Issue: May 10, 2006   (Archive)
Sunday, September 21, 2014   

Scottish question reveals politics of fragility
By the time this article is published, the question whether Scotland will go independent should have been decided.

TVB puts focus on students
The local news media present a number of awards each year to recognize outstanding journalism.

Collector with nose for vintage and friends
Two years ago, wine collector Paul Dunn Siu-chau hosted a wine-tasting session and asked me to join.

Some good news on a lost art
Some people say reporters must have "legs of steel, eyes of horses and a super-human stomach" as they have to run around a lot, be very observant and miss meals frequently.

Fortune-tellers may have missed rise in value
"If I had a crystal ball, I would be among the ranks of Warren Buffett!"

Promotion seen as done deal
Trade Development Council executive director Fred Lam Tin-fuk will be leaving soon to head the Airport Authority, and there are reports that deputy executive director Margaret Fong Shun-man will take up the top job.

Beware the downfall of Causeway Bay
Causeway Bay has knocked New York's Fifth Avenue off the top of the list of most expensive places to rent retail space in the world, new research shows.

TV station wins at the races
There was talk earlier that Television Broadcasts was trying to wrestle broadcasting rights for horse racing away from Asia Television.

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