Jailed former public works chief Ao Man-long refused to appear as a witness yesterday at the graft trial of Hong Kong tycoons Joseph Lau Luen-hung and Steven Lo Kit-sing in Macau.Tuesday, 25 June, 2013, 7:07pm
The government-sponsored Project Phoenix was supposed to revamp Hong Kong soccer from top to bottom. Midway into its three-year cycle, it has achieved half its goal - those at the top are doing well indeed, much to the chagrin of other stakeholders.16 Jun 2013 - 4:55am
Trainer John Moore has failed in his past two attempts to convince Military Attack's owner, Steven Lo Kit-sing, to tackle Australia's weight-for-age championship but hopes Sunday's win in Singapore changed the game for the horse, who will almost certainly now be Horse of the Year.21 May 2013 - 5:40am
Tycoon Steven Lo Kit-sing and Lau are charged with offering a HK$20 million bribe to Macau's former public works chief, Ao Man-long, in 2005. Ao was jailed for 29 years in May last year.29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am
"Hong Kong is a small city and it will be difficult to develop our league into a world-class professional competition in terms of factors such as resources, number of fans, marketing strategy," said Lo, who is also vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Football Association.24 Feb 2013 - 3:42am
Steven Lo Kit-sing, the HKFA vice-chairman, said yesterday discussions were ongoing with more than one firm. "These are not small companies but global corporations that have a strong financial background," said Lo, who is also chairman of the marketing and communications committee of the association.7 Feb 2013 - 3:45am
South China cruised into to the FA Cup second round with a 5-1 win over Citizen at Hong Kong Stadium yesterday, but club convenor Steven Lo Kit-sing insisted his players had to step up their game.14 Jan 2013 - 3:57am
The corruption trial of Hong Kong tycoons Joseph Lau Luen-hung and Steven Lo Kit-sing in Macau has again been adjourned, this time because one of the defendants is sick.
They are charged with offering a HK$20 million bribe to Macau's former public works chief Ao Man-long in 2005. Ao was jailed for 29 years in May.8 Jan 2013 - 6:27am
Macau begins corruption trial of HK tycoons8 Jan 2013 - 1:21pm
The corruption trial of two Hong Kong tycoons in Macau will go ahead with the same judge whose illness caused it to be adjourned, legal sources say.
Proceedings against Chinese Estates Holdings chairman Joseph Lau Luen-hung and Steven Lo Kit-sing, the multi-millionaire convenor of Hong Kong soccer giants South China, were postponed last week until January 7 next year.23 Sep 2012 - 1:13pm
The bribery trial involving Hong Kong tycoons Joseph Lau Luen-hung and Steven Lo Kit-sing was adjourned to next year, a Macau court heard on Monday.
Lau and Lo were charged with offering a HK$20 million bribe to Macau’s former public works chief Ao Man-long. Ao was sentenced to 29 years in May.17 Sep 2012 - 12:50pm
To Hong Kong's partygoers, Wan Chai is the place to get wasted while Central is the place for clubs and lounges - the usual higher-end stuff. With the opening of The Tonno, a 35,000 square feet, three-floor entertainment complex, could things be changing?14 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
South China will continue to splash the cash despite a disappointing year in which they lost their league championship crown and failed to win a berth in next season's AFC Cup.
'I don't think we are going to downsize our budget,' team convenor Steven Lo Kit-sing said. 'We learned a lesson this season of missing two important targets, but we will come back even stronger.31 May 2011 - 12:00am
John Moore is headed back to Royal Ascot in June to fulfil a wish for owner Steven Lo Kit-sing after Xtension broke through in style to make his first Hong Kong win the Group One BMW Champions Mile yesterday.26 Apr 2011 - 12:00am
Champions South China sought assistance from heaven after their surprising 3-1 defeat by Sun Hei last week. Led by convenor Steven Lo Kit-sing, the team went to the Kwun Yam Temple on Lantau Island yesterday, worshipping the goddess and making wishes for upcoming fixtures.29 Nov 2009 - 12:00am