You have searched for "South China"
Showing 201-210 of 220
Former Olympian Neil Pryde got more than he bargained for when he sailed his 46-foot I>Hi-Fidelity /I>yacht straight into a fisherman' net south of Penang in the second leg of the Raja Muda International Regatta yesterday.
A row erupted over Manchester United's money-spinning Asian tour yesterday when the head of the Hong Kong supporters club called for next summer's visit to be cancelled.
If Public Bank manager Razak Dali had his way, his players would be swimming across the South China Sea instead of taking a flight back home from Kuching. That's how sore the manager is over his team's 6-0 humiliation at the hands of Sarawak in a Group C Malaysia Cup match at the Sarawak Stadium in Kuching on Friday.
From territorial claims, to war atrocities and outrage over sex orgies, tensions between China and Japan are never far from bubbling to the surface.
Hong Kong's only legal bookmaker says it will struggle to compete with unauthorised bookies during the Euro 2004 football tournament because of the time difference between host nation Portugal and the Chinese territory, a newspaper reported Saturday.
Club side Public Bank will remember their first trip across the South China Sea for a competitive match for a long, long time and for many reasons, especially when their 2-1 win over Sarawak at the Sarawak Stadium in Kuching on Saturday night, gave them pole position in the eight-team Super League.