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Then & now: moving stories

The influx of mainland arrivals may be a hot topic now but it is an issue Hong Kong is all too familiar with, writes Jason Wordie.

22 Sep 2012 - 11:26PM

The influx of mainland arrivals may be a hot topic now but it is an issue Hong Kong is all too familiar with, writes Jason Wordie.

Then & now: moving stories
Pottery potty

A mother of five with a weakness for blue and white ceramics goes all out in her 2,900 sq ft Tai Tam apartment.

 

9 Sep 2012 - 12:04AM

A mother of five with a weakness for blue and white ceramics goes all out in her 2,900 sq ft Tai Tam apartment.

 

Pottery potty
Then & now: what the macaque?

Environmental monkeying around has bequeathed a hairy - and vicious - legacy to the Hong Kong countryside, writes Jason Wordie.

16 Sep 2012 - 2:36AM

Environmental monkeying around has bequeathed a hairy - and vicious - legacy to the Hong Kong countryside, writes Jason Wordie.

Then & now: what the macaque?
Then & Now: early maps attest to HK's 'fluid' borders

Early maps of Hong Kong, however inaccurate, provide a picture of its historical evolution and ever-shifting borders. writes Jason Wordie.

27 Oct 2012 - 11:20PM

Early maps of Hong Kong, however inaccurate, provide a picture of its historical evolution and ever-shifting borders. writes Jason Wordie.

Then & Now: early maps attest to HK's 'fluid' borders
Then & now: hitting the big time

Affluence, changing diets and the one-child policy have put China on the road to a Western-style obesity epidemic, writes Jason Wordie.

6 Oct 2012 - 11:54PM

Affluence, changing diets and the one-child policy have put China on the road to a Western-style obesity epidemic, writes Jason Wordie.

Then & now: hitting the big time
Then & now: Chinese silk trade's unbroken thread

Weaving a reputation for quality, China's centuries-old silk trade has run virtually unbroken, writes Jason Wordie.

3 Nov 2012 - 11:29PM

Weaving a reputation for quality, China's centuries-old silk trade has run virtually unbroken, writes Jason Wordie.

Then & now: Chinese silk trade's unbroken thread