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Paul Lau

Hong Kong Faces

He is a butterfly enthusiast and heritage buff of village festivals, who has a keen eye for the beauty he can capture through his lens.

Thursday, 3 April, 2008, 12:00am

A qualified workforce to keep the city safe

Pacific Crown Security Service senior manager Paul Lau says regular training is necessary to maintain standards

NORMALLY, I ARRIVE at the office by about 8.30am and the first thing I do is check the daily occurrence book for any serious incidents that took place overnight. It is important for me to know about them because I investigate all reported occurrences.

1 Jul 2006 - 12:00am

Police pick students to mentor

One hundred university students have been selected from 400 applicants for a police mentorship programme aimed at attracting top graduates to the force.

The programme was launched in February after the force found that while there had been keen competition for inspector posts over the past five years, the number of top graduates applying remained low.

31 May 2004 - 12:00am

Fluttering fascination

Belly down on the dirt, staying as still as a stick insect may not be everyone's idea of a fun afternoon.

But when crawling through undergrowth and patiently awaiting his prey, photographer Paul Lau is in his element.

14 Feb 1998 - 12:00am

Lau's image of the past

PHOTOGRAPHER Paul Lau has braved a few journeys in his day, travelling deep into remote parts of China to capture the colours and images he believes are disappearing fast in the whirlpool of modernisation.

But never has the 32-year-old been so close to death as when he, together with other passengers on a bus, narrowly escaped plunging into a mountain valley in Guangxi.

9 Jan 1993 - 12:00am