Dawning Information Industry
Shenzhen High-Tech Holdings has signed a letter of intent to acquire the entire share capital of mainland technology company Dawning.Monday, 4 September, 2000, 12:00am
Henderson Land Development is offering for sale another 338 flats at its two new projects - 200 units of La Cite Noble in Tseung Kwan O and 138 units of Dawning Views in Fanling. The company said it would conduct a joint registration for buyers of the two projects from tomorrow to May 7. The units will go on sale on May 9.30 Apr 1998 - 12:00am
Henderson Land Development has registered 5,505 potential buyers for its Dawning Views project in Fanling - the largest number recorded for a new property sale since last year's market slump.
The registration froze more than $825 million as registered buyers were required to put down an initial deposit of $150,000.24 Apr 1998 - 12:00am
Henderson Land Development had registered 4,000 prospective buyers at Dawning Views in Fanling by 7 pm yesterday. Registration will close today. After receiving a strong response during the registration process, the developer raised the total units on sale to 900 from the initial 180 units. Prices for the latest batch are $3,488 per square foot - up 13.68 per cent from the initial batch.23 Apr 1998 - 12:00am
Henderson Land Development has released another 360 units at Dawning Views in Fanling, raising the total units on sale to 900 this Saturday. Prices for additional units are $3,488 per square foot - up 13.68 per cent from the 180 units in the first batch. Registration closes tomorrow.22 Apr 1998 - 12:00am
Henderson Land Development will release another 180 units at Dawning Views in Fanling, raising the units on sale to 360 next Saturday. The average price for the additional units is $3,161 per square foot for cash payment - up 3 per cent from the $3,068 per sq ft in the first batch of 180 units. Registration will be accepted until next Thursday.18 Apr 1998 - 12:00am
Professor Charles Kao Kuen, Vice-Chancellor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, has received the Japan Prize for his pioneering research on optical fibre communication.
Masami Ito, president of the Science and Technology Foundation of Japan, conferred the award at a ceremony attended by the Emperor and Empress of Japan in Tokyo recently.22 May 1996 - 12:00am