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Edward Youde

Ex-governor David Wilson 'clueless' why he got job over Prince Charles

Former Hong Kong governor David Wilson has no idea why he was assigned to run the city in the 1980s instead of Prince Charles, who, according to a recent book, once topped a list of candidates.

Tuesday, 30 October, 2012, 11:53am

Doors open for best and brightest

Many institutions are making the dream of studying abroad come true through grants and scholarships

INCREASING OFFERS OF scholarships and student awards are helping to boost demand for overseas study, making it possible for the best and brightest students from all backgrounds to realise their dream of studying abroad.

15 Jul 2006 - 12:00am

Friendly approach to arts

Performing arts can be delivered right to your school doorstep this year, thanks to the 2006 Young Friends Scheme.

Organised by the Hong Kong Arts Festival, the programme aims to expose students to performing arts by bringing the shows to their schools.

6 Oct 2005 - 12:00am

Letters

Tit for tat

I wish to clarify a point about my letter 'Citizens only' (Sunday Morning Post, November 23) and respond to the letter 'Unique and vulnerable' (November 25).

30 Nov 2003 - 12:00am

Youde scholarship time

Applications are invited for the Sir Edward Youde memorial fellowships and scholarships for overseas studies in postgraduate or undergraduate programmes. Download forms from www.info.gov.hk/sfaa/new/index.htm

27 Jul 2002 - 12:00am

Hard lessons from a repeat of history

Watching the Chief Executive deliver the Policy Address is not simply watching history in the making. It is hearing history repeat itself. Not just five years of history. More like 30.

If observers detected little change in the Tung Chee-hwa of 1997 and yesterday's slightly greyer, rather grim-looking messenger, that sameness was nothing compared to the message itself.

11 Oct 2001 - 12:00am

Hard lessons from a repeat of history

Watching the Chief Executive deliver the Policy Address is not simply watching history in the making. It is hearing history repeat itself. Not just five years of history. More like 30.

If observers detected little change in the Tung Chee-hwa of 1997 and yesterday's slightly greyer, rather grim-looking messenger, that sameness was nothing compared to the message itself.

11 Oct 2001 - 12:00am

SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST STUDENT OF THE YEAR FINALISTS

Winnie Fung Wan-yi, 18, Form Six, Diocesan Girls' School.

Exam results: 10 As at HKCEE.

School posts: Head girl; house captain; chief editor of school magazine; committee member of Fencing Team; vice-chairman of Citizens' Club; vice- chairman of Chinese Instrumental Classes; treasurer of Youth Fellowship.

24 Feb 2000 - 12:00am