A Tribute to Hong Kong MastersMonday, 9 July, 2012, 12:00am
Why Sha Tin rural leaders have suddenly set their sights on the famous Che Kung Temple, a key tourist attraction in the district, is unclear. Given that visitors and pilgrims make donations worth millions of dollars every year at the government-owned temple, this is perhaps a good enough motive. It is a cash cow.9 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
Sha Tin Rural Committee is set to launch a judicial challenge to reclaim ownership of the famous Che Kung Temple from the government.
On behalf of indigenous Sha Tin villagers, Lau Tin-yeung, 62, on Monday will file an application for a judicial review into the ownership of the land on which the 300-year-old temple stands.9 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
The temples in Tai O tell many stories of how the village thrived on fishing and salt-making activities in the past, including a tale of segregation between salt workers and fishermen.2 Apr 2012 - 12:00am
A Buddhist nun resisting her eviction from a temple in Yuen Long fears that she is being intimidated into leaving by business interests who want to turn the site into a columbarium.
Defiant Sik Chi-sin is continuing to stand firm at the Kung Um Meditation Master Temple, which is about 100 years old and which she has looked after since 1998.30 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
The Sai Kung property market has been a magnet for investors attracted by good returns on rentals and investments. Many favour the area for its space, child-friendly environment, tranquillity and beauty. But, with ever-increasing asking prices for town and village houses, are the golden days over?16 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
Works by Carol Lee Mei-kuen, Ken Matsubara, Lindy Lee, William Furniss and Xiao Lu that incorporate the forces of nature into their dynamic. Today, 10am-6pm, 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, 10 Chancery Lane, SoHo. Inquiries: 2810 0065. Ends today
Head of HKSAR ?Made in Hong Kong28 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Most Buddhist believers on this annual pilgrimage want wealth, but this year people queueing up to 'borrow' money from the Goddess of Mercy, Kwun Yum, seek good health and a peaceful society.17 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Who's calling?26 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
The omen bet of the year delivered yesterday when struggling racehorse Kung Hei Fat Choi thrilled tens of thousands of punters at the Lunar New Year meeting.
Winless after 14 starts and stranded at the bottom of Hong Kong's lowest grade of racing, the five-year-old gelding broke through on a day rich with symbolism at Sha Tin.26 Jan 2012 - 12:00am