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Chan poised to make HK team

Windsurfer Chan King-yin is looking likely to win Hong Kong team selection for this year's Asian Games in Guangzhou as he continues to impress in the Hyeres Regatta in France.

Saturday, 1 May, 2010, 12:00am

Those charged or convicted

July 2008 Senior programme officer David Ho Chung-yan is charged with one count of misconduct in public office after he allegedly uses his mother's name to make 93 claims for fees for freelance scriptwriting and research services, totalling HK$405,000. He is on bail pending trial in the District Court.

2 Aug 2008 - 12:00am

HK youth ignorant of civic rights, duties

Almost nine out of 10 young people in Hong Kong said they had never voiced their opinions on current affairs in the media, according to a survey by youth group Breakthrough.

The findings have fuelled calls for a revamp in civic education to boost youngsters' participation in public affairs.

16 Jun 2008 - 12:00am

Ho in choppy waters despite win

Hong Kong's Ho Chi-ho has won his first race at the RSX world championships, but still faces a tough battle to reach the medal round of the Auckland regatta in New Zealand.

Ho is 17th overall after eight races and has only two races left today to break into the top 10, who go through to the medal round.

18 Jan 2008 - 12:00am

Radio host in court on fraud charges

Radio host and producer Chan King-chong appeared in the District Court yesterday for allegedly defrauding RTHK by falsely claiming HK$93,900 for his mother's scriptwriting and research services. Chan, 40, faces 12 deception charges, including false representation in 10 payment claims submitted between February 2001 and January 2002 that his mother, Wong Yuk-fong, had provided such services.

10 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Disc jockey denies defrauding RTHK

An RTHK disc jockey yesterday denied stealing HK$18,900 from the broadcaster by making bogus claims for scriptwriting and research fees.

Vera Lee, 35, who broadcasts as La La Lam, pleaded not guilty in Kowloon City Court to six charges of theft and money-laundering and was released on HK$10,000 bail to appear again in the same court on November 12.

23 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

Windsurfers off to trials

With temperatures and light winds in their favour, Hong Kong windsurfers Ho Chi-ho and Vicky Chan Wai-kei depart today for the Good Luck Beijing 2007 Qingdao International Regatta.

8 Aug 2007 - 12:00am

Peace hopes low for Democrats' dinner

Reformist and mainstream factions of the Democratic Party held peace talks at a dinner last night, striving to achieve unity and hoping to put last year's bickering behind them.

Chan King-ming, regarded as the leader of the reformist faction, joined new party chairman Albert Ho Chun-yan and his deputy, Tik Chi-yuen, for the dinner meeting.

4 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

Democrats tackle divide over dinner

Reformist and mainstream factions of the Democratic Party had a 'clear the air' dinner last night, hoping to put last year's bickering behind them and unite the party for a busy year.

New chairman Albert Ho Chun-yan and vice-chairman Tik Chi-yuen met reformist members including their leader, Chan King-ming. Professor Chan was dumped as a vice-chairman last month.

4 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

Albert Ho beats reformists in race to lead Democrats

Lawmaker Albert Ho Chun-yan was elected chairman of the Democratic Party yesterday, easily overcoming a challenge by a reformist faction in the party.

He immediately stressed the need for solidarity and unity in the party, which has suffered from factional disputes in recent years.

18 Dec 2006 - 12:00am

Chan adds fifth gold for HK

Chan King-yin clinched Hong Kong's first-ever men's windsurfing gold medal when he won the mistral lightweight competition at the Asian Games in Doha yesterday.

With the final two races scheduled for today, Chan, who has won all seven races so far, has already laid claim to the title, no matter where he finishes today.

11 Dec 2006 - 12:00am

Loan interest angers students

More than 20 university students protested in front of the Secretary for Education and Manpower, Joseph Wong Wing-ping, yesterday against the Government's education policy.

Student representative Chan King-chi, from the University of Hong Kong, described the policy as 'running like a business' while disregarding students' interests.

27 Nov 1999 - 12:00am

Victim's relatives lash out

May Chan's killer was a two-faced liar and a cheat, her family said yesterday.

The victim's brother, Chan King-hong, 36, said Lam had proved to be the kind of person who could show different faces to different people.

He said Lam seemed gentle and was nice to his sister when he was brought to family gatherings.

11 Jul 1996 - 12:00am

Visitors light up scene

IT was like a ray of sunshine in the lives of the mentally handicapped patients at the Lai Yiu Rehabilitation Centre when a team of pop stars dropped by for a visit recently.

The visit was organised by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK2) and a service team of Solar Ambassadors.

4 Aug 1995 - 12:00am