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  • Dec 23, 2014
  • Updated: 10:22am


Time to take initiative over advisory roles, Democrats are told

The Democratic Party should take the initiative in persuading the government to appoint more party members to its advisory bodies, said newly elected vice-chairman, Tik Chi-yuen.

Tuesday, 26 December, 2006, 12:00am

Fourth former makes waves as she hosts her own radio programme

It is a big night for fourth former Scarlett Leung Tik-ka. The 15-year-old goes on air, presenting a radio show for the first time on local station HMV864.

'Hi, everybody, this is Scarlett Leung, and welcome to the Scarlett Party show. Coming up is Eternity by Robbie Williams. Stay tuned.' Immediately afterwards, she receives phone calls from listeners rooting for her.

8 Nov 2001 - 12:00am

Parents must share responsibility in bringing up their children

A good father should be responsible and understand his children's needs, according to the chairman of the Committee on Home-School Co-operation.

'We can't draw the line between the roles of a mother and a father. The father is no longer just a breadwinner; both parents share the responsibility in bringing up the children,' said Tik Chi-yuen.

17 Jun 1999 - 12:00am

Spotlight on language switch

The switch to mother- tongue teaching will not compromise education standards in the SAR.

That is the opinion of the head of the Committee on Home-School Co-operation, Tik Chi-yuen.

To correct such misconceptions, the committee will hold a seminar on March 14 to explain the benefits of mother-tongue teaching to the public.

14 Jan 1998 - 12:00am

Liberal's fears of life after Legco

COMMENTS by Reverend Fung Chi-wood last week about the difficulty Democratic Party members might have in finding jobs after they left the legislature took on a new meaning after his decision on Monday to quit politics.

He said he was concerned that some employers might believe Democrats were too radical.

19 Apr 1995 - 12:00am

Canoeists survive ordeal adrift at sea

A TEENAGER and his coach, who drifted out at sea for more than nine hours after a canoeing accident, both miraculously survived their ordeal.

''It was a miracle. I suffered no major injuries after drifting for 12 hours. I wasn't hit by any boats and no fish bit me,'' Chan Wai-tik, 15, who became separated from his coach, said from his home in Ma On Shan last night.

5 Jul 1994 - 12:00am