I REFER to Ms Sheila Grange's letter (South China Morning Post, June 28) in which she describes a man drowning ''no more than two feet from the shore'' and asks ''what kind of Hongkong madness is it that no one care enough and watches a man who may be dying before their vThursday, 1 July, 1993, 12:00am
IN response to Sheila Grange's letter ''Mad to watch a man drown'' (South China Morning Post, June 28), I would like to ask the following question: what prevented Ms Grange from jumping to the man's rescue herself? Perhaps she would like to inform us of her own reason for standing by and watching? Maybe she could provide a valid reason. If not, then she has already condemned herself.30 Jun 1993 - 12:00am
I HAVE been following the letter exchange between Sheila Grange and Neil Taylor in these columns and refer to the letter headlined, ''Sweeping assumptions'' (South China Morning Post, May 5).
It is difficult to understand why Ms Grange downplays one amah's ''slavery'' by pointing to the condition of expat bar persons and Vietnamese refugees.8 May 1993 - 12:00am
I AM sure Ms Sheila Grange (South China Morning Post, April 26) treats her maid decently.6 May 1993 - 12:00am