In a city with bad air pollution and cramped apartments, Margaret Chen says bringing greenery indoors is an easy path to better air quality and peace of mind.
The many pros of regular exercise
Nowadays many Hong Kong teenagers bury themselves in their studies or sit in front of their computers all day long. They do little exercise or play...
Will you upgrade your TV for the digital age?
Just when Hong Kong enters a new era of digital broadcasting, it is also entering a disastrous pollution era.
The government guidelines to schools on how to react to high pollution days are outdated and inadequate. There is a need for teachers and parents to be given more accurate and meaningful advice....
Natural ventilation is the most effective way to improve indoor air quality, although some new building designs might limit the effect, an indoor-air-quality expert says.
Property management companies trying to protect the environment and promote greener practices have one thing on their side - the power of multiplication.
A study of indoor air quality in bars has found those that allow smoking are at least 10 times more polluted than those that ban it.
What Asian Elenex 2006, Asian Building Technologies 2006 and Asian Securitex 2006
When June 7-9
Where Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre...
An entertainment industry group and a tobacco giant yesterday sought to promote better ventilation as an alternative to a smoking ban - but were immediately rebuffed by the government.
A proposed programme to improve indoor air quality in offices and public places will be ready for consultation next month.
From traffic lights to security X-ray machines, the Transport, Security and Central Services division has its hands full in helping to keep Hong Kong safely on the move.
I READ with interest the comments made by Alex Wong on September 8 and Karen Wong on September 12 on the chilling tem-perature settings in most Hong Kong buildings.