Are you stumped for an answer every time someone overseas asks: 'So, what's changed in Hong Kong since the handover?'Three local literary luminaries have decided to create a forum on the subject with a blog called hongkongchanges.com.Friday, 15 June, 2007, 12:00am
Hong Kong Whodunnits - One City, Twelve Murders
edited by Diana McPartlin
Hong Kong Writers' Circle, HK$99
Surprise and satisfaction should be the goal of the writer of whodunnits, a game governed by standards of fair play in which the reader is presented with a set of obscure or misleading clues that lead logically to the identity of a murderer.18 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
He's chairman of the Hong Kong Writers' Circle but Lawrence Gray (left) has been spending a lot of time in Singapore. That's because he is now a TV series writer there. 'It's the second season of Life Line, a drama about the lives and loves of the Singapore Civil Defence Force.5 Jan 2007 - 12:00am
I don't think my time at school in London in the 1960s was very educational. It was the bits in between that were.
The lessons were indifferent so it is my friends and social life I remember.
Recently, I logged on to a website that reunites friends from schooldays and met up with several of my old pals.9 Sep 2006 - 12:00am
LAWRENCE GRAY IS probably best known in Hong Kong for his contribution to the literary scene. He founded the Hong Kong Writer's Circle.
Yet last week the Briton, who has never made a film, edged out acclaimed directors to win the Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum's award for the most promising local project.27 Mar 2006 - 12:00am