A 101-year-old Sikh believed to be the world’s oldest distance runner retired after ending his last race in Hong Kong on a high, describing it as one of the “happiest days” of his long life.
Hong Kong has always had potential. Now we have showed we also have quality
Jonathan McKinley, Home Affairs Bureau deputy secretary on the city's Olympic performance
The reason for our harsh treatment [in China] was our activities were highly systematic, as [we] had experience of underground activities
South Korean activist Kim Young-hwan, who...
The media darling of the marathon, Fauja Singh, completed the 10km race and his example spurred, and perhaps shamed, younger men in the local Sikh community to join him.
I am writing about so-called fortune-tellers at Star Ferry who are giving Sikhs a bad name. They are cunning and greedy and cheat the public by misinterpreting their faith.
If You Don't Know Me By Now
Laibar Singh cannot feed or take care of himself, and is wholly dependent upon the charity of others for his survival.
From the pages of the South China Morning Post this week in 1974
India's most distinctive minority, the Sikhs, are in danger of losing their identity if youths continue shaving their beards, cutting their hair and discarding the turban, according to reports...
One Indian heritage
I refer to the article 'India's hi-tech faultline' (Sunday Morning Post, December 28).