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Lutheranism

Mothers suffer hug deficit, survey suggests

Most people do not tell their mothers they love them, according to a survey. More than 80 per cent of 500 people interviewed said they never directly expressed their love for their mother, for example by embracing them or giving them a kiss.

Wednesday, 2 May, 2007, 12:00am

Suicide seen as 'a way out'

A survey has revealed more than one-in-five teenagers think suicide is a way to solve problems at school and at home. Only 3.5 per cent said they definitely agreed suicide was the right solution to problems. However, 21.8 per cent said they tended to agree it could be a way out in some circumstances.

6 May 2001 - 12:00am

Leisure need

Many Form Five students are very nervous about taking the HKCEE.

Some spend most of their time studying and ignore the importance of leisure.

Students should balance their schedules by setting aside specific times for work and play.

In this way, I'm sure they will do well in the HKCEE.

16 Dec 1998 - 12:00am

'Leaders' do great disservice to their church

I read with distress the report about the decision of the Lutheran World Federation to withhold two sentences in its assembly resolution, concerning human rights and religious persecution in China (South China Morning Post, July 24).

31 Jul 1997 - 12:00am

Church steps into danger

Your story 'Lutheran church drops criticism of Beijing' on July 24 and the non-statement of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) about Hong Kong and China have saddened us at the Hong Kong Women Christian Council.

29 Jul 1997 - 12:00am

Finding time to study the Internet

Name: Yeung Yok-wah Years of headship: 20 School: Concordia Lutheran Anglo- Chinese Secondary School (North Point) MONDAY: In the morning, there was a guidance team meeting. I had an Internet lesson with a library staffer in the afternoon.

14 May 1997 - 12:00am

Church faith in forum

A HONG KONG Lutheran spokesman was optimistic last night that a church celebration planned for 1997 would go ahead despite objections from China.

Lam Tak-ho of the Lutheran Theological Seminary said he was not concerned about religious freedom after the handover.

28 Feb 1996 - 12:00am

25 years of achievement at open day

PARENTS, schools and school social workers should work together to help young people cope with problems in studying and adjustment, said Deputy Director of Education Robert C. H. Lo.

He was speaking at the 25th anniversary and open day celebrations of Concordia Lutheran School - North Point.

19 Apr 1994 - 12:00am