Stephanie Tsui

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How blending Western and traditional Chinese medicine can boost cancer treatment in Hong Kong

Experts say model could be used to support and enhance both forms of medicine, as well as lead to greater understanding between practitioners on either side.

18 May 2019 - 11:58AM

Experts say model could be used to support and enhance both forms of medicine, as well as lead to greater understanding between practitioners on either side.

How blending Western and traditional Chinese medicine can boost cancer treatment in Hong Kong
When retirement is not rosy: empty nest syndrome, idle time and inadequate policies give Hong Kong’s elderly the blues

Experts advise mixing things up in one’s twilight years and keeping the mind active, but it also starts with society recognising value in the aged. Silver tsunami will see a third of city’s population aged over 65 by 2036.

20 May 2019 - 3:00PM

Experts advise mixing things up in one’s twilight years and keeping the mind active, but it also starts with society recognising value in the aged. Silver tsunami will see a third of city’s population aged over 65 by 2036.

When retirement is not rosy: empty nest syndrome, idle time and inadequate policies give Hong Kong’s elderly the blues
Sikh Hongkonger wants to change attitudes towards ethnic minorities in the city, while also becoming one of the few doctors to wear a turban

Sukhdeep Singh, 23, is on a mission to empower ethnic minority youth, starting with an NGO he set up with other young professionals.

15 May 2019 - 7:45PM

Sukhdeep Singh, 23, is on a mission to empower ethnic minority youth, starting with an NGO he set up with other young professionals.

Sikh Hongkonger wants to change attitudes towards ethnic minorities in the city, while also becoming one of the few doctors to wear a turban
Is ‘forest bathing’ a way to escape Hong Kong’s stifling city buzz and truly appreciate nature?

Sensory practice involves immersing oneself in nature and paying attention to wild surroundings, sometimes with the help of blindfolds, to connect with the peace and quiet.

4 May 2019 - 1:00PM

Sensory practice involves immersing oneself in nature and paying attention to wild surroundings, sometimes with the help of blindfolds, to connect with the peace and quiet.

Is ‘forest bathing’ a way to escape Hong Kong’s stifling city buzz and truly appreciate nature?
‘I can’t eat spicy anymore’: Hong Kong’s Thai community look back at five decades in the city

Kowloon City’s ‘Little Thailand’ has been the heart of Hong Kong’s Thai community since the 1960s but many businesses will be displaced by redevelopment.

4 May 2019 - 10:06AM

Kowloon City’s ‘Little Thailand’ has been the heart of Hong Kong’s Thai community since the 1960s but many businesses will be displaced by redevelopment.

‘I can’t eat spicy anymore’: Hong Kong’s Thai community look back at five decades in the city
Clock up volunteer hours for a chance to meet business leaders: Hong Kong charity Time Auction’s unique model to inspire young

Group set up by two financial sector workers encourages budding entrepreneurs to work for a good cause.

27 Apr 2019 - 1:35PM

Group set up by two financial sector workers encourages budding entrepreneurs to work for a good cause.

Clock up volunteer hours for a chance to meet business leaders: Hong Kong charity Time Auction’s unique model to inspire young
Hong Kong sixth out of 13 in Asia-Pacific green rankings but the city could do better, particularly in cutting waste

The survey of Asia-Pacific countries and cities, compiled by consumer research group ValueChampion, praises Hong Kong’s public transport and water safety, but it was the worst offender for generating waste.

20 Apr 2019 - 12:06PM

The survey of Asia-Pacific countries and cities, compiled by consumer research group ValueChampion, praises Hong Kong’s public transport and water safety, but it was the worst offender for generating waste.

Hong Kong sixth out of 13 in Asia-Pacific green rankings but the city could do better, particularly in cutting waste
Crushing creativity: photographer turns focus on Hong Kong’s tiger mums in new exhibition

Photographer Saskia Wesseling is trying to find a balance between allowing her daughter to be a child, and to succeed at school.

