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The Wynners

Uncle Ray 101: Hong Kong All Time Favourites

Uncle Ray 101: Hong Kong All Time Favourites Various artists (Universal)

Sunday, 20 June, 2010, 12:00am

Rising stars of Canto-pop guaranteed to have Universal appeal

Universal Music optimistically called its Tuesday showcase of new signings the 'Fantastic 4'. Well, the quartet of new acts demonstrated no superpowers but, if the record label has its way, you'll be seeing them soon on all the usual advertising and video outlets.

12 Jun 2008 - 12:00am

Yesterday, all our troubles seemed so far away

At a time when some Canto-pop stars are mired in controversy, evergreen singer Kenny Bee seems a throwback to a more innocent age. It's 35 years since the guitarist and songwriter first took the stage with local band The Wynners and his blend of pop and romantic balladry has endured while many other stars have faded away.

28 Feb 2008 - 12:00am

Wynners reunite to judge flared lookalikes who dance better than the originals

Canto-nostalgia is hotter than ever and the five members of 1970s pop pioneers, The Wynners, are basking in the glory of their golden oldies. On holiday Monday, Alan Tam Wing-lun, Kenny Bee (Chung Chun-to), Anthony Chan Yau, Bennett Pang Kin-san and Danny Yip Chi-keung all turned up at Olympian City mall to judge a Wynner's imitation contest.

4 Jul 2007 - 12:00am

Hot Picks

Arthur Sun, 11, South Island School


The Young and the Hopeless by Good Charlotte. Really cool songs with hidden meanings.


Little Britain is just hilarious. An unbelievably crazy tour around Britain keeps you on the edge of your seat, wanting more.


25 Mar 2007 - 12:00am

Huge crowds join countdown to Christmas

Hong Kong was packed with merrymakers yesterday, with more than half a million celebrating the first day of the holiday on both sides of the harbour.

Families and tourists started the day early at the outdoor amusement park World Carnival at Tamar.

25 Dec 2006 - 12:00am

The Bee Gees in Hong Kong

Some 33 years ago, on the evening of March 19, 1972, thousands of excited fans packed into the old Hong Kong stadium for a very special event. The Bee Gees were giving their first concert here.

As expected, the show was a total success.

The South China Morning Post the next day described it as 'one of the largest pop shows ever presented in Hong Kong'.

28 Apr 2005 - 12:00am

What's On


Twelve classic local films from the 1970s will be showcased at the Time and Tide - Changes in Hong Kong Cinema in the 70s from today to August 27 at the Hong Kong Film Archive.

Local films have undergone a radical change since the 1970s, an era characterised by sensation and comedy.

19 Jul 2004 - 12:00am

In the groove

Harlem No 1 Collection 1987-1998 - Harlem Yu This comprises two CDs of Yu's (pictured) first 10 years in the recording business. There are highlights of all his Sony studio albums during the period, plus chart-toppers and alternative versions of familiar songs. The collection traces the artist's growth from his early days to his pop and rock icon status in Taiwan.

13 Sep 1998 - 12:00am

Shades of the past as Ball kicks a goal

IN case you're wondering about the quaintly-named Ball Ball-San, fluent winner of the opening griffin event at Sha Tin yesterday, it may well have had something to do with his owner's first love. Those who have been around these parts for a while will surely remember Wong Chong-shan, happy owner of the Irish-bred three-year-old.

2 Mar 1997 - 12:00am

'Stars' shine bright at charity concert

THE stars were shining bright on Saturday when Hongkong's top performers came out in force to help raise funds for the renovation and extension of the mentally handicapped children's unit at the Caritas Medical Centre.

4 Jun 1993 - 12:00am

Wynners and Lam in show to help children

THE ''Project Sunshine Concert'', aimed at raising funds for the renovation and extension of the mentally handicapped children's unit at the Caritas Medical Centre, will be held on May 29 at 8 pm at the Hongkong Coliseum.

Performing artists will include the Wynners, George Lam, Sally Yeh, Leon Lai and the Wong Tai Sin Children's Choir.

27 Apr 1993 - 12:00am