Tea shop dessert sales.
Do Chinese tea shops selling desserts need "the big licence"? Yes, says the government
Farewell, My Concubine. . . ?
Diverging views on keeping concubines on the Mainland
Are bus fares fair?
A look at ever-increasing fares and the fundamental problems of the two bus monopolies
On "flag days", most people contribute generously without knowing where the money goes
Producing a live stage drama is not as easy as it looks
The existence of student unions is not even noticed by some students
A look at the challenges and hardships faced by the student press in Hong Kong
Song in a teacup.
Cantonese opera enthusiasts refuse to hear the art form's swan song
The Phantom unmasked.
A candid interview with Phantom of the Opera's Peter Karrie
Keep the pen mighty.
Expatriate Chinese journalist Dai Qing challenges the Hong Kong press corps
Window on China shut.
The folding of Contemporary magazine narrows the political debate in Hong Kong
The new apple in town.
Apple Daily targets the mass audience
Science & Environment
Bacteria turning over a new leaf.
New discoveries in biotechnology put micro-organisms to work for humans
Electronic English tutors.
Give us a break, say English teachers in regard to the new electronic dictionaries
Yes, a photo session and interview with the Swedish duo on tour in Hong Kong