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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Many tycoon supporters of Henry Tang Ying-yen are sticking with their scandal-plagued candidate to be the next chief executive. They fail to see what all the fuss is about. It's an open secret that many rich men in Hong Kong keep mistresses and have children with them. Not a few have large illegal structures or have annexed public space for private roads leading to their palatial homes.8 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
If she could turn the clock back, she would do it all over again.
'I would still marry him if I had to choose all over again,' said Lisa Kuo Yu-chin (pictured), wife of Henry Tang Ying-yen. She choked.
'We promised at our wedding that we would go through everything together, for better or worse.'8 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
The 'basementgate' scandal involving chief executive hopeful Henry Tang Ying-yen has intrigued many engineers, and readers of this column with such a background have been offering tips for investigating the huge, illegal basement built under the house owned by Tang's wife in Kowloon Tong.1 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
Sex is supposed to be a universal promoter of sales. But in Hong Kong, space commands a better premium and is therefore an even sexier subject.
This is why the so-called sex scandals about chief executive hopeful Henry Tang Ying-yen are becoming a yawn. Let's stick with the real scandal, which is the illegally built basement in his wife's house in Kowloon Tong.23 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Chief executive hopeful Henry Tang Ying-yen's continued scandal-plagued campaign was labelled 'absurd' and 'shameless' yesterday as protesters gathered outside his house and angry callers deluged talkback radio shows.22 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Chief executive hopeful Henry Tang Ying-yen yesterday denied having an affair with the daughter of a rural leader, a day after the Chinese press released pictures and e-mails claiming to prove he had.
'We are only casual acquaintances,' Tang said. 'She is not the first woman to get media coverage and I don't think she will be the last.'22 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
It is a shame that scandal-plagued Henry Tang Ying-yen has defied public opinion and formally signed up for the chief executive election. Despite a growing public consensus that he should pull out, the beleaguered hopeful sought to make his candidacy a fait accompli by swiftly submitting nominations from nearly one-third of the 1,200-member Election Committee.22 Feb 2012 - 12:00am