Sunday, Ming Pao Daily
Four cats kept inside dumped wardrobe, probably for foodSaturday, 29 September, 2012, 2:36am
Today: The Council of Hong Kong Professional Associations organises Symposium on Qualifications Framework. Hong Kong College of Technology.
Monday, May 5: French Chamber of Commerce seminar: 'European norms on construction standards'. PolyU/Bankers' Club.3 May 2008 - 12:00am
Today: Hong Kong College of Technology seminar: 'How to provide professional services in mainland China'. Hong Kong College of Technology.
Lighthouse Club YMC and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators YMG organise a visit to Sky Pier.29 Mar 2008 - 12:00am
Laws governing post-secondary institutions fail to cover those offering associate-degree programmes and need revising, a college of technology head said this week.
Chan Cheuk-hay, president of the Hong Kong College of Technology, said a law to govern post-secondary institutions enacted during the 1970s failed to meet the needs of associate-degree programmes.29 Mar 2008 - 12:00am
Cheung Cheuk-wai never thought he would make a video - until he joined a series of workshops aimed at nurturing students' creativity and interest in movies.
Organised by the Hong Kong College of Technology, the workshops began in January and ended last month.28 Mar 2008 - 12:00am
Tomorrow: Chartered Quality Institute - Hong Kong Branch and Hong Kong Polytechnic University organise 'Business Leader in Quality' Award seminar (in Cantonese). PolyU.
Saturday, March 29: Hong Kong College of Technology seminar: 'How to provide professional services in mainland China'. Hong Kong College of Technology.27 Mar 2008 - 12:00am
Former factory worker Elaine Wong Lai-mui - who spoke yesterday of her struggle to attend Form Five evening classes while working - scored only a few points.
'I have failed the major subjects, including Chinese, in which I'm most confident,' said Ms Wong, who was reluctant to disclose her grades. She earned a pass in geography, Chinese history and economics.10 Aug 2006 - 12:00am
Junior, secondary English courses go
A group of evening schools for adult learners is cutting junior secondary and English courses after failing to win government support, its president has announced.20 May 2006 - 12:00am