Thursday, 31 March 2011

Daylight Robbery in Hong Kong

Literally! Both HK newspapers (the English ones) reported the daring movie-style robbery of silver bars from a delivery truck. The news reports (here and here), quoting the police, did not name the logistics company of the truck that was hijacked. Here are the, ahem, logistics:

Stolen: 250 silver ingots; each ingot weighs 15 kg and has a value of HK$20,000
Total weight: 3.75 tonnes
Total value: HK$5 million (US$641,000)
Gang: At least 5 robbers wearing Customs and Excise Department attire
Victims: 1 driver, 1 assistant, 1 unnamed logistics company

Question: What does one do with 3.75 tonnes of pure silver?

Answer: Perhaps sell on Ebay?

Silver Bullion Bars (pic from here)

Silver bars worth $5m hijacked (The Standard)
Elizabeth Law
Tuesday, March 29, 2011

A delivery truck carrying HK$5 million worth of silver bars was hijacked yesterday afternoon in Hung Hom by five men posing as customs officers.

Police said the gang forced the driver of the truck and his colleague into a getaway vehicle and driven to Sha Tin, where it was set on fire.

The truck contained 250 bars of silver weighing 15 kilograms each.

The victims surnamed Lau, 45, and Lui, 53, are employees of a logistics company. They escaped unhurt.

The men were escorting the silver from a factory in Fan Ling to a client in Hung Hom, shortly after 12pm.

As the truck traveled along Fat Kwong Street, it was forced to a halt by an unmarked light goods vehicle. Five men in jeans, aged 30 to 40, got out and ordered the victims from their truck.

It is understood the goods vehicle had grills fitted on its windows and the assailants posed as customs officers.

They accused Lau and Lui of smuggling, and ordered them out of their vehicle.

The victims were then hooded and taken to the getaway vehicle, where their hands were bound.

Two of the assailants escaped with the truck containing the silver.

Lau and Lui were then driven to Sha Tin Heights Road, where they were pushed out before the van was set ablaze.

Police said they received a report of a burning vehicle at about 2pm.

Upon arriving at the scene, they found Lau and Lui still tied up away from the vehicle, which was burning slightly.

Firefighters who put out the fire found three drums of lubricant in the van.

The van's registration plates and Electronic Toll Collection device appeared to be removed, indicating a possibly stolen vehicle.

The delivery truck was recovered last night in Kwun Tong, but the silver bars were missing.

Police have classified the incident as robbery, and are still investigating.

No arrests have been made.

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Keswick Chuk Wing-hung, center-in-charge, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Hong Kong

Reference: The Standard news article

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Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Communal Chopsticks or Communal Germs?

A typical Hong Kong staff member at work in a typical Hong Kong-style cafe. Photo from David Wong

Call me queasy but I have reservations about associating hygiene together with food handlers and food places in Hong Kong. I appreciate that many bloggers, particularly foodies, enjoy raving about local-style and even street food (e.g. Nanamoose and Cha Xiu Bao). We've also seen the likes of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain apparently being amazed and astounded by the local food, especially in cheap local haunts like Dai Pai Dongs and Cha Chaan Tengs (HK-style cafes).

I rarely visit such places, unless I have visitors in town who may want to sample all the sights, smells and tastes (as well as the resident microbes) of Hong Kong. The local milk tea remains, to my palate, undrinkable. And the thought of someone's grubby paws being in direct contact with any beverage or food dish reinforces my opinion of local eateries. I know, I'm easily queasily queasy!

Quick quote:
Get your stinking hands off [my drink], you damn dirty human!

However, it seems the recent collective history of infectious diseases, like SARS, and bird and swine flu, has been conveniently forgotten. It should be remembered that as a result of those public health scares, it was heartening to observe Hong Kong people starting to become more aware of hygiene issues with, for example, the use of communal chopsticks [公筷 or "community-use chopsticks"] being promoted, as well as washing hands and using facemasks. But now that the economy is picking up (one sure sign is rent prices increasing) and the fact that people have conveniently forgotten about the public health scares, life appears pretty much back to normal in Hong Kong!

