I refer to the letter from Norman Y. S. Heung of the Civil Engineering and Development Department ("Practically impossible to accommodate tram system at Kai Tak", May 7).Thursday, 16 May, 2013, 2:47am 1 comment
The colourful paintings with themes of natural landscapes and animals can be seen in stops at Wan Chai and Taikoo Shing.8 May 2013 - 5:13am
I refer to the report ("Tram may suit Kai Tak better than monorail", April 29).7 May 2013 - 2:22am 2 comments
Your detailed coverage of the plight of Hong Kong's urban and rural trees highlights the need for urgent action if we are to save at least some of our natural heritage.6 May 2013 - 2:55am 5 comments
I refer to the report ("Trams may suit Kai Tak better than monorail, operator says", April 29).4 May 2013 - 4:04am 4 comments
Best way to help victims is through NGOs
The discussion is ongoing in Hong Kong about whether the government should donate money to victims of the earthquake last month in Yaan , Sichuan .
Some dissenting voices have said the administration should not give the proposed sum of HK$100 million because the money will just go into the pockets of corrupt officials.2 May 2013 - 1:23am 8 comments
A proposal submitted by Veolia Transport is threatening to throw the fate of the much-touted monorail into doubt and could influence the government's plan to transform the old airport into the city's second central business district.29 Apr 2013 - 4:59am 9 comments
The government appears to have a blind spot. It should look at the map of Hong Kong and see that 90 per cent of our land resources of nearly 110,000 hectares are in the New Territories, most of which remain undeveloped. Therefore, there is no need to deplete our precious sea resources and damage our beautiful coastline by reclamation.26 Mar 2013 - 3:29am 3 comments
Shakespeare provided a dramatic start to a first date for secondary school teacher Leo Clark Zen and restaurateur Bernice Orr. The weekday performance of The Tempest a few years ago was followed by a romantic tram ride and dinner at Tsui Wah in Central, where neither of them wanted to leave.23 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
Hong Kong's century-old tramway system will return to local management as the firm's French chief will be stepping down.
Bruno Charrade, managing director of Hong Kong Tramways, will be succeeded by Tsang Wing-hang, Tramway's deputy managing director and a former transport official.4 Jun 2012 - 12:00am