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Charles Lee

Accountant donates HK$2m to OpenU

Senior accountant Lee Man-ban has donated HK$2 million to set up a new bursary for social science, economics and psychology students at the Open University.

Saturday, 13 September, 2008, 12:00am

Big boots to fill as fog lifts on chief's likely successors

With executive councillor Charles Lee Yeh-kwong scaling back his public duties due to asthma-related health problems, it is little wonder the government is turning its attention to Hong Kong's pollution worries.

21 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Charles Lee to quit public life on doctor's orders

Executive Councillor Charles Lee Yeh-kwong is relinquishing his public duties on the advice of his doctor.

Mr Lee has told the government he will not accept any new public duties and is unlikely to renew any of his current terms of office when they expire.

17 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

False confidence?

It's back - Sars, that is. The superbug that infected some 8,000 people around the world and killed one tenth of those stricken officially returned after a six-month hiatus, with the confirmation on Monday of a case involving a 32-year-old Guangdong man.

10 Jan 2004 - 12:00am

Asian values

The passing of the second anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks against America reminded us that we are living in an age of great global upheaval. True, since that fateful day, the world has not changed quite as much as people thought it would.

23 Sep 2003 - 12:00am

Tarnished star

My wife and I moved to Hong Kong in the summer of 2000 to pursue what we thought would be 'bigger and better' professional opportunities.

9 Jun 2003 - 12:00am

Lee: 1993 a good year

THE chairman of the stock exchange, Charles Lee Yeh-kwong, says 1993 has been a record year in many ways for Hong Kong in terms of turnover and issuance.

6 Dec 1993 - 12:00am

Exchange chairman's law links questioned

FINANCIAL Secretary Mr Hamish Macleod may be asked to look into a possible conflict of interest involving the stock exchange's chairman, Mr Charles Lee Yeh-kwong, and his legal company, which stands to gain financially from the planned listing of mainland Chinese companies.

21 Mar 1993 - 12:00am