Until ... that is ... the next public health scare.

0796 HKSAR Name of the Day

Jelly Cheuk (Ms), Invest Hong Kong, Hong Kong

(courtesy Ulaca, please see 0437 HKSAR Name of the Day)

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pics from here and here

Tuesday, 29 March 2011

0795 HKSAR Name of the Day

Aly Chau, Hong Kong (SCMP letters 29 March 2010)

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Monday, 28 March 2011

0794 HKSAR Name of the Day

Kalvin Ho Kai-ming, second-year student (March 2011), Department of Public and Social Administration, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

The meaning of Kalvin is “bald” but this Kalvin has a full head of hair! [see pic from Shoddy Slogans From City University]

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Sunday, 27 March 2011

0793 HKSAR Name of the Day

Oswens Lo, Siu Hung, doctor, Hong Kong

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Saturday, 26 March 2011

0792 HKSAR Name of the Day

Angelyn Lim Ai-Lyn, solicitor, Hong Kong

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Friday, 25 March 2011

Smoking Platini

Oui but of course I smoke, I am French no? (pic from here)

Michel Platini, re-elected as UEFA president, is a traditionalist and technophobe … most notably stubbornly shunning any technology (goal-line or video tech) in football.

Oui but of course I oppose technology in football, I am non-progressive no?

Why are football’s law-making bodies run by dinosaurs?

Related (somewhat): Platini

0791 HKSAR Name of the Day

Jo Jo Tang, Lai Shan, accountant, Hong Kong

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Thursday, 24 March 2011

Martin Yan Hires Regina Ip

Regina dear, you must do a Nigella pose for my new cookbook. It’s about Chinese dumplings.

Regina "Broom-Hilda" Ip (sorry, "Broomhead") has engaged Martin Yan to help promote her new Hong Kong political party, the New People’s Party.

Also, the SCMP news story (below) has a shocking and simply dreadful first sentence. The quality of Hong Kong news has gone down the drain (e.g. Cross-border Sex Operation Smashed).

Celebrity chef Yan adds spice to Regina Ip's new party (SCMP; paywall)
John Carney
Mar 23, 2011

It has already made it clear that it is out for the middle-class vote. Now, Hong Kong's newest political party has injected a dash of celebrity into its launch - by appointing television chef Martin Yan as an adviser.

It may not quite have the cachet of US President Barack Obama's "Yes we can" mantra, but New People's Party chairwoman Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee said yesterday that the celebrity chef's catchphrase, "if Yan can cook, so can you", typified her party's desire to drive home the ethic of self-improvement.

Ip, former secretary for security, could not be specific on the exact advice the mainland-born, San Francisco-based chef would bring to the party, but said he was picked for his motivational abilities.

It is an unusual partnership, however. Ip believes Yan's involvement in Republican Party fund-raising in the United States will prove useful and be a perfect fit with the new party's right-of-centre political stance.

And she clearly believes he knows his political onions.

"Many Chinese in the US are more pro-Republican than pro-Democrat, as the Republicans are viewed as a more pro-business party. He is politically savvy and will have a big influence," she said. "Martin is from Hong Kong originally, so he keeps up with the news here and he knew me straight away.

"He's a charismatic person. I love his catchphrase, `[If] Yan can cook, so can you!' It means the sky is the limit if you just try your best. Martin is a self-made man and a Hong Kong success story. He is very inspiring to many people here."

Ip said she had always loved watching Yan's shows and felt his manner of presenting stirred the same feelings in many others. Yan lives in the Bay area of San Francisco, where Ip lived for four years while studying at Stanford University. She said she had invited him to speak to party members the next time he was in town.

Yan, 62, is a household name in Hong Kong. Born in Guangzhou, he moved to Hong Kong when he was 13 and, while schooling, worked at his uncle's Chinese restaurant, learning about traditional Chinese barbecue. He received a diploma in cooking and later left for Canada. He has hosted more than 1,500 episodes of Yan Can Cook since 1982.

