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Liam Fitzpatrick

Great snaps with these apps

While the availability of low-cost digital cameras enables even budding photographers, it's the camera apps that seem to really excite us. 'iPhoneography' is changing not only the way we share photos but also how we take them.

Friday, 18 November, 2011, 12:00am

Smartphone photography comes of age with SoHo exhibition of HK vistas

With the iPhone being the dominant smartphone in Hong Kong, this was bound to happen: an exhibition made up entirely of photos snapped, and edited, by the iPhone.

23 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

Fingers on the trigger

A torn infraspinatus muscle - widely reported as the second most often injured muscle in the shoulder's rotator cuff - spurred my visit to myotherapist Liam Fitzpatrick. This was after three years of pain, many physiotherapy and osteopathy treatments, and many cortisone injections.

2 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

The ink crowd

IN THE HISTORY OF TATTOOS this will go down as the Age of Ubiquity, the time when ink was no longer confined to the weathered forearms of ex-cons or the pale torsos of bass guitarists, but appeared on the glowing and well-nourished skins of the middle class. There's Derrick from derivatives, harbouring a tribal swirl beneath his Thomas Pink shirt.

6 Apr 2003 - 12:00am

Pleasant 'oasis' has shed its colonial past

I must protest at the article by Liam Fitzpatrick in Post Magazine, on November 17, on the United Services Recreation Club (USRC) in Gascoigne Road, Kowloon.

My family have been members of the USRC for 20 years and we do not recognise the club described by Mr Fitzpatrick.

It is unfortunate that his mother suffered from racial prejudice there in the 1970s.

1 Dec 2002 - 12:00am

Highly cosmopolitan membership

Liam Fitzpatrick shared with Post Magazine readers his recollection of the United Services Recreation Club (USRC), in the article headlined 'Club sandwiched' (November 17).

I wholeheartedly agree with him that the USRC prides itself on catering to people from all walks of life, both internationally and domestically.

24 Nov 2002 - 12:00am

Tourist attacked in Bondi may also have been hit by bus

In a bizarre twist to investigations into the death of British tourist Brian Hagland, a police source has revealed that the 28-year-old may have been hit by a bus during his struggle with two assailants.

The disclosure has raised the possibility that Hagland died from injuries caused by the vehicle and not the attackers.

12 Sep 1996 - 12:00am

Liam takes a walk down revelry lane

SINCE Keeping Posted gets an honourable mention in Liam Fitzpatrick's Rats Liked It Well Enough - The Story of 1997 (the triumvirate of Nichole Garnaut's niteries in Lan Kwai Fong, that is, not that other contentious matter) we thought a bit of reciprocitywas in order.

8 Oct 1993 - 12:00am