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Pete Alex

Huge increase in workload

I refer to Pete Alex's letter (South China Morning Post, July 9). Owing to the overwhelming interest in the Western Harbour Crossing Walk For Millions, we had to handle more than 60,000 sponsor forms and bank-in slips.

Thursday, 17 July, 1997, 12:00am

Huge increase in workload

I refer to Pete Alex's letter (South China Morning Post, July 9). Owing to the overwhelming interest in the Western Harbour Crossing Walk For Millions, we had to handle more than 60,000 sponsor forms and bank-in slips.

17 Jul 1997 - 12:00am

That's life

IF the French are so incensed with keeping English out of their language then perhaps they would be so kind as to take back all the French in the English language.

For years English speakers (especially British English) have had alien sounding words and spellings that don't really fit the rules of English pronunciation.

20 Aug 1994 - 12:00am

Cowardly attack on prince

PETE Alex, of Kowloon (letter headlined, ''Charles unfit to be King'', South China Morning Post, July 27), is certainly full of presumptuous opinions.

Let us all be thankful that most of what he has to say takes the form of his opinions.

He is entitled to those.

29 Jul 1994 - 12:00am

Royal basher yet another whinging Brit

UNDER the headline, ''Charles unfit to be king'' (South China Morning Post, July 27), Mr Pete Alex suggests the Prince of Wales behaves like a Hong Kong landlord.

In a completely contradictory statement, he also says Charles wants old, out-dated buildings retained.

28 Jul 1994 - 12:00am