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Commentators

Q&A with Dominique Boulet

Hong Kong's Dominique Bouletmay not have achieved his goal of winning a tournament on the Asian Tour but he is making a name for himself as a TV pundit, so much so that he is being labelled as "The Voice of Asian Golf".

Sunday, 19 May, 2013, 8:47am 1 comment

Secondary pupils critique society in news commentary competition

More than 7,500 pupils took part in a series of competitions organised by the Hok Yau Club, a non-governmental organisation, from September to January.

27 Jan 2013 - 5:00am

Public Eye

Double standards on free speech

3 Jun 2009 - 12:00am

Furore over 'faggot' slur sees Mistress of Malice in top form

As a rocket-mouthed firebrand of the Republican right, Ann Coulter built her reputation on denouncing Democrats and liberals with as much venom and savagery as she could muster.

10 Mar 2007 - 12:00am

forum

Recently, Families asked for your views on a controversial book, The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands, by Laura Schlessinger, in which she advises women not to criticise their husbands, to look pretty, keep a tidy house and do their utmost to keep their men happy.

Reader Mary Thompson, from the Peak, was among those who weren't impressed:

21 Aug 2004 - 12:00am

Stepford wives

Last week, Families asked if you agreed with a new book by Dr Laura Schlessinger that advises women to stop nagging, look pretty, keep a good house and do their utmost to keep their husbands happy.

Reader Misty Lau, of Kwai Chung, wasn't impressed.

31 Jul 2004 - 12:00am

Sex maniacs

Birds do it, bees do it, monkeys in the trees do it. And television cannot get enough of it. It is wild about sex, and though in Hong Kong it cannot show too much of it explicitly when in its human form, it can throw off its inhibitions when it comes to animals.

1 Mar 2000 - 12:00am

Host's personality proves winner

Is there a better hour of sports television than ESPN's Sportscenter? The US-angled sports news show airs four days a week on Wharf Cable. It's snappy, hip and up-to-the minute. But most of all it has personality. Puns, vocal characterisations and heavy irony are part of the show's arsenal of humour. Irreverence abounds, plus plenty of references to other pop-cultural phenomena.

21 Oct 1996 - 12:00am