Cover Story
Periscope: Lighting up Hong Kong -"City of Life"

To boost the Hong Kong tourist industry, the Hong Kong Tourism Board stages and evaluates campaigns like the "City of Life: Hong Kong Is It!"
Misconception about Hong Kong

Tourists from New Zealand, Bombay and elsewhere have different views of the region.

Education and Campus
Critics: University professors paid too much

Hong Kong's university professors are paid more than Western ones.

Social Issues
Fast food shops' menus not very helpful
Fast food shops do not providenutritional information on their menus. Such information is available only on leaflets, but not many shops provide them. .
Abuse of public places
Domestic helpers face complaints from pedestrians and shops.

Cover story: Tourists find Hong Kong
a shopper's paradise.
Photo Features
Tea -- yet another Chinese legacy
Discovered in China in 2737 B.C., tea has been a part of Chinese culture ever since.

Culture & Leisure
More than a scent

Essential oils used in aromatherapy are thought to enhance health and beauty.
Multimedia performances

Multimedia performances combine sound, image, text and body movements into a single experiences.
Give movies some rhythm
Film music composer Anthony Chue talks about music making behind the scenes.
Survival on air
Radio drama has changed over the years.

People: Former CUHK Vice-Chancellor
Charles K.Kao does ceramics

Striving for a meaning life

Chan Siu Cheuk is a college headmaster who went from being a rebellious youth to an adult who helps teenage addicts.
A man of eminence and passion
Prof. Charles K. Kao, "father of fibre optics coomunications", talks about his past and his current interests.

Science & Technology
First portable lie detector
Polygraphs have become available to everyone now that the world's first portable lie detector has entered the Hong Kong commercial market.
Multi-platform entertainment on MTR

Motion posters lining
MTR tunnels surprise passengers and spice up dull journeys.

From the Editor
Letters to Editor



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Photo Features: Chinese Tea.
November Issue