0790 HKSAR Name of the Day

Salina Lo, Pui Man, doctor, Hong Kong

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Wednesday, 23 March 2011

0789 HKSAR Name of the Day

Christobelle Liao Yi Ching, solicitor, Hong Kong

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Tuesday, 22 March 2011

0788 HKSAR Name of the Day

Banny Tam, Kwok Ming, accountant, Hong Kong

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Monday, 21 March 2011

Cross-border Sex Operation Smashed

Another ambiguous headline from SCMP. On first read, I actually thought this was about illegal sex-change operations being performed across the border. Individuals in Hong Kong who are transgender have been reported by the media before.

Pic from Gizmodo, dramatizing a real case where a surgeon snapped took a picture of a patient's penis during surgery and who was then later suspended

Imagine my disappointment when the news article turned out to be just another story about pimps and prostitutes in Hong Kong and China!

The word "operation" is readily used in medical situations, so it is perhaps a good idea for reporters and sub-editors to limit its use in non-medical headlines especially if it is linked with other biomedical words such as sex (SCMP is supposed to be the leading English daily in Hong Kong, but they do goof up more regularly than not; examples here and here).

Also, was it actually the "operation" or the "gang" that was smashed? Once you read the first paragraph of the news article, the headline appears inaccurate. Would something like "Police Smash China Prostitution Ring" be an improvement?

Cross-border sex operation smashed (SCMP; paywall)
Clifford Lo
Mar 18, 2011

Police believe they have smashed a gang bringing prostitutes from the mainland to Hong Kong after arresting a man and 11 women in an undercover operation.

The 27-year-old suspected gangster was arrested in Ngau Tau Kok after the women were picked up on Wednesday night at two hotels, in Wan Chai and Kwun Tong.

Crime squad officers say they are still investigating what they believe was a gang controlled by two or three members. "The gang usually booked at least two or three hotel rooms for five or six women and put their pictures and details on a sex website with contact phone numbers," said Chief Inspector Paul Edmiston, Wan Chai district operations officer.

Callers were told to go to a hotel room for sex, he said. "When [the clients] got to the hotel there were usually two or three girls in a room. They picked the girl they wanted."

Clients were charged between HK$500 and HK$1,000, with the women keeping 40 per cent.

Police said the prostitutes worked round the clock and had up to 15 clients a day. After investigating for about two weeks, officers posing as clients were sent to the hotels.

Police arrested the man in his flat in Choi Yat House, on the Choi Ha Estate in Ngau Tau Kok. They believe he directed clients to the hotels and collected money.

Six women arrested in Wan Chai will appear in Eastern Court today.

0787 HKSAR Name of the Day

Roxy Lo, Ngok Sing, doctor, Hong Kong

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Sunday, 20 March 2011

0786 HKSAR Name of the Day

Emba Leung Wun Man, solicitor, Hong Kong

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Saturday, 19 March 2011

Pele Proven Wrong ... Predictably

It's not really news, I know. But once again, Pele's pronouncement that UEFA president Michel Platini might run against FIFA president Sepp Blatter is wide of the mark. Pele really is pathetic with his football-related predictions.

Although technically there is still time for Platini to make an announcement to run, if he so wishes (since the FIFA presidential election takes place on 1 June 2011), it is highly unlikely that he will do so especially since the AFC president Mohamed Bin Hammam has just announced that he will be running against Blatter (Bin Hammam to stand against Blatter in Fifa election).

If only Pele would use his amazing powers for the good of the game (FIFA's not-so-shoddy slogan)!

0785 HKSAR Name of the Day

Zacky Sun, Kam Fai, accountant, Hong Kong

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Friday, 18 March 2011

Shoddy Slogans From City University

A real hermit lives downtown; a real scholar cares about this world.

Bizarrely, the above phrase is the official slogan of the City University of Hong Kong (according to the news article "Slogans enhance sense of belonging" in The Standard).

This slogan may sound better in Chinese but nevertheless can someone explain its meaning please?

