I READ with dismay the report on the memorial service for Mike Sinclair (Sunday Morning Post, February 26) in which two serious inaccuracies appeared.Sunday, 5 March, 1995, 12:00am
THE tributes made to Mike Sinclair last week were rich and well-deserved. Braving the intensive exposure and in some cases the hostility he knew would follow, Sinclair became the first Hong Kong resident to admit he was HIV-positive two years ago in this newspaper.19 Feb 1995 - 12:00am
MIKE Sinclair would have appreciated the publicity unleashed by his death from AIDS. This was not because he attached great importance to publicity for himself - he was not seeking personal notoriety - but because he saw the value in getting his message across in sharply outlined, easy-to-understand images.15 Feb 1995 - 12:00am
IN an interview with Mr Mike Sinclair in October, we learned a little about how he copes with and combats the AIDS virus. Some readers should be aware of the benefits of Chinese herbal medicine.27 Jan 1995 - 12:00am
ROLL up, roll up, for another barrel of laughs.
The Godown will be splitting its sides again as from Sunday when the popular Comedy Club returns to the laughter business.5 Jul 1994 - 12:00am
A COUPLE of days ago I attended the funeral of a good friend who had died suddenly and unexpectedly in his sleep. As I sat with a host of people whose lives had been touched by this man I reflected on the irony of the situation. Many times he had spoken tome of the need to live each day to the fullest, and that no one could predict the future.28 Nov 1993 - 12:00am
TOM Turk's business practices, as reported in the South China Morning Post on May 5, come as no surprise to me. I had joined his club in Central a few years ago, but only used the facilities a few weeks before a heavy workload (and lack of willpower) made me quit, unfortunately without formally advising the club - I simply stopped going and paying at the same time.8 May 1993 - 12:00am
AIDS educator Mr Mike Sinclair has been pursued for monthly payments from the City Athletic Club even though he was barred after admitting he was HIV-positive.
Mr Sinclair said yesterday he was ''more amused than upset'' that he had been billed after he was told by Mr Tom Turk last December he was ''endangering'' other members and was no longer welcome.5 May 1993 - 12:00am
ACTORS appearing in Hongkong television's popular soap operas could soon find themselves joined by an HIV character.
The Hongkong AIDS Foundation's education officer, Mr Mike Sinclair, wants TVB and ATV to introduce HIV positive characters and develop storylines with AIDS themes.25 Apr 1993 - 12:00am
WE are grateful to the many members of City Athletic Club who signed our petition to Tom Turk requesting him to re-consider his decision to ban Mike Sinclair from the gym.21 Jan 1993 - 12:00am