Issue: March 08, 2013   (Archive)
Sunday, November 29, 2015   

Question of trust
Nearly six years after her death, the question of who controls the HK$83 billion property-based estate left by Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum remains unanswered.

Don't blame the tools
When you are given a hammer to hang a picture on the wall, you don't smash the picture or wall. If you are using a knife to cut vegetables, you will only cut your fingers if you are careless.

Back to his roots
The last time I met artist Hanison Lau Hok-shing he was into three- dimensional floating landscapes. Oyster shells were made into mountains, grape vines became pine tree trunks decorated with shredded green kitchen sponges as leaves.

Empire on the brink
The recent court result is but the latest stage of a combustible legal odyssey involving, even by Hong Kong's rich standards of what constitutes true wealth, a Chinachem fortune that has captured the imagination of the people.

Suzuki weekend car show
Dates: March 9-10 (Sat-Sun)

Mitsubishi Outlander
Dates: March 9-10 (Sat-Sun)

Mercedes-Benz car show
Dates: March 9-10 (Sat-Sun)

Floating asset
Those brilliant people at Volkswagen Hong Kong raised product presentation to new levels by unveiling the New Golf as the car apparently floated in the swimming pool at Aberdeen Marina Club.

Thrill of discovery
Discover new Italian wines with Doppio Zero's (Tel: 2851-0682) Vino Trio.

Fulfilling lunch
Ladies who lunch can indulge in their favorite activity while raising money for the Quintessentially Foundation.

Wine and dine
Altaya Wines has invited Jerome Heranval, general manager of Chateau Durfort-Vivens, to discuss his wines during a five-course pairing dinner (HK$700).

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