I would like to know more about the production process of a newspaper. As newspapers are one of the most important media in the world, I have a strong curiosity to know how people collect news and publish it. I think many other students have the same interest.Friday, 29 December, 2006, 12:00am
I think comics are a bad influence on children. The majority of comics involve violence and sex. These topics are not suitable for children under 15.
It's unhealthy for teenagers to identify with a character who is a hero but kills people.
Also, comics simply tell stories; they don't have educational value.8 May 2006 - 12:00am
Publishing a newspaper involves more than just filling the pages. A paper needs to inform and entertain to keep the reader's attention.
But not all readers are the same. Some like to read every page; others just flip through until something catches their eye.2 Feb 2005 - 12:00am
Are comics trash? A dozen European comic creators looked rather startled to be asked this in a forum dedicated to precisely that question in Hong Kong last week.21 Feb 1998 - 12:00am
The visual arts offerings celebrate the modern artistic identity of one region, and an art form that fought for some years to be taken seriously in another.15 Dec 1997 - 12:00am
On the Net...Local cartoonist Larry Feign, creator of the popular character Lily Wong has established an on-line presence for himself and his comic strip. The site, offered through local Internet service provider Asia On-line, contains archival materials of post installments.28 Mar 1995 - 12:00am
I AGREE with C. K. Lau's article on cartoons, 'All Wrapped Up' (South China Morning Post, March 18). Cartoons and comic strips have become very popular especially with teenagers. Nowadays, shops everywhere are selling them and most teenagers can buy or rent them easily too.21 Mar 1995 - 12:00am
DIMMED lights, spooky music, the delicious shiver down the spine - it's all part of the fun of reading about ghosts and ghouls. But these days, teenagers' taste for horror stories may give them 'thrills' that will badly disturb their sleep, experts say.20 Nov 1994 - 12:00am
I READ your column in Technology Post about American OnLine having comic strips on-line.10 May 1994 - 12:00am
VINCENT Hamlin, who created the popular Alley Oop cartoon strip, died at a rest home in Spring Hill, Florida. He was 93.
Alley Oop, a caveman, rode into the comics astride Dinny the dinosaur nearly 60 years ago. Though Hamlin retired in 1971, Alley Oop still appears in 700 newspapers around the world.18 Jun 1993 - 12:00am