Perhaps the first part of the slogan refers somewhat loosely to the term "Ivory Tower"? However, the news article mentions that this official slogan refers to "a real hermit living downtown", so the Ivory Tower suggestion may be off the mark. Can someone please enlighten?

[Hermits or not? From left, slogan prizewinners Kalvin Ho Kai-Ming, Hui Tak-Yin and Henry Kwan Him-Pok with City University professors]

Furthermore, three new prize-winning slogans were reported too (the original press release from City University only provides the slogans in Chinese).

First place slogan: CityU Innovations Improve the World

Second place slogan: Coming Together for Creativity: CityU Changes the World

Third place slogan: Home of Innovation: City of Talents

Do the English translations from The Standard do the slogans justice? Or are they just shoddy slogans to begin with?

0784 HKSAR Name of the Day

Amos Lo, Chun Yip, doctor, Hong Kong

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Thursday, 17 March 2011

0783 HKSAR Name of the Day

Vitus Leung Wing Hang, solicitor, Hong Kong

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Wednesday, 16 March 2011

0782 HKSAR Name of the Day

Aloysius So, Yirk Yu, accountant, Hong Kong

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Tuesday, 15 March 2011

0781 HKSAR Name of the Day

Wilina Lim, Wei Ling, doctor, Hong Kong

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Monday, 14 March 2011

Judge Slaps Magistrate Who Slapped Amina Bokhary For Slapping a Police Officer

How many slaps is that?

Finally, who judges the judges is answered; at least in the case of Amina Bokhary.

Frank Stock, Vice-President of the Court of Appeal, is reported as saying it was "unfortunate" that magistrate Anthony Yuen Wai-ming noted Amina Bokhary's "good background, a well-off family, good education and outstanding academic achievement" ... as if this was influential in his judgment (see Judges Behaving Bizarrely As Usual)

Bokhary comment unfortunate, judge says (SCMP; paywall)
Austin Chiu
Mar 12, 2011

A Court of Appeal judge described as unfortunate a comment by the magistrate sentencing top judge's niece Amina Mariam Bokhary that the defendant had a "good background".

Vice-President of the Court of Appeal Frank Stock made the observation in a judgment which explained the court's decision to extend Bokhary's one-year driving ban to three years for failing to provide a breath sample, but not to replace a HK$5,000 fine with a jail term.

Stock was referring to Magistrate Anthony Yuen Wai-ming's remark in August last year that Bokhary had a good background because she came from a well-off and caring family, which sparked public concern over the sentence handed down.

But Stock noted: "It must also be remembered that by reason of the same principles of level-headedness and fairness ... the courts do not visit extra punishment, or brush aside true mitigating factors in respect of a defendant who happens to be from a privileged background."

Despite his criticism of Yuen's remark, Stock said he had no doubt that Yuen had not passed "lenient sentences" in favour of Bokhary because of her background.

He said a fine and a disqualification were suitable for the offence because it was the first time the 35-year-old niece of Mr Justice Kemal Bokhary had committed a traffic offence and she was suffering from a significant mental ailment.

On January 27 last year, Bokhary's car collided with a tour bus in Stubbs Road, Happy Valley, damaging the front of both vehicles. She then slapped a police officer who tried to stop her from leaving - an offence for which she spent six weeks in jail after breaching a probation order.

0780 HKSAR Name of the Day

Evon Leung Sze Man, solicitor, Hong Kong

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Sunday, 13 March 2011

0779 HKSAR Name of the Day

Logan Siu, Yue Wa, accountant, Hong Kong

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Saturday, 12 March 2011

0778 HKSAR Name of the Day

Queenie Lim, U-Lin, doctor, Hong Kong

[see also 0343 HKSAR Name of the Day]

Note: Her Chinese name appears strange too! “Hello, I’m Dr Queenie U-Lin Lim” (repeat fast five times, and you have a tongue twister!!)