13 Apr 2019 - 12:11PM

Photographer Saskia Wesseling is trying to find a balance between allowing her daughter to be a child, and to succeed at school.

Crushing creativity: photographer turns focus on Hong Kong’s tiger mums in new exhibition
A thankless task but someone in Hong Kong has to do it – meet the men and women who keep people and property safe while everyone else sleeps

Industry veterans and employees believe the long hours, challenging nature of the job and a poor image combine to put off younger people.

13 Apr 2019 - 3:30PM

Industry veterans and employees believe the long hours, challenging nature of the job and a poor image combine to put off younger people.

A thankless task but someone in Hong Kong has to do it – meet the men and women who keep people and property safe while everyone else sleeps
Meet the Cathay Pacific pilots raising money to buy rice for charity Feeding Hong Kong

Australians Glen Clarke and Matthew Brockman kicked off a crowdfunding campaign to raise HK$10,000 for charity that rescues edible food and redistributes it. Though a staple in Hong Kong, rice is almost never donated because it does not expire and shops rarely discard it.

2 Apr 2019 - 7:09PM

Australians Glen Clarke and Matthew Brockman kicked off a crowdfunding campaign to raise HK$10,000 for charity that rescues edible food and redistributes it. Though a staple in Hong Kong, rice is almost never donated because it does not expire and shops rarely discard it.

Meet the Cathay Pacific pilots raising money to buy rice for charity Feeding Hong Kong
Is Li Ka-shing’s Buddhist Art Museum at billion-dollar Tsz Shan Monastery a religious milestone for Hong Kong?

Most hail the new Buddhist Art Museum, the only one of its kind in the city, as a milestone for the religion locally, as more Hongkongers seek spirituality amid the breakneck pace of life.

1 Apr 2019 - 10:43AM

Most hail the new Buddhist Art Museum, the only one of its kind in the city, as a milestone for the religion locally, as more Hongkongers seek spirituality amid the breakneck pace of life.

Is Li Ka-shing’s Buddhist Art Museum at billion-dollar Tsz Shan Monastery a religious milestone for Hong Kong?
Filipino’s cancer ordeal underlines the precarious status of domestic helpers in Hong Kong

Baby Jane Allas was fired by her employer after being diagnosed with stage-three cervical cancer, denying her access to affordable medical treatment.

23 Mar 2019 - 1:20PM

Baby Jane Allas was fired by her employer after being diagnosed with stage-three cervical cancer, denying her access to affordable medical treatment.

Filipino’s cancer ordeal underlines the precarious status of domestic helpers in Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s lowly paid elderly toilet cleaners suffer in silence (and stench) as city struggles with dirty public loos

Tender system for lowest bidder in cleaning contracts and lack of public education clog up efforts to improve embarrassing situation for city, even with government’s HK$600 million bid to flush away issue.

9 Mar 2019 - 11:36AM

Tender system for lowest bidder in cleaning contracts and lack of public education clog up efforts to improve embarrassing situation for city, even with government’s HK$600 million bid to flush away issue.

Hong Kong’s lowly paid elderly toilet cleaners suffer in silence (and stench) as city struggles with dirty public loos
Why more young people are opting for co-living spaces in Hong Kong – and it’s not just for cheap housing

An increasing number of youngsters keen to escape home and enjoy a taste of freedom are opting for shared housing – and the attraction is far more than just cheap rent.

23 Feb 2019 - 8:17AM

An increasing number of youngsters keen to escape home and enjoy a taste of freedom are opting for shared housing – and the attraction is far more than just cheap rent.

Why more young people are opting for co-living spaces in Hong Kong – and it’s not just for cheap housing
Japanese soccer player Yuto Nakamura hopes to bring his adopted city Hong Kong to the highest stage in the sport

Yuto Nakamura recently got his Hong Kong passport after nearly 10 years living in the city, paving the way for him to represent Hong Kong in international soccer. The 32-year-old says a love of food helped him settle in the city.

