For a club made up mostly of members who pride themselves on being guardians of the public interest, the latest row over fast-tracked memberships is disappointing.
School teachers are good at giving instructions and herding folk, so it's no surprise Kathryn Bignold (Aka Biggles) ended up with the role of YAHK (Young Aussies Hong Kong) president.
Driving rain and plunging temperatures failed to deter the crowds from the World Expo in Shanghai as the mega fair entered its last weekend of ordinary operations yesterday.
Despite huge queues causing backlogs of more than four hours at the most popular national pavilions, staff at the top attractions insist they are well prepared to handle the crowds.
People might not have as much money as they used to, but presented with limited-edition in-demand sale items, Hongkongers surely will find a way to buy, buy, buy.
by Joseph O'Neill
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Dennis Chan, 15, is undaunted by sitting in a queue outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre for four days because he believes he will make some money at the end of it.
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I think people in Beijing need to be more aware of...
Young fans waited for hours for a glimpse of the Manchester United stars; teenagers camped overnight to be the first to get into this year's book fest in Wan Chai; by Sunday, a whopping 4 million...