A Singaporean taxi driver has been heralded as a hero after he returned S$1.1 million (HK$6.96 million) in cash to a vacationing Thai couple who left the money in his cab.Wednesday, 21 November, 2012, 2:59am
The mainland currently provides subsidised rental housing as well as more upmarket housing for sale at subsidised prices - equivalent to the Home Ownership Scheme (HOS) in Hong Kong.
For almost a decade, Hong Kong provided subsidised public housing for rent only, but it recently revived the HOS in response to vocal demand for assisted home ownership.19 Sep 2012 - 2:45am 1 comment
I hate seeing the value of my investments drop, so I've been keeping my money in cash. Is that a good strategy given there's still so much uncertainty around?
By protecting yourself from risk in one area you may unwittingly expose yourself to risk in another. Keeping cash in the bank to protect its value leaves you wide open to a more insidious risk - inflation.17 Sep 2012 - 3:26pm
Even in the spiritual home of police chases, it was a wild ride.
A pair of bank robbery suspects caused mayhem after hurling fistfuls of stolen cash from their vehicle in a failed getaway from Los Angeles cops. As the cash fluttered in the breeze, hundreds of people scrambled into the path of oncoming police cars, lunging at the flying bills.14 Sep 2012 - 4:11am
A lingerie model's state of mind is poised to become Exhibit A in the criminal courts - and the rule of law will benefit from the experience.18 Oct 2011 - 12:00am
Cheung Yiu-wing was ordered by the Court of First Instance yesterday to declare bankruptcy. The veteran promoter was being chased by the listed investment company CASH Financial to repay the HK$4.82 million cost of a lost legal battle in June last year. The court had heard that Mr Cheung filed a High Court writ in 2000, claiming CASH chairman Bankee Kwan Pak-hoo breached an agreement.11 Apr 2007 - 12:00am
THE hitherto little known CASH organisation is now making news trying to justify its functions, but I think it is preposterous that 'royalties' are due for playing music not for profit (at one's Christmas party) and at a charity show.7 Feb 1995 - 12:00am