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Lai See

The Philippines as perilous as Syria? Or is government playing politics?

Friday, 12 August, 2011, 12:00am

Ho family shares feud takes a New Year break

Macau gaming tycoon Stanley Ho Hung-sun met his lawyer Gordon Oldham for two and a half hours yesterday at his hilltop residence at No1 Repulse Bay Road.

5 Feb 2011 - 12:00am

Stanley Ho drops all legal action against family

Stanley Ho Hung-sun has withdrawn his lawsuit - three days after it was filed - against family members accused of 'improperly and/or illegally' seizing control of his empire.

31 Jan 2011 - 12:00am

Ho family's power network

Macau tycoon Stanley Ho Hung-sun's living room could double as a mini mainland political consultative conference in the future.

Chan Un Chan (also known as Chan Yuen-chun), Ho's third wife, made it six of a kind for the family when she became a delegate to the Guangdong provincial Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference at its recent annual meeting.

7 Feb 2010 - 12:00am

All In

HK businessman sues Sands' chief for massive finder's fee

Las Vegas Sands Corp and its billionaire chairman and majority shareholder Sheldon Adelson are two weeks into a jury trial in Las Vegas' Clark County District Court, defending themselves from a multimillion-dollar lawsuit filed by a Hong Kong businessman.

2 May 2008 - 12:00am

US$330,000 buys Stanley Ho 'Truffle of the Century'

The largest white truffle found in half a century was snapped up at an auction last night by casino mogul Stanley Ho Hung-sun, who paid a record US$330,000 for the 1.5kg delicacy.

The auction of the prized fungus, which drew 20 bids, began with a starting bid of US$50,000. It was held on Mr Ho's home turf at his Grand Lisboa hotel and casino in Macau.

2 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

Lai See

Stanley Ho flapping mad as Macau sinks ferry monopoly

Spare a thought for King Stanley for having too many fingers in the casino pie.

23 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Macau may raise casino entry age to 21

Ban could hit profits and jobs

The Macau government is considering raising the casino entrance and working age from 18 to 21, in a move that could ease public criticism of the booming gaming industry but could also hit casino profits and job opportunities for young people.

15 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Quotes of The Week

'Anson versus Regina - what a mouth-watering prospect. It should be every bit as competitive as one of the pit-bull terrier scraps those American gridiron players seem to enjoy watching so much during their off-season breaks. Maybe the Jockey Club should give a one-off concession to allow those people not living in the Hong Kong Island constituency to place a little wager'

22 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

Tycoon Stanley Ho treated for injury

Casino mogul Stanley Ho Hung-sun is being treated in hospital for an injury to his rectum wall suffered in Thailand, where he was undergoing treatment for constipation, family members say.

Dr Ho's fourth wife, Angela Leong On-ki, said yesterday his condition was fine and he would be going home soon.

4 Apr 2007 - 12:00am