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Friday, 11 March 2011

0777 HKSAR Name of the Day

Crimean Leung Kit Man, solicitor, Hong Kong

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Thursday, 10 March 2011

0776 HKSAR Name of the Day

Annisa Shiu, Sui Sum, accountant, Hong Kong

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Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Pele Makes Two Doomed Pronoucements in Hong Kong

Pele in Hong Kong (from The Standard)

So, here are Pele’s latest pronouncements that are a certain shoo-in for failure and ridicule (see past examples here at Pele's Pathetic Unprophetic Predictions). He has made only two (or rather the Hong Kong media reported two opinions from Pele) so far during his three-day Hong Kong visit. Pele’s two pronouncements are:

1) Rather than goal-line technology, Pele prefers the use of extra match officials.

2) Rather than the use of defensive walls during free kicks, Pele wants the rules to be changed so that there is only a one-man “barrier” … with (as far as can be understood from the news report*) the rest of the players from the defending team to stay behind the ball.
* If anyone has other interpretations, please feel free to disclose and comment

These two predictions from Pele are certain to meet their doom.

For the first one, the experiment using extra match officials does not appear to be going well. It is really a stop-gap measure until the football bigwigs chiefs (namely Michel Platini and Sepp Blatter), who despise technology for reasons known only to themselves, back down and acknowledge that technology, and specifically goal-line technology, should be used at the highest level where millions of people want to watch entertaining matches with no clear mistakes such as the one that affected England in their 2010 World Cup match against Germany.

For the second one, this one demonstrates just how “out of sync” Pele is with the modern game. The modern game of football does not need special rules for a certain kind of player (namely players that Pele believe are similar to him, in terms of dribbling past multiple players). And how often does that happen in matches? Rules should apply to all players, and not to just benefit some. If Pele wants to revise the football rules, then why not first run for president of FIFA or UEFA? Only then will his pathetic predictions have a real chance of coming true!!


Pele back in the limelight with Cosmos
(SCMP; paywall)
Tim Noonan
Mar 08, 2011

In his new role as honorary president of the New York Cosmos, Pele yesterday showed a Hong Kong audience he still had some moves, despite retiring more than 30 years ago.

Dubbed the world's greatest player, Pele led the Cosmos contingent into town and was moved to action at a press conference when asked about rule changes he would like to see in today's game.

"I would like to see players who foul around the penalty area forced to stand in a one-man wall in front of the upcoming free-kick," the 70-year-old Brazilian said, before demonstrating how he would snake through a defence. "The last defender commits a foul, , but they put all nine players who I have passed in the wall against me. Everybody I pass is now in front of me. That is not fair."

Pele raised concerns over players' inflated salaries, powerful agents and the use of goal-line technology.

"Players should never forget to play for the love of the game and the team," he said. "Sometimes I tease players and say they earn in one year what took me 10 years."

He said agents did not care if players were good or not. "They just want to sell them and get the money. It's a danger for the future of football."

He also said more time was needed to decide if hi-tech aids were essential to rule on penalties and balls crossing the goal line. "Football is not Formula One or tennis. It's about quick movement. You cannot stop a counter-attack to see if it was a goal."

It's all about money (The Standard)

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Brazilian football legend Pele has warned that soaring players' salaries and powerful agents who squeeze clubs for higher fees represent a "danger for the future" of the game.

Speaking in Hong Kong, the three- time World Cup winner bemoaned the number of players pocketing big salaries only to "disappear" after a short career.

"Players should never forget to play for the love of the game and team ... players love whoever pays a little bit more, that's the danger for football," he said.

Decrying the role of agents in the modern game, he said: "They do not care if the player is good or not. They want to sell the player and get the money."

Pele, considered by many to be the all-time greatest footballer, also raised concerns over the potential impact of goal-line technology currently under discussion at Fifa.

"It is about quick movement ... you cannot stop a counter-attack to see if it was a goal," he said, stating his preference for an extra referee behind each goal to resolve disputes over penalties and balls crossing the line.

Pele does want one rule revised, to force players who foul around the penalty area to stand in a one-man wall in front of the ensuing free-kick.

