International fans of the martial-arts style made famous by kung fu legend Wong Fei-hung will find it easier to learn with the publication of its first English-language manual.Wednesday, 15 May, 2013, 6:00pm
Matthew Polly knows about being an introvert and an extrovert. When it's suggested he must be an extrovert, he doesn't deny it but confesses he used to be a skinny, nerdy boy, always too shy and geeky to communicate. Back then, he found it was always the suave and outgoing people who tended to lead or become popular among girls in the US, and he wanted to be one of them.20 Apr 2013 - 3:37am
Hong Kong audiences from today can tune into a new online television station, featuring parenting, cookery and lifestyle shows. Nothing unusual there - except that all the hosts are blind, deaf or physically disabled.27 Apr 2012 - 12:00am
Shreya Thapa, 12, St Margaret's Co-educational English School
cd: Doo-Wops & Hooligans by Bruno Mars contains the hit Just the Way You Are and loads of other catchy tunes.
dvd: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1. Great special effects, epic part 1 to the end of the saga.18 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
Many years ago, the peacock villain Lord Shen (voiced by Gary Oldman) made plans to take over all of China by harnessing the power of fireworks. But a goat soothsayer (Michelle Yeoh) warned him that 'a warrior of black and white' would ruin his plans. Shen assumed the warrior was a panda and wiped out a whole village of the cuddly bears.5 Aug 2011 - 12:00am
Many years ago, the peacock villain Lord Shen (voiced by Gary Oldman) made plans to take over all of China by harnessing the power of fireworks. But a goat soothsayer (Michelle Yeoh) warned him that 'a warrior of black and white' would ruin his plans. Shen assumes that warrior is a panda, and wipes out a whole village of the cuddly bears.24 Jul 2011 - 12:00am
Need is one thing, get is quite another. The last thing Hong Kong cinema needs is another romantic-dromedy starring pin-up girl Chrissie Chow. What we get is exactly that.
Sharon (Chow) and Rachel (Teresa Fu) live on the island of Pui Long Bay. Their lives revolve around working at their uncle's beach restaurant, where they learn kung fu and play beach volleyball.14 Jul 2011 - 12:00am
Families tucking into supper and a television movie this evening may have to choose between two highly entertaining films with multigenerational appeal. Both revolve around standing up to bullies, but how each arrives at that message couldn't be more different.19 Jun 2011 - 12:00am
Wan Kei-ho, who teaches kung fu in Western, shares his views on traditional Chinese martial arts.
What should parents consider?
Parents must determine if children are interested in learning martial arts, as it requires dedication and hard work.
Are there any styles of kung fu that suit youngsters of different ages?30 May 2011 - 12:00am