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  • Sep 18, 2014
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Celebrating Hong Kong

Chairmen of the board - Hong Kong's last few chopping block craftsmen toil on

The trendiest thing worn at Kwun Tong's Lok Wah market is a bloodstained apron, tucked around the naked beer belly of a balding butcher.

Monday, 2 December, 2013, 12:16pm

Celebrating the spirit of a city

The Post's Celebrating Hong Kong initiative turned its attention to 11 ordinary people who make an extraordinary contribution as the Spirit of Hong Kong awards reached their finale last week.

2 Dec 2013 - 12:16pm

Taking a bite out of two worlds

Up until about 20 years ago, Britain had a bad reputation for its food, around the world and at home. Many people considered it stodgy, underseasoned and unimaginative.

2 Dec 2013 - 12:16pm 1 comment

KMB's 80-year bus journey

As the villages and rice fields that had covered Kowloon for aeons made way for buildings along the first three roads built on the peninsula - Nathan Road, Canton Road and the southern part of Shanghai Street - the need emerged for public transport to serve the booming population.

2 Dec 2013 - 12:16pm

Humble bamboo basket takes a cha siu bow

The bamboo steamers in which dim sum is served in Chinese restaurants across the city are hardly mere cookware - they're an essential part of the Hong Kong story.

2 Dec 2013 - 12:16pm

The Peak Tram - 125 years of ups and downs

The Peak Tram has become a true Hong Kong icon since it first creaked up the hill from Garden Road, witnessing and reflecting changing times.

2 Dec 2013 - 12:16pm

21HK: The chemicals in your water

This interactive series tells the story of 21st Century Hong Kong - of how we live, and the feats of engineering and infrastructure that make life in this city of over seven million people possible. Over the next few months we explore the ways we deal with our waste, get electricity to power our ideas and how we face the challenges of keeping us moving.

2 Dec 2013 - 12:17pm

Angel of Temple Street

Elsa Tse Ngar-yee was a teenage heroin addict and dealer on Yau Ma Tei's Temple Street. Now, a couple of decades later, she is back. Only, this time it is to try to rescue the girls who have taken her place.

2 Dec 2013 - 12:19pm 5 comments

Octogenarian dancer brings cheer to elderly

As 85-year-old Nora Ng Choy-che packs her suitcase, she is not preparing for an exotic vacation in the Bahamas or an island paradise. Instead, she is fetching all the costumes and props she needs for a day with her fans in the nursing home.

2 Dec 2013 - 12:19pm

Small miracles: How hundreds of babies left in a squalid orphanage found loving adoptive parents

They were notoriously called the "dying rooms" where mostly unwanted or orphaned baby girls were sent within state orphanages until the mid-1990s. These babies were a by-product of the mainland's one-child policy.

2 Dec 2013 - 12:19pm 2 comments