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Kely Support Group

Emily Woo Zeller

Dancer and actor

Perfume: none. 'I use Bath & Body Works lotion.'

Shopping: boutiques on Lamma Island. 'I like handmade and vintage stuff.'

Jeans: 'Esprit and US mall brand l.e.i.'

Sunday, 29 April, 2007, 12:00am

Emily Woo Zeller

Dancer and actor

Perfume: none. 'I use Bath & Body Works lotion.'

Shopping: boutiques on Lamma Island. 'I like handmade and vintage stuff.'

Jeans: 'Esprit and US mall brand l.e.i.'

Shoes: Nine West. 'Most dress shoes cut my feet but theirs don't.'

Sunglasses: Serengeti Aviators.

29 Apr 2007 - 12:00am

Evergreen wildlife chief relishes role

Eric Bohm, at 62, brings a lifetime of skills to bear in top job at the WWF

14 Apr 2007 - 12:00am

Jamboree

Charity party with proceeds going to Kely Support Group. Performers include alternative folk singer/guitarist Nicky Evans (right), reggae-ska outfit Transnoodle and Tim Castle. Tonight, 9pm, V13 Vodka Bar, 13 Old Bailey St, SoHo. Donations welcome. Inquiries: 9803 6650 or www.kely.org

3 Mar 2007 - 12:00am

Campaign breaks record - with 4 days to go

HK$12.5m already donated surpasses last year's haul

It is official. This year's Operation Santa Claus fund-raising campaign has smashed last year's record, but there's still another four days to make a difference.

28 Dec 2006 - 12:00am

Social work gives youngsters skills for a better future

The youngsters are often quite arrogant and rude when Marcia Aw first meets them. They don't need her help; they're just fine, thank you.

17 Dec 2006 - 12:00am

Take that! In a good cause

SPLAT! THERE'S NOTHING wrong with the boy's aim, and the 'cream pie' he's holding hits deputy principal Reg Johnston squarely in the face to cheers and laughter from about 100 students.

16 Dec 2006 - 12:00am

Take that! In a good cause

Splat! There's nothing wrong with the boy's aim, and the 'cream pie' he's holding hits deputy principal Reg Johnston squarely in the face to cheers and laughter from about 100 students.

15 Dec 2006 - 12:00am

STRAIGHT AHEAD

WONG MEI-SZE USED to frequent the Mongkok club where 13-year-old Chek Wai-yin hung out just before she died last month after taking a cocktail of hallucinogens. The 22-year-old was about the same age when she got her first taste of drugs - from friends at a disco.

25 Aug 2006 - 12:00am