Saturday, 6 October, 2012, 11:55pm
Some things just aren't funny - even to a comedian.
For example, meet stand-up comic Chris Musni, who says he was banned from SoHo's TakeOut Comedy Club after reaching out to another promoter. Instead of getting too down in the dumps, Musni went on to set up Brew Ha Ha, a regular comedy night held in the Hong Kong Brew House in Lan Kwai Fong.16 Sep 2012 - 12:09pm
Christine Loh was espied sipping champagne in the Hong Kong Club recently and this has set some tongues wagging that she has accepted C.Y. Leung's invitation to join his government as undersecretary for environment.17 Aug 2012 - 5:58am
The economic and political reforms Myanmar's president Thein Sein is spearheading have won praise internationally, but have so far given the majority of the country's people little more than hope.17 Aug 2012 - 1:35am
Literature lovers will be able to indulge all five senses when the 12th Hong Kong International Literary Festival introduces food and music to its repertoire.
From October 5 to 14, visitors can expect martini evenings, rock'n'roll nights, food seminars and cooking displays, while they worm through their favourite classics.17 Aug 2012 - 12:51pm
Hong Kong has always had potential. Now we have showed we also have quality
Jonathan McKinley, Home Affairs Bureau deputy secretary on the city's Olympic performance
It's up to the public to decide whether they trust him or not. But... there are doubts15 Aug 2012 - 11:30pm
Police staged an overnight clampdown on triad activities in Macau, questioning 1,300 people after a series of murders and attacks targeting casino customers and bosses over the past month.
At least 150 people, including one suspect wanted in connection with a murder case in Hong Kong in 2009 were taken to police stations in the six-hour operation.15 Aug 2012 - 11:01pm
I'm not afraid of anyone. I will fight for justice and a new Mongolia
Former President Nambar Enkhbayar, who was jailed for four years on corruption charges
Whatever question you ask me, I will say only 'no comment'
Think-tank chief Christine Loh Kung-wai, who is widely tipped to become the undersecretary for the environment15 Aug 2012 - 11:01pm
Jane Wang Co-president, Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange
A veteran in commodities trading in China, Wang joined HKMEx in 2008 as managing director, Greater China. She was previously with Amalgamated Metal Trading, where she was chief representative in Beijing and Shanghai.
William Barkshire Co-president, Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange15 Aug 2012 - 10:58pm
Environmental researcher and democracy activist Christine Loh Kung-wai is strongly tipped to become undersecretary for the environment.
Green activists welcomed the choice of the former lawmaker, but said she would have to quit her role as chief executive of public-policy think tank Civic Exchange if she joined the government to avoid a conflict of interest.15 Aug 2012 - 10:58pm