Issue: May 10, 2006   (Archive)
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   

Please press enter to continue while I try to find my keyboard
My most hated computer error message is: Warning: Keyboard not found. Press enter to continue.

Choosing to have lessons at home
A group of concerned mothers recently started to ask whether there are viable alternatives to the current grades and examination-oriented education system in Hong Kong.

Balancing act calls for choking off easy credit
The National Development and Reform Commission, the command center of the mainland state-owned sector, announced that sales of debt by state-held companies will be on hold until further notice.

Fate of ATV up in the air
The Communications Authority is reviewing the renewal of the two free-to-air television licenses and it is uncertain whether Asia Television will get to keep its.

Creative happy to get courthouse summons
I wrote a short article for Sing Tao Daily a while ago on revitalization projects, and mentioned the local Savannah College of Art and Design, or SCAD Hong Kong.

Out to make a splash in life
Late summer/early autumn weather is perfect for swimming, with many outdoor aquatic events held during this time of year.

Our Mid-Levels stairway to goose heaven
Residents of Mid-Levels have arguably been the worst affected by the recent traffic blockage, with most of the bus routes canceled for days on end.

Ukuleles pluck heartstrings
In the music video of his song Ukulele, Jay Chou Chieh-lun plays a flippant dandy in a flamboyant floral outfit, wooing girls on a sunny beach.

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