Issue: March 22, 2006   (Archive)
Friday, September 4, 2015   

Big boys escape property blues
Volatility and intense competition in the gigantic mainland property market do not seem to have unduly affected its leading players.

Let's hear it for marriage-saving white noise
A friend of mine has been sleeping on the living room couch for years because his wife can't stand his snoring.

Food for thought on zero wastage
Hong Kong is the most affluent society in the region and it is unavoidable that we're sometimes wasteful.

Make your wishes come true at an old well
Stanley is a favorite tourist spot and an attractive seaside town favored by both expatriates and wealthy locals.

Body-mind care key in medicine
I took an elderly family member who is suffering from pain and numbness in the lower back and legs to see Chinese medicine practitioner Cheung Yung.

Just don't move, he's armed with a Transformers T-shirt
Me: "This is not a gun. It's a child's drawing of Team Rocket's bazooka from the Pokemon cartoon."

Avenue unlikely to lead to profits
On Thursday Beijing will stage a grand military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of China's victory in the war of resistance against Japan.

China crisis brings Apple party to an end
I sold all my Apple Inc shares on Thursday night. It was the last stock holding I have. I am all cash now.

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