Hong Kong's emerging tango scene proves that it takes a lot more than two to tango. Some Hong Kongers attend milongas, or tango parties, to show off their skills dancing escenario style. Others prefer the more reserved salón style. Both camps argue for their dance style's authenticity and slight superiority.
Winnie Chau HK-magazine.com 09/19/2008
Time Out Hong Kong 09/12/2008
The humble mince pie propelled comedian Rhod Gilbert to intense fame at this summer’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The Welshman’s one man stand up show, which tells his story of staggering into a service station at 2.40am, seeing a sign for an award-winning mince pie, and having an ensuing nervous breakdown, has had a tremendous reception with the press. “It’s funny. I didn’t think it was any better than my usual things, but the press seemed to go mental this year,” marvels Gilbert over the phone from the UK.
Nickkita Lau The Standard 07/15/2008
Thaindian News 06/16/2008
Hong Kong, June 16 (DPA) One third of parents in Hong Kong have gambling habit and regularly bet on horse racing and soccer matches, a survey published Monday claimed. The survey, carried out by an education concern group, also found that two thirds of the 864 parents interviewed believed the gambling problem in the former British colony to be serious.
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