Raymond Hung | South China Morning Post
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Raymond Hung

Applied eyes US$80m in early resort sales

Applied International Holdings, a computer software maker aiming to turn into a property developer, said its resort venture in the British Virgin Islands will generate up to US$80 million from preliminary apartment sales next year.

Thursday, 17 August, 2006, 12:00am

Applied eyes US$80m in early resort sales

Applied International Holdings, a computer software maker aiming to turn into a property developer, said its resort venture in the British Virgin Islands will generate up to US$80 million from preliminary apartment sales next year.

17 Aug 2006 - 12:00am

Ban this menace

I am all for a government ban on smoking in restaurants ('War on smokers declared in HK', Sunday Morning Post, September 7).

However difficult it will be to put the ban into practice, as a non-smoker myself, I support it.

The government has been trying to stop people from smoking in public areas for years, and outlawing it in restaurants is a good launch pad.

14 Sep 2003 - 12:00am

Film posters promote pornographic culture

It is not strange, nowadays, to see young children pointing at the naked, erotic and seductive characters in movie posters on the streets and asking questions of their parents. The busier the district, the more indecent posters there are.

26 Mar 1997 - 12:00am

The frightening day my mum shrunk to just 20 cm

Last Sunday, I was woken up by the telephone. No sooner had I picked up the receiver that I heard my dad's voice.

I was startled as dad sounded anxious.

25 Feb 1997 - 12:00am

Free students of needless language obstacle

I agree wholeheartedly with the views of Chan Wai-man whose letter headlined, 'Should teach in Chinese' appeared in these columns on December 19.

Education is not only about language teaching. It should be about training minds and character.

8 Jan 1997 - 12:00am

Must consider cost factor

I refer to the letter headlined, 'Proficiency in mainland language essential', by Raymond Hung (South China Morning Post, August 10).

When we think about the benefits of one thing, we need to think about the costs of making it possible too.

19 Aug 1996 - 12:00am

Rough talk isn't smart

Foul language is becoming far too common among young people these days.

Consider the following scene: an impatient-looking teenage girl is using a pay phone. She is calling her boyfriend who has failed to turn up for a date.

9 Aug 1996 - 12:00am

Campers set chilling scene for double take

It was a starless night, and the glimmer of flashing lights in the distance and one medium-sized torch which was running out of batteries were our only guide.

We advanced slowly and cautiously. Our breathing was heavy because of a stuffiness in the air and our excitement.

19 Jul 1996 - 12:00am

How to have a happy family

Happy families will produce healthy, responsible citizens, but many people come from homes where fighting and quarrelling is normal.

They have such a poor relationship with their family that sometimes they wish they had not been born into it.

5 Jul 1996 - 12:00am

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