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Macau moves

Macau moves It matters who heads an organization and Lui Che Woo, as head of K Wah and Galaxy Groups, is a big and benevolent factor in channelling the proceeds of his various businesses into community development. Recent publicity for his institution of a prize for World Civilisation is a case in point . . .

 
Re-connecting
to the harbour
In his January 2015 Policy Address, Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, Leung Chun-ying, said, “There has been a marked improvement in the water quality of Victoria Harbour” and “ I have instructed relevant bureaux to explore the feasibility of organising water sports activities in Victoria Harbour . . .
 
It was a decision that wasn’t taken lightly by the club’s committee. But, as Phuket evolves as a yachting centre, the name change was thought to project an image to match . . .
 

We have three basic systems of handicapping in Hong Kong. Below is my opinion of these, backed up by the overall results of the Typhoon Series and Top Dog Trophy Series this season . . .

 
A year ago, we interviewed Jeff Bent (FH Number 274), the man who heads up Kai Tak cruise terminal. Given the bad press, enmity and opprobrium surrounding this harbourside development, we expected a man weighed down by a lack of ships and constant complaints but, on the contrary, the managing director of Worldwide Cruise Terminals(left) was remarkably cheerful . . .
 
Macau is a wonderful training ground for cross-cultural management and recent developments in sailing would make an interesting case study for one of those public university or business administration courses . . .
 
 
 
 
Tides for Quarry Bay

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