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Imagined sister inspires Tang's latest exhibition

I Call You Nancy

Amelia Johnson Contemporary

She likes music and has been living away from home, travelling for many years. Now, at 25, she has decided to open a flower shop. Her name is Nancy and she is Tang Kwok-hin's younger sister.

Friday, 31 August, 2012, 2:45pm

Summer of our content

After the drought, the deluge. Or that's what it felt like after a lengthy absence of Asian faces on the stages and screens of Britain when an entire brace of Chinese theatre companies (not one but TWO; count 'em!) arrived for London's World Shakespeare Festival at the Globe Theatre.

3 Jun 2012 - 12:00am

China Behind

What makes Cecile Tang Shu-shuen's 1974 film a masterpiece is not just that she dared to make a film about the Cultural Revolution when the turmoil was not even over, it was how she broached the topic with a humanistic, non-partisan approach which remains unique today.

The film returns to our screens as part of the Film Archive's 100 Must-see Hong Kong Movies programme.

29 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

'Shoe King' describes ex-lover's affair

A sensational court fight between 'King of Shoes' billionaire Patrick Tang Kim-kwan and his unfaithful mistress reached a climax yesterday as he told of how he discovered her affair with a young television actor.

The heat was turned up further when Tang's former lover, Karen Lee Chi-ting, took the stand and said he had sought to smear her by saying she was a habitual liar.

19 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

Lai See

Wu's hopes to serve blighted by a cloud of document boxes

Hospital Authority chairman Anthony Wu Ting-yuk has been making hopeful noises recently, about a position in C.Y. Leung's administration. 'I have been the chairman for eight years. I hope I can serve Hongkongers in other positions if there is an opportunity,' he told newspapers recently.

30 Mar 2012 - 12:00am

Beijing's dutiful loyalists take a dim view

Sometimes you really have to feel for the central government when its muppets sitting on the Election Committee are so dim-witted they have to have everything spelled out for them. We all know there was a grand bargain once by which Henry Tang Ying-yen would be duly elected by a wide margin to keep the big boys from the commercial, property and banking sectors happy.

22 Mar 2012 - 12:00am

We need to be honest and modest

Last Friday the three chief executive candidates participated in an election debate. During the debate, Henry Tang Ying-yen kept calling Leung Chun-ying a liar. This really shocked me.

21 Mar 2012 - 12:00am

Geopark officers must love nature and people

Not many Hong Kongers had heard about geo-conservation before the opening of the Hong Kong Geopark in 2009, but the topic was nothing new for nature-lover Brian Tang (right), project officer at the Tai Po Geo Heritage Centre.

9 Mar 2012 - 12:00am