Shamdasani

Reggie Ho, Asia-Pacific editor of Business Traveller and gay rights activist

What I'm listening to: one of my guilty pleasures is Canto-pop of the worst kind, with lyrics about how 'I love you and you don't'.

Sunday, 24 June, 2012, 12:00am

Max Klein, DJ/producer

What I'm reading: Future Music Magazine has a lot of informative stuff, especially for electronic musicians.

What I'm watching: I only recently found out about the TV show Community. It's a really light-hearted show starring Chevy Chase and Ken Jeong (from The Hangover).

26 Feb 2012 - 12:00am

Heat wave

1 Golden metal necklace with pearls by Chanel (HK$75,000)

2 Tote by Gucci (HK$16,000)

3 Leather hair bands by Alexandre Zouari (HK$6,980 each)

4 Leopard-print pony sandals with semi-precious stones by Jimmy Choo (HK$10,600)

5 Almond alex flip-flops by Tory Burch (HK$2,730)

7 Oct 2011 - 12:00am

Wants&needs

Stylish stag

9 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

Smart Money

Some helpful investing resources:

footnoted.com

27 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Tech Know

1 Nintendo 3DS 2 (HK$2,999)

2 Philips Fidelio DS8550 speaker dock (HK$2,899)

3 HTC Wildfire (HK$2,700)

4 Sigma DP2X (HK$6,500)

5 Blackberry Playbook tablet (HK$4,999)

6 Olympus LS-20M HD video pocket recorder (HK$2,400)

3 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Longer hours for charity flag sales

Flag-day hours are being extended on a trial basis beginning today in the hope that charities will be able to raise more money.

Instead of ending at noon, volunteers may continue seeking donations from the public until 2pm, possibly cashing in on the after-work generosity of those who work a half day on Saturdays.

2 Apr 2005 - 12:00am

University tackling exam cheats head on: chief

Plagiarism does not reflect badly on us, says vice-chancellor

The University of Hong Kong was dealing 'head on' with cheats in the law faculty's professional training programme, while trying to protect students from unfair exposure, vice-chancellor Tsui Lap-chee said yesterday.

3 Sep 2004 - 12:00am

Scapegoat claim after Next sackings

Next magazine's dismissal of the reporter and photographer of a story about a secondary school student allegedly working as a prostitute appears to have stoked outrage against the publication.

Rights groups and legislators yesterday demanded an apology from the magazine's upper management, and called on the public to stop buying it.

15 Oct 2003 - 12:00am

A vision of hope, but nobody was smiling

It was a tale of two perspectives. In the Legislative Council chamber, the financial secretary spoke of the inevitability of change, of turning adversity into opportunity, conquering mountains and the destiny of Hong Kong as a 'world economic power'.

6 Mar 2003 - 12:00am

VANDALS SPRAY COURT WALL WITH SLOGANS IN FAVOUR OF LEGISLATION

Vandals have defaced a wall of North Kowloon Magistrates Court with graffiti in support of anti-subversion laws.

Chinese characters sprayed on in red paint read: 'In support of legislation on Basic Law Article 23 and put the Democratic Party on trial.'

At the end, the message claimed it was from the 'Hong Kong and Macau youth communists'.

27 Dec 2002 - 12:00am

Award night

Anson Chan Fang On-sang, the first Chinese chief secretary, last night became the first Commonwealth public servant to be named honorary Dame Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George by Queen Elizabeth.

17 Dec 2002 - 12:00am

Office monitoring code 'too vague'

The draft of a code on the monitoring of workers has been criticised by legal experts and an employers' group for being too vague and not going far enough to address potential employer liability issues.

While the proposed code, unveiled last week by the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, has been welcomed, concerns have been voiced about grey areas.

15 Mar 2002 - 12:00am

Cash windfall ensures young grow together

Hundreds of children with special needs are still reaping the benefits of last year's Christmas present - the $5 million donated by South China Morning Post readers and corporate sponsors of Operation Santa Claus.

4 Dec 2001 - 12:00am

Cash windfall ensures young grow together

Hundreds of children with special needs are still reaping the benefits of last year's Christmas present - the $5 million donated by South China Morning Post readers and corporate sponsors of Operation Santa Claus.

4 Dec 2001 - 12:00am

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