16 Feb 2019 - 12:00PM

Yuto Nakamura recently got his Hong Kong passport after nearly 10 years living in the city, paving the way for him to represent Hong Kong in international soccer. The 32-year-old says a love of food helped him settle in the city.

Japanese soccer player Yuto Nakamura hopes to bring his adopted city Hong Kong to the highest stage in the sport
E-cigarettes, facing Hong Kong ban: a healthy way to quit tobacco or a risk in themselves?

Some people say vaping helps smokers kick a tobacco habit. But local doctors say the products are too new to properly understand their harms and benefits.

16 Feb 2019 - 2:51PM

Some people say vaping helps smokers kick a tobacco habit. But local doctors say the products are too new to properly understand their harms and benefits.

E-cigarettes, facing Hong Kong ban: a healthy way to quit tobacco or a risk in themselves?
To mainland Chinese ‘Hong Kong drifters’, the allure of becoming a permanent resident in the city is fading

Many mainland Chinese in the 20th century aspired to permanent residency in the safe and prosperous enclave. But in the 21st, changes north and south of the border mean some are less keen to put down roots.

9 Feb 2019 - 12:30PM

Many mainland Chinese in the 20th century aspired to permanent residency in the safe and prosperous enclave. But in the 21st, changes north and south of the border mean some are less keen to put down roots.

To mainland Chinese ‘Hong Kong drifters’, the allure of becoming a permanent resident in the city is fading
Disabled Hong Kong tour guides get creative in building careers by making education about their conditions a major attraction

Vincent Li introduces tourists to the characteristics and history of districts across the city, while also shining a spotlight on cerebral palsy.

9 Feb 2019 - 11:03AM

Vincent Li introduces tourists to the characteristics and history of districts across the city, while also shining a spotlight on cerebral palsy.

Disabled Hong Kong tour guides get creative in building careers by making education about their conditions a major attraction
For this Hong Kong undertaker, every working day is a matter of life and death

Ogden Chan puts his best into making sure bereaved families are taken care of but admits being detached is a necessary part of the job.

26 Jan 2019 - 11:04AM

Ogden Chan puts his best into making sure bereaved families are taken care of but admits being detached is a necessary part of the job.

For this Hong Kong undertaker, every working day is a matter of life and death
With Hong Kong’s low number of registered organ donors, is it time to adopt an opt-out system for donation?

City lags behind others in the number of registered donors, and lack of awareness contributes to misconceptions. Hong Kong only has six donors per million people, compared with 23 in Britain, 32 in the US and 47 in Spain.

26 Jan 2019 - 10:10AM

City lags behind others in the number of registered donors, and lack of awareness contributes to misconceptions. Hong Kong only has six donors per million people, compared with 23 in Britain, 32 in the US and 47 in Spain.

With Hong Kong’s low number of registered organ donors, is it time  to adopt an opt-out system for donation?
Hong Kong filmmaker Victor Leung overcomes troubled childhood to release first micro movie

Victor Leung Man-kit has battled anxiety, delinquency and a strained relationship with his parents, all of which almost cost him his dream.

19 Jan 2019 - 10:21AM

Victor Leung Man-kit has battled anxiety, delinquency and a strained relationship with his parents, all of which almost cost him his dream.

Hong Kong filmmaker Victor Leung overcomes troubled childhood to release first micro movie
Frustrated with the government’s recycling services, Hongkongers are taking matters into their own hands

Initiatives such as ‘Waste-no-mall’ offer greater recycling choices and let users see what happens to their recycled waste. The rate of waste recovered for recycling stands at 32 per cent of the total collected, a 10-year low for Hong Kong.

14 Jan 2019 - 4:16PM

Initiatives such as ‘Waste-no-mall’ offer greater recycling choices and let users see what happens to their recycled waste. The rate of waste recovered for recycling stands at 32 per cent of the total collected, a 10-year low for Hong Kong.

Frustrated with the government’s recycling services, Hongkongers are taking matters into their own hands
Game enough to try something new: e-sports give Hong Kong retirees fresh take on life and connection with young

Senior Citizen Home Safety Association helps members take up unlikely hobby, which has given them a new take on life and keeps their minds active.

