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Sharon Cheung

In your closet: Sharon Cheung

Wardrobe staple?

Anything in black, white or green.

What do you always wear?

Straight cut Levis. They are comfortable and make me feel like myself.

Fashion no-nos?

Monday, 17 December, 2007, 12:00am

In your closet: Sharon Cheung

Wardrobe staple?

Anything in black, white or green.

What do you always wear?

Straight cut Levis. They are comfortable and make me feel like myself.

Fashion no-nos?

Ankle boots, they're not really my style.

Handbag pick for this season?

17 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

Welcome back to Young Post!

It's already the third week of a new school year - are you settling in okay? Do you have any exciting plans for the coming term? Well, if improving your English is a top priority this year, look no further - we are here to help you!

15 Sep 2003 - 12:00am

Unknowns turn Legco into hotbed of debate

THEY were all unknowns. But they provided a reminder of a debating culture that had long disappeared from the Legislative Council chamber.

They also broke a Legco record for the highest number of speeches - 24 from the 39 members present, as president Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai pointed out.

11 Jan 1998 - 12:00am

'Unelected body' stirs cash row

An additional $15.5 million for honorariums and allowances to the newly appointed provisional district board members was approved by the provisional legislature yesterday.

This was despite criticism that the funding was unnecessary because the 468 appointed members were not democratically elected.

22 Nov 1997 - 12:00am

Deaf ear turned to proposals

Workers' representatives have been angered by a failure to include experts' recommendations on compensation in an occupational deafness law.

At a provisional legislature bills committee, the Government was accused of being 'too mean' by ignoring doctors' proposals.

5 Nov 1997 - 12:00am

Budget cuts 'to hit 78 projects'

AT least 78 infrastructure projects ranging from libraries, parks and swimming pools to public lavatories will be delayed because the Provisional Urban Council is short of money, the Democratic Party warned.

The Government has said it will allocate $18.7 billion to the council for the next three years - $3.8 billion less than requested.

19 Oct 1997 - 12:00am

Spending surge 'to be covered by revenue growth'

OFFICIALS maintained yesterday that spending would not exceed revenue despite the big increase in expenditure due over the next five years.

Speaking at a meeting of the provisional legislature's financial affairs panel, Secretary for Treasury Kwong Ki-chi said spending would increase by five per cent in the coming five years.

12 Oct 1997 - 12:00am

More time sought to study laws on labour

The provisional legislature has called on the Government to extend the suspension period for some frozen labour laws by one month to the end of next month.

This would allow legislators time to study the laws before being asked to pass a package of legislation to be tabled by the Government on the ordinances.

4 Oct 1997 - 12:00am

Handover presses Legco into limiting seats

The Legislative Council is bracing for a shortage of seats for its last sittings because of thousands of local and foreign journalists.

The Legislative Council Secretariat confirmed yesterday that it would limit the number of media representatives covering the council's sittings and meetings from June 23 to 27.

24 May 1997 - 12:00am

Call to protect benefits

The Association of Assistants to Legislative Councillors of Hong Kong will today urge Tung Chee-hwa's independent commission to secure its members' fringe benefits after the handover.

The commission, headed by a pro-China businessman, Wong Po-yan, is expected to recommend pay rates for executive and legislative councillors after July 1.

24 Apr 1997 - 12:00am

Electric shock for worker

A 39-year-old labourer was in a coma after receiving an electric shock when he touched a cable and fell from the 12th to the 11th floor of a building in Wan Chai Road.

19 Apr 1997 - 12:00am

Lessons for 'lawmakers'

Seminars are to be organised for members of the provisional legislature to give them background on the lawmaking process, president Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai said yesterday.

'A lot of newcomers have asked me to hold some briefings for them, so I think something like seminars should be held,' she said.

20 Feb 1997 - 12:00am

Confusion on court language

THE Government has been accused of failing to clarify the use of Chinese language in courts, which could lead to confusion and undermine justice.

27 Oct 1996 - 12:00am

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