Tag Archives: South China Sea

Hong Kong’s Unseen Icon

By | April 22, 2005

Hong Kong is a very practical city — you’ve got to be, with everyone living on top of each other — but sometimes I wonder whether it’s also an overly conservative one. For example, the other day I was very impressed at how one restaurant, which only accepts cash, brings the change in anticipation of what bill you’ll… Read More »

Loose Wire — I Seek

By | March 12, 2002

Loose Wire — I Seek Mum, Nick and Sally By Jeremy Wagstaff from the 14 March 2002 edition of the Far Eastern Economic Review, (c) 2003, Dow Jones & Company, Inc. Communication is a funny thing. Living in Southeast Asia in the 1980s I’d type out letters in the enveloping heat, making carbon copies — confident the original… Read More »