year-old woman, Chan Yuk-mui, who was reported missing by her younger sister on December 16, 2005.

The woman was last seen at her home in Siu Hong Court in Tuen Mun on the morning of December 13, 2005.

13 Feb 2006 - 12:00am

Moving on

How some of the fire's survivors have moved on:

Chan Choy-man is now working in the field of graphic design.

Chan Wai-hung and Chong Mei-yee are studying in high school.

So Yuen-shan studies English and accounting in Sydney, Australia.

Cheung Yun-hang is about to enter the State University of San Francisco.

10 Feb 2006 - 12:00am

A minority's major growth

The number of Hong Kong-born people living in Britain rose to 94,611 in 2001 from 72,884 in 1991, with nearly a quarter living in London. However, some of them may be returning colonial personnel whose children were born in Hong Kong.

21 Sep 2005 - 12:00am

Morality take title

Ha Kwai Chung Government Secondary School held its 24th annual Sports Day recently. Chan King-hong, Chan Kam-lung and Yim Wing-kwan emerged champions in the boys' Grades A, B and C respectively, while Chan Suk-foom, Wong Ching-man and Lee Shu-bing took the girls' titles.

Morality House claimed the overall championship.

29 Nov 2002 - 12:00am

New start sets off worries

Starting a new school year is always an exciting experience. You get to make new friends and some of you may even get more freedom because you are a year older. However, for others, these few weeks can be a little daunting.

12 Sep 2001 - 12:00am

High standard of teaching

I refer to the letter from Carry Chan headlined, 'Popular' (South China Morning Post, September 11), talking about the popularity of tutorial classes in Hong Kong.

Ms Chan is right to expect the Government to ensure tutorial colleges meet all legal requirements.

23 Sep 1997 - 12:00am

Drug den sentence

Choy Chung-ling, 65, who turned his home into a drug den for his clansmen, was jailed for 3.5 years by the District Court.

17 Apr 1997 - 12:00am

China's women in the spotlight

EVERY other year when Esther Choy Shan-yu visits her relatives in Fujian, she witnesses the same scenes.

Village girls are chosen husbands by parents and those with meagre dowries are scorned by everybody, especially the in-laws. A married woman is no better off. She lives in her husband's shadow, being allotted the role of child-rearing only.

2 Mar 1995 - 12:00am

Chan through to final

HONG KONG'S World Championship representative Chan Wai-tat came back from two frames down to beat Lau Shu-chou 4-2 and book his final berth in the Hong Kong Amateur Snooker Championship last night at the Sun Mong Club in Hung Hom.

29 Dec 1993 - 12:00am

Heated debate as feminists meet Heung Yee Kuk

ANGRY feminist groups and the male-dominated Heung Yee Kuk clashed yesterday in an argumentative meeting over women's rights in the New Territories.

4 Jul 1993 - 12:00am