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Teresa

For these two, the language of love turned out to be Putonghua

Teresa O and Darren Tsang met at the University of Hong Kong, where Darren was a business student and Teresa was majoring in Chinese. They crossed paths on a Putonghua course.

Saturday, 7 April, 2012, 12:00am

For these two, the language of love turned out to be Putonghua

Teresa O and Darren Tsang met at the University of Hong Kong, where Darren was a business student and Teresa was majoring in Chinese. They crossed paths on a Putonghua course.

Trainee solicitor Teresa, 28, and Darren, 30, an assistant manager with an accountancy firm, wed on November 5 at the Aberdeen Marina Club, celebrating with 300 guests.

7 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

Teresa Teng musical starts tomorrow

Fans of the late Taiwanese singer Teresa Teng Li-jun will have a chance to relive her stage performances, to be depicted in a Broadway-style musical Love U, Teresa!, 15 years after her death. The musical is to debut at the Cultural Centre tomorrow. Teng's character, to be played by two singers, will appear as an illusion to inspire a struggling composer with her songs.

29 Dec 2010 - 12:00am

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4 Oct 2009 - 12:00am

HARRIED MARRIEDS

IT'S BEEN A bad day for Teresa. There's lots of pressure at work, and this morning she heard that her elderly father has had a mild stroke. To make matters worse, her husband, Steven, didn't turn up to the parent-teacher conference at her son's school.

9 Jul 2005 - 12:00am

Show shines new light on life of diva Teresa Teng

A new musical to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the death of Teresa Teng Li-jun will be staged next month, but there will be no stars on stage to imitate the diva.

The show, Loving Teresa Musical 2005, will be performed at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre from June 9 to 11.

27 May 2005 - 12:00am

A year abroad

Former exchange student Teresa Ho Sze-nga encourages teenagers to apply for AFS scholarships to broaden their minds and gain experiences.

One of the participants in AFS Intercultural Exchanges in 2002-03, Teresa returned to Hong Kong in July after spending a year in Pasewalk, Germany.

15 Apr 2004 - 12:00am

In memory of a saint

In the last week, the world has lost two remarkable, albeit very different, women. Some 2.5 billion people watched the majestic and poignant spectacle of Diana, Princess of Wales' funeral on Saturday.

8 Sep 1997 - 12:00am

Mother Teresa's prayer of thanks

WHEN you are a living saint like Mother Teresa miracles must come a little easier than to us lesser mortals.

But even by the revered nun's divinely inspired standards the visit of a group of well-wishers from Hong Kong to her Calcutta headquarters bearing gifts was something else.

16 Aug 1994 - 12:00am

Compassion

I HAVE just returned from Calcutta where in previous visits I have spent several months working as a volunteer for Mother Teresa.

This trip was only for one week to return to the sick children's home and rekindle friendships.

Calcutta is a filthy polluted city; the mere name conjures up images of disease and death, but there is more to it than ugliness.

18 Feb 1994 - 12:00am

Jack Edwards

DID you always want to make a living the way you are making it now? No.

What else did you want to be - or would like to become? I always wanted, and still do, to be a politician. It's the only way to influence things.

5 Dec 1993 - 12:00am

Policeman woos nun with song

BY all accounts, Hongkong Police Inspector Gerard Tannam (who sidelines as lead singer with local groups The Shadowboxers and The Wild Geese) gave a creditable account of himself when, at the invitation of the Lord Mayor of Dublin, he regaled Mother Teresawith a song he had written about her work in India.

10 Jun 1993 - 12:00am

Shadow-boxing with saintly Mother Teresa

WITH the saintly Mother Teresa recuperating from a recent fall in which she broke her ribs, she needs plenty of cheering up.

So, in Dublin's fair city, that's what Hongkong police inspector Gerard Tannam will attempt to do today when he comes face-to-face with the Nobel Peace Prize winner, who is visiting the Irish capital.

2 Jun 1993 - 12:00am

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