Hong Kong hosted the FIA World Rallycross Championship Season Finale for the very first time last month at the Central Harbourfront Event Space. This time, our reporters interviewed some racing drivers and the audience at the scene.
How do the racing drivers normally drive on the road? Do they prefer electric cars or petrol ones? Watch the video now for their answers!
The process of developing a new drug is incredibly challenging and lengthy. Worldwide, there is limited investment in the development of drugs for rare diseases. Due to the substantial investment required, the low potential for high returns, and the extended timeline, many pharmaceutical companies are reluctant to engage in ALS drug development.
The film titled "Beyond the Clouds," which means "I was born a mountain," echoes the motto of Huaping Girls' High School, founded by magnificent female educator Zhang Guimei. This school aims to provide free high school education to underprivileged girls in remote mountainous regions.
Zhang's inspiring story has deeply touched many in China, and she has also been advocating for women's equal access to education. The highly anticipated film adaptation of her experiences, however, didn't receive the positive initial audience reviews as expected.
A Tesla car was hit by a fire extinguisher on Hillwood Road in Tsim Sha Tsui yesterday (Nov. 28).
The fire extinguisher flew into the car and then ejected out of the sunroof, and then fell to the ground and rolled to Nathan Road. According to the footage, the incident was so sudden that passers-by panicked and took shelter, but fortunately, no one was hit.
Cai Lei has now become a spiritual leader for ALS patients in China. Through his dedication, sincerity, and selfless efforts, he has made a significant contribution to the fight against ALS, a devastating disease that has afflicted humanity for 200 years.
Hong Kong actor, action director and martial artist Donnie Yen recently shot a short video to call on Hong Kong people to exercise their civic rights and vote on December 10, the District Council election day.
Cai Lei and his wife established a charity livestream where all the proceeds go towards the research and development of ALS drugs. The couple does not draw a salary, receive bonuses, or sell property and vehicles; they are fully dedicated to the mission of conquering ALS.
In this latest edition of EyE on U, we are glad to have Mr. Patrick Yeung, Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, here to share with us his insights on HK's recovery. As a seasoned business administrator, Mr Yeung has 37 years of experience in key positions within leading companies such as the Swire Group and Cathay Pacific, both in Hong Kong and abroad. His column in SkyPost covers a wide range of topics, including management, economics, and inspiring life stories.
In this latest edition of Connie Talk, we're glad to have with us Mr. Zhao Dachuan, president of the Xiamen Tea Association and general manager of Xiamen Tea Import & Export Company Ltd., to expound on the past, present and future of Chinese tea in his eyes.
Rotary International (RI) is a non-political and non-religious international service organization, which is open to all and aims to promote goodwill and peace around the world by bringing together leaders from all fields to provide humanitarian service.
As a terminal illness patient, Cai Lei continues to work 16 hours a day, dedicating a significant portion of his time to comforting fellow ALS patients and their families. Today, he has become a pillar of support for families affected by ALS.