Issue: May 10, 2006   (Archive)
Tuesday, April 28, 2015   




Legend of the `Seven Sisters' will live on
If you've ever been to North Point, there is a famous road called Tsat Tsz Mui, which in Chinese means "Seven Sisters."

Mainland moguls get their kicks
With the local stock market hitting highs on a deluge of new capital, more attention is being paid to Beijing's development strategies.

Be on the same page as your dog  learn to think like them
My dog spends hours visualizing her dinner, licking her lips in anticipation of it, and walking in and out of the kitchen to catch the precise moment when it is served. And then she inhales it in one nanosecond. Slurrrp! Gone.

Times of change at Wharf
Early May is an important time for Wharf chairman Peter Woo Kwong-ching as he will be handing over leadership of the group to deputy chairman Stephen Ng Tin-hoi.

Reasons not to join the China stock frenzy
"Shall I buy some stock on Monday?" a friend who had not been in touch for years asked in a message out of the blue last weekend. I did not reply to her. Frankly, I am very afraid of commenting on stock right now.

Landlords bite into eateries
Running a restaurant in Hong Kong is like waging a war against fierce competition and ever-rising rents. It's quite a feat if a restaurant is still going strong after 20 years.

Smiles shine through after lessons in life
Louise Law Yi-shu is as busy these days as she was before retirement. I guess a leisurely life is elusive to an educator who loves working and volunteering.

Heavy metal fall from grace
Former chairman of the now-defunct Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange and Urban Renewal Authority head Barry Cheung Chun- yuen was declared bankrupt. He also lost a lawsuit concerning unpaid wages.



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