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Kai Hiwatari

Students engineer a regional breakthrough

Three engineering students from the Institute of Vocational Education are gearing up to take on regional rivals tomorrow for the chance to represent China in an international contest.

Saturday, 8 November, 2008, 12:00am

Plea for time over cruise terminal

Property developers in the city are expected to unite to demand the government give them more time to prepare their bids for the cruise terminal tender, saying it is impossible to prepare tenders for such an important project in the allotted four months.

28 Jan 2008 - 12:00am

Work Aid

Caring bosses can ease the pain and worries of their employees

Philip Wu Tze-cheung understands what it's like to live with long-term illnesses like cancer. Diagnosed with a serious kidney condition 10 years ago, he knows only too well that on top of all the personal worries come the extra concerns about work and job security.

17 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

Changing market raises standards

Property management is no longer just about repairing facilities and ensuring security. With the growing market for luxury residential buildings, grade A office and urban renewal projects carried out in different districts in recent years, it is not just the demand for property management that has been rising fast. The quality of those in the industry has also improved significantly.

17 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Scheme inspires turnaround in students who failed the HKCEE

Sun Hung Kai Properties vice-chairman Thomas Kwok Ping-kwong yesterday shared his lapse at school with a group of youngsters who failed the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination.

9 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

Missing link

Planners are scratching their heads over how to link the former airport site at Kai Tak to neighbouring areas across the water without contravening environmental laws. Do you have any suggestions? Write to us

25 Aug 2006 - 12:00am

12-month process 'too long for a child'

Children involved in the court system must be dealt with quickly and with extreme care, a child rights

activist said yesterday.

Priscilla Lui Tsang Sun-kai, director of Against Child Abuse, said it was essential for a child's welfare

that any allegations made by them or against them were cleared up as soon as possible.

20 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Kai Hii Kitora

Secret shows, unusual releases, props - local five-piece melodic hardcore pop outfit Kai Hii Kitora are injecting some much-needed imagination into the local music scene.

19 Nov 2004 - 12:00am

All you need is love

The darling couple of Hong Kong society, Brenda and Kai-bong Chau, will not reveal how many Christmases they have spent together. Etiquette forbids such a tawdry reference that might be connected to age.

6 Dec 2002 - 12:00am

What the broker said...

The Legend Group makes and sells own-brand personal computers, while distributing foreign-brand computers and related products. The firm also offers systems integration services and manufactures motherboards.

26 May 2002 - 12:00am

WHAT THE BROKER SAYS...

Legend Holdings manufactures and sells own-brand personal computers, while distributing foreign-brand computers and related products, and offers systems integration services. It also manufactures motherboards.

According to a recent Sun Hung Kai Research report, the mainland could turn into a 'nasty battlefield' as far as PC manufacture goes.

8 Jul 2001 - 12:00am

Super Boy's share price genie-us

That Richard Li is such a comic.

Seriously. His cartoon likeness appeared on the cover of Subculture's new book, sporting a Superman cape and flying over Hong Kong.

Of course, we can't say for certain that it's him, because the character is called 'I.T. Kai' instead of Richard Li Tzar-kai.

16 Mar 2001 - 12:00am

High cost prompts youngsters to break law

Sixteen-year-old secondary school pupil So Chun-kai spends four hours a day surfing the Internet and admits he sometimes illegally downloads music.

Chun-kai and his friends have learned to download songs from Web sites to save money although they know they might be acting on the wrong side of international copyright law.

29 Jul 2000 - 12:00am

Man injured

A 50-year-old man suffered deep cuts to his right arm after it was caught in a machine he was trying to fix at a construction site in Kai Ming Street, Hunghom. He was stable in Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

25 Apr 2000 - 12:00am

Ex-addict's 'act of friendship' backfired with drugs charge

An ex-drug addict allowed his former roommate to wash at his home only to be charged with allowing the flat to be used to store more than 2kg of 'ice', a court heard yesterday.

Lao Pou-meng, 24, and Kai Chi-ming were 'not the best of friends', defence counsel Newman Wong told the Court of First Instance.

10 Jul 1999 - 12:00am

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