Carl Jung

A Dangerous Method

Starring: Michael Fassbender, Keira Knightley, Viggo Mortensen Director: David Cronenberg Category: III

Thursday, 19 April, 2012, 12:00am

First touch of the ball gives teens a glimmer of hope

For Jung Ho-jung, life has always been about going outside the comfort zone. 'I was educated in a pretty typical middle-class life in Hong Kong, but realised there was life beyond that,' the 36-year old Korean says.

25 Mar 2012 - 12:00am


Quiet by Susan Cain Crown Publishers (e-book)

19 Feb 2012 - 12:00am

Milton Exhibits rides on partners, digital and IT

As a relatively new company in the exhibition service and solution industry, Milton Exhibits leverages collaboration with large and well-established exhibition corporations both locally and abroad, according to Peter Jung, executive director.

29 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

A Rare Recording of Carl Jung

A Rare Recording of Carl Jung by Carl Jung Listen and Live Audio (audiobook)

14 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

To Have or To Be

Ten contemporary Korean artists, including Jung Yeon-doo (Location #15, left), mine 5,000 years of Korean history and reinterpret Korean traditions to depict two aspects of modern society described by social psychologist Erich Fromm. Today-tomorrow, 10am-9pm, HK Visual Arts Centre, 7A Kennedy Rd, Central. Inquiries: 2529 4141. Until tomorrow

3 Dec 2008 - 12:00am

Expat Winling shooting guard bows out in 25-point style

The city's one and only expatriate basketball player in the local top league is hanging up his sneakers. Matthew Jung, who has played with Division A side Winling for seven years, helped the club win three championships. He has also been a perennial leader in three-point shooting and was the league's top scorer in his first season.

23 Jun 2008 - 12:00am

For the love of leather and song

Designer label Aigner presented a special performance of chanteuse Eva Meier's show Love.Caution last month. The German diva performed torch songs and ballads at the Fringe Club post-show cocktails, and Aigner executive Olaf Drubba presented Meier with a limited edition Berlin Bag.

15 Feb 2008 - 12:00am

Psycho pillar

ADAM PHILLIPS is explaining why he struggled to develop a fictional character: 'My writing is more of a delirium than a sense of other people.' This solipsism is surprising from the clinician and essayist, whose 12 books have revitalised Sigmund Freud's exploration of the self-obsessed psyche. It's not that Phillips' elliptical prose lacks the nuance for fiction.

27 Aug 2006 - 12:00am

Light and airy

If you are interested in learning the secret to making ethereal souffles, the Repulse Bay is offering a class in the art on July 14. Executive chef Dietmar Spitzer will teach students how to make cheese souffles and sweet souffles. The one-day course costs $400 and includes lunch at the Verandah. For information phone 2812 2722.

4 Jul 2004 - 12:00am

Moving uptown

Madison's Restaurant & Bar is moving to Central after two years in Pacific Place, Admiralty. The New York-style restaurant and bar will close the doors on its present location on May 15 and is expected to open again in early June. The new premises in Hutchinson House, Central (tel: 2523 4772) was previously the home of the Scottish pub Caledonia, and before that the Bull & Bear.

18 Apr 2004 - 12:00am

The psychology of consulting

Consultants use psychology in the strangest ways, applying theories to situations that would make their original formulators turn in their graves. Clients probably pay consultants for relatively objective, zeitgeist-attuned hunches as much as anything else. But, as elsewhere in life, the packaging does count. Psychology, it seems, increasingly provides the necessary authoritative oomph.

14 Nov 2003 - 12:00am

Forever Jung

The issues of our age are not so new. Globalisation, cultural conflicts, alienation and spiritual bankruptcy in affluent communities - these were all concerns of past thinkers. One of them, the psychologist Carl Gustav Jung, seems particularly relevant today. After a period of relative obscurity, references to his work again proliferate in popular culture.

24 Oct 2003 - 12:00am

Stories take flight

BAMBERT LEADS a very lonely and sad life, but he sees no alternative. He lives alone in the attic at the top of the house and hardly ever goes out. He does not want to face the stares and comments from the people he would meet if he went downstairs into the outside world. He knows they would pity him or laugh at him, and he does not want that.

1 Dec 2002 - 12:00am

Boost for basketball

The Asian Basketball Confederation (ABC) is spreading its message into Hong Kong's international schools.

Delia School of Canada and the Canadian International School have hosted coaching clinics and held discussions to improve their basic game.

Behind the concept is ABC promotions clinic co-ordinator and event executive Matthew Jung.

30 Jan 1998 - 12:00am