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Kwok Ka-Ming

Buns away as scramblers warm up

Cheung Chau native and four-time champion Kwok Ka-ming is steeling himself to regain the 'bun-scrambling king' title as one of the city's cultural highlights approaches.

Monday, 9 April, 2012, 12:00am

Kwok helps rebuild game in China

Kwok Ka-ming brought Chinese soccer to its knees in 1985 when the then Hong Kong coach orchestrated a stunning victory over the mainland in the World Cup qualifiers. Now, with the game in China at an all-time low, Kwok is at the heart of its rebuilding

4 Mar 2012 - 12:00am

Firefighter grabs bun scramble title for second year

The Cheung Chau local stands by his word, winning chaotic contest for island

Firefighter Jason Kwok Ka-ming was celebrating early today after capturing the Cheung Chau bun scrambling title for himself and his island two years in a row in a 'chaotic' contest.

6 May 2006 - 12:00am

Get a grip, man

Anxious spectators look on to learn who qualified fastest for Friday's final of the Cheung Chau Bun Scrambling championship.

Twelve men, aged between 22 and 42, were the quickest to scale the 15-metre bun tower frame. Leading the pack was Kwok Ka-ming in 10.03 seconds, followed by Lai Chi-wai (10.17) and Tsang Shun-man (11.51).

30 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

East Asian showpiece to underline SAR indifference to game

Hong Kong's participation in the inaugural East Asian Football Federation Championship next week will be a painful reminder of how little political backing the game in the SAR gets, according to coaching guru Kwok Ka-ming.

30 Nov 2003 - 12:00am

Rider reins in prize with super second in Seoul

An outstanding performance in the first Asian Equestrian Championships in Seoul earned an SAR rider a cash incentive of $2,500, sports gear worth $2,500 and a trophy.

All the dedication and hours of training paid off for Ip Wing-hang when he took out the Adidas/Hong Kong Sports Institute Junior Star of the Month Award for October.

5 Dec 1997 - 12:00am

'Mastermind' plots HK's course to Cup success

National coach and former international Kwok Ka-ming is today presented with the ideal means to silence a legion of critics who claim that soccer at the highest level in the territory has slumped to an all-time low.

22 Feb 1997 - 12:00am