Raymond and Thomas Kwok Their mother, Kwong Siu-hing, the 84-year-old matriarch who controls Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP), confirmed that she has transferred shares worth an estimated HK$33 billion into separate trusts owned by the Raymond and Thomas and their families. She transferred 6.36 per cent of SHKP shares into each trust. Kwong said she had not given any shares to eldest son Walter Kwok Ping-sheung, who was ousted as chairman of the company in 2008 after a boardroom fight with his two younger brothers, who subsequently took over as co-chairmen of the city's second largest developer. Shanghai and Hong Kong teens The 15-year-olds of Shanghai are still the best in the world at reading, maths and science, according to the latest global survey. Hong Kong's youngsters ranked second in science and reading - up from third and fourth in 2009 - and held their third place for maths. The latest report by the Programme for International Student Assessment was based on surveys of more than half a million 15-year-olds in 65 countries and regions. Yung Kai-leung The Hong Kong professor's creation was blasted into space on board the Chang'e-3 spacecraft - en route for the moon. The associate head of industrial and system engineering at Polytechnic University developed a structure for holding and moving a camera on the Chang'e-3, which is due to land on the moon on December 14.