5 Jan 2019 - 11:03AM

Senior Citizen Home Safety Association helps members take up unlikely hobby, which has given them a new take on life and keeps their minds active.

Game enough to try something new: e-sports give Hong Kong retirees fresh take on life and connection with young
Is Hong Kong doing enough to stem alcoholism among city’s youth?

Wellness worker who used to be teen addict details her struggles and dark tales of going ‘off the rails’, as well as accessibility of booze to young.

5 Jan 2019 - 10:20AM

Wellness worker who used to be teen addict details her struggles and dark tales of going ‘off the rails’, as well as accessibility of booze to young.

Is Hong Kong doing enough to stem alcoholism among city’s youth?
For HK$55 a night, Hong Kong’s ‘invisible homeless’ or working poor turn to cybercafes, amid unaffordable rents and with nowhere to go

Air conditioning and desktops for internet are better options than squalid, bug-infested subdivided flats or 24-hour fast-food chains.

22 Dec 2018 - 4:19PM

Air conditioning and desktops for internet are better options than squalid, bug-infested subdivided flats or 24-hour fast-food chains.

For HK$55 a night, Hong Kong’s ‘invisible homeless’ or working poor turn to cybercafes, amid unaffordable rents and with nowhere to go
Hong Kong bodybuilding champ Len Chui out to prove the mighty don’t need meat

Fresh off his victory at the International Natural Bodybuilding Association’s Natural Olympia in Las Vegas, Chui says strength and well-being don’t have to come at the expense of the environment.

22 Dec 2018 - 11:00AM

Fresh off his victory at the International Natural Bodybuilding Association’s Natural Olympia in Las Vegas, Chui says strength and well-being don’t have to come at the expense of the environment.

Hong Kong bodybuilding champ Len Chui out to prove the mighty don’t need meat
Long hours, difficult customers, unequal pay and few toilet breaks. Why work could be killing Hong Kong bus drivers – and their passengers

A number of serious traffic accidents in recent years has put the working conditions and well-being of bus drivers in focus.

15 Dec 2018 - 1:38PM

A number of serious traffic accidents in recent years has put the working conditions and well-being of bus drivers in focus.

Long hours, difficult customers, unequal pay and few toilet breaks. Why work could be killing Hong Kong bus drivers – and their passengers
WWF Hong Kong’s mission to ensure visit to Mai Po nature reserve is walk in the park for all, including less able-bodied

Conservation body has improved ramps and trails for easier access for wheelchair users and included Braille and 3D-printed props for those with visual impairments.

8 Dec 2018 - 11:13AM

Conservation body has improved ramps and trails for easier access for wheelchair users and included Braille and 3D-printed props for those with visual impairments.

WWF Hong Kong’s mission to ensure visit to Mai Po nature reserve is walk in the park for all, including less able-bodied
Counselling cafe out to beat ‘self-imposed constraints’ of Chinese culture, says founder ‘Mrs Wong’

With no prices on the menu, SecreTalk in Ma On Shan is not about the money, but making a positive impact on people’s lives, says cutthroat executive turned counsellor Nicole Ip.

8 Dec 2018 - 11:06AM

With no prices on the menu, SecreTalk in Ma On Shan is not about the money, but making a positive impact on people’s lives, says cutthroat executive turned counsellor Nicole Ip.

Counselling cafe out to beat ‘self-imposed constraints’ of Chinese culture, says founder ‘Mrs Wong’
Meet the 63-year-old fitness guru thousands of Hongkongers swear by – and her classes are free

Mona Chan Man-lai uses 26 simple signature moves to keep both the young and old in shape. Hongkongers are flocking to city parks to learn her secrets.

1 Dec 2018 - 12:33PM

Mona Chan Man-lai uses 26 simple signature moves to keep both the young and old in shape. Hongkongers are flocking to city parks to learn her secrets.

Meet the 63-year-old fitness guru thousands of Hongkongers swear by – and her classes are free