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Published on: 17 February 2021 by Michael Lamb
As we start to look towards a future post-Covid, and envision normality returning, many people are eagerly awaiting the reintroduction of events and activities that were cancelled or postponed due to the virus.
From music concerts to sporting events, much of life was put on hold for 2020 – both in Hong Kong and throughout the world. With the cancellation of the Hong Kong Rugby 7’s, the Wine and Dine Festival, and myriad other activities that mark the city’s social calendar, the return of these annual highlights cannot come soon enough.
Published on: 8 June 2015 by Romil Motwani
Imagine planning for an event for months for it all to come crashing down just a few days before the event date. Sounds devastating, right? Well it is!
Months of planning and valuable resources have been poured into your event and now it’s all gone to waste. One such example of this is concert cancellations in Hong Kong, with Mika, The Killers, Mariah Carey and The Rolling Stones all suffering the misfortune of having to abandon their events in Hong Kong.
Published on: 12 May 2015 by Michael Lamb
In the wake of the announcement that the Queenie Law kidnappers have been arrested Hong Kong media and news outlets have been abuzz with the topics of Kidnapping and Ransoms; so much so that the South China Morning Post is reporting a surge in requests for bodyguards and security experts amongst the city’s VIP’s.
When Ms Law was abducted from her luxury Sai Kung home on April 27th, along with almost HK$ 2,000,000 in cash and valuables, she experienced a harrowing ordeal which ended only after her father, Raymond Law Ka-Kui, paid an extortionate ransom of HK$ 28,000,000. While Ms Law stated she was “was greatly scared by the kidnapping" she also told media at a recent press conference “that neither my spirit nor my body suffered or sustained any injury because of the kidnap.”
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