Issue: March 08, 2013   (Archive)
Wednesday, December 2, 2015   

Stripped for action in Central
Heads turned in disbelief when male and female city slickers shed their business outfits and took lifts and escalators semi- naked in Central.

Casino man to spin different wheels
Tyler Kuan, 27, is leaving behind the blazing neon lights of Macau for the raw beauty of the backroads.

Space-age cosmetics keep time at bay
The search for the elusive fountain of youth has gone off-planet.

Second tycoon plans land offer
Another tycoon says he is planning to donate land to the government to build affordable housing for the young.

A cycle of victories
The Hong Kong cycling team got its first medal through Jamie Wong Wan-yiu, pictured, who won the women's Asian Cycling Championship in New Delhi.

Talking smart about the best new gadgets
What to do on a cold day when you're chilled to the bone but really need to take hands out of pockets to make a call on your mobile phone? You won't face that dilemma with a glove from Shenzhen's Winnershine Technology. For it's also a phone.

Longer fame as Warhol tops auctions
Andy Warhol got more than his "15 minutes of fame" when his works topped the list of auction sales in 2012.

Praise for airport help
Politburo Standing Committee member Yu Zhengsheng heaped praise on Henry Tang Ying-yen in Beijing yesterday for his help in resolving a management problem at Shanghai Honqiao International Airport back in the days when he was the SAR's chief secretary.

Cardinal Zen offers farewell and thanks
Hong Kong's archbishop emeritus Cardinal Joseph Zen leaves a meeting at the Vatican after traveling to Italy to say a special farewell to Pope Benedict XVI.

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