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Your detailed coverage of the plight of Hong Kong's urban and rural trees highlights the need for urgent action if we are to save at least some of our natural heritage.6 May 2013 - 2:55am 5 comments
The former lawmaker and urban councillor, who turns 100 on June 2, became emotional when expressing sympathy for striking dock workers and anger with a billionaire, whom she declined to name.22 Apr 2013 - 12:48pm 22 comments
Working out regularly from a young age is the secret of longevity for former urban councillor Elsie Tu, who is allowed to take it rather more easily now as she approaches her 100th birthday.22 Apr 2013 - 4:52am 1 comment
When Hong Kong's lawmakers finish a marathon three-day session next week it will signal more than the begining of the summer recess, it will close the doors on a slice of history.10 Jul 2011 - 12:00am
Selling arms to regime is interference
The bloody suppression of human rights in Myanmar has brought out the usual stale formula from those nations supporting the junta's style of government.
Spokesmen in Beijing, Bangkok and Delhi are happy to announce that their governments 'do not interfere in the activities of a neighbouring sovereign state'.25 Oct 2007 - 12:00am
I found Elsie Tu's comments on the controversy generated by Ma Lik ('Political parties use Tiananmen tragedy as propaganda ', June 9) disturbing.
She says: 'Ma Lik sets a good example in caring about people.'14 Jun 2007 - 12:00am
This year's Harvard Club of Hong Kong Schools Book Prize is now open to all secondary schools in Hong Kong.
Each school that applies can choose three outstanding students who will win a prize. The students will be invited to attend a special ceremony to receive their prizes.10 Apr 2007 - 12:00am
Has it ever occurred to the advertising gurus that there is something called green marketing? When they conceive of their ingenious marketing campaigns, could they please take into consideration the wastage factor.
One does not need to go as far as saving forests, but the amount of rubbish produced by complicated marketing promotions is unnecessary.17 May 2006 - 12:00am
From the South China Morning Post this week in 1966
A key witness of the Kowloon riots denied before the Commission of Inquiry that he had received a $5,000 'payoff' from Elsie Elliott (today better known as Elsie Tu) for his part in the anti-fare-rise demonstrations.24 May 2005 - 12:00am