Citing his famous mazy runs through the opposition as an example of the need for a rule change, the Brazilian said: "The last defender would make a foul on me .... they put all nine players who I pass in the wall against me.

"Everybody I pass is now in front of me. That is not fair."

Pele said the standard of Asian football had risen dramatically since he first toured the region with Brazilian club Santos. "The level is fantastic, it's very hard to come here and play. What they need is an opportunity to win the World Cup, and the coaches and players to experience other leagues to raise their level," he said.

Pele is on a promotional visit for former club New York Cosmos, who are vying to join Major League Soccer in 2014.

Edison Arantes do Nascimento, you continue to be a source of entertainment! Thank you.

0775 HKSAR Name of the Day

Tomy Li, Wai Tung, doctor, Hong Kong

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Tuesday, 8 March 2011

0774 HKSAR Name of the Day

Dickens Lee Shu Lap, solicitor, Hong Kong

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Monday, 7 March 2011

0773 HKSAR Name of the Day

Petrus Poon, Wai Yip, accountant, Hong Kong

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Sunday, 6 March 2011

0772 HKSAR Name of the Day

Randa Li, Tsz Ha, doctor, Hong Kong

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Saturday, 5 March 2011

Platini Guaranteed Not To Take On Blatter For FIFA Presidency

Doh! Whatever Pele predicts, it is almost guaranteed to be wrong and the outcome is usually the complete opposite of the great footballer's prophecies (see examples here at Pele's Pathetic Unprophetic Predictions).

In fact, there is no Pele's Law but there is Scolari's Theory, something previously coined on this blog (see end of this post).

Here is Pele’s latest prediction for the upcoming FIFA elections on 1 June 2011, when president Sepp Blatter will seek a fourth 4-year term:
Uefa chief may take on Blatter for top Fifa job (SCMP; paywall)
Associated Press in Singapore
Mar 04, 2011

Uefa president Michel Platini might run against Sepp Blatter for the Fifa presidency, Brazilian great Pele said.

"Maybe Platini will run for that," Pele said. "It's a good opportunity."

As mentioned previously, we should perhaps make use of Pele’s remarkable powers of prediction contradiction toward the global goal of World peace and goodwill for all humankind. Surely that would be Pele’s greatest ever and ultimate goal?

Pele, who is currently in Singapore, will arrive in Hong Kong on Sunday 6 March for three days. It would be fantastic if Pele were to make as many predictions as possible (clarification: Pele should make as many negative predictions as possible about society's problems). With Pele's track record for being spectacularly wrong, he could conceivably end up being a saint! Just imagine, Pele—the world's greatest-ever footballer and the patron saint of contradictions.

The Theory of Scolari

Remember, there is no Pele’s Law, but there is Scolari’s Theory which goes:
“I believe Pele knows nothing about football. His analysis always turns out to be wrong. If you want to win a title, you have to listen to Pele and then do the opposite.”

2002 Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari
(who helped Brazil win the 2002 World Cup ... following Pele's infamous prediction that his national team "won’t even get past the group stages".)

0771 HKSAR Name of the Day

Davina Lee Kwok Yu, solicitor, Hong Kong

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Friday, 4 March 2011

0770 HKSAR Name of the Day

Blanche Poon, Hang Sim, accountant, Hong Kong

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Thursday, 3 March 2011

0769 HKSAR Name of the Day

Vonnie Lui, actress and local celebrity, Hong Kong

Vonnie Lui [pic from Hongkie Town]

[Thanks to Spike at Hongkie Town for putting this name on the radar! Selfishly, I wait to see if there will be a significant increase in blog traffic!]]

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Do people stereotype pretty Asian girls like Vonnie Lui? Rather like the new Pinky dolls ... mysterious and sexy but with brown-tinted hair?

Wednesday, 2 March 2011

0768 HKSAR Name of the Day

Ares Leung, Kwok Ling, doctor, Hong Kong

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Tuesday, 1 March 2011

0767 HKSAR Name of the Day

Camy Lee Kit May, solicitor, Hong Kong

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