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Hong Kong Marathon wants to ban runners from taking selfies
http://nprap.livejournal.com/2366.html It's like finding out that heaven is fake." To alleviate refugees' suffering, a small group of Hong Kong NGOs has formed what it calls the Refugee Concern Network to try and coordinate help. One of its members is Julee Allen, who manages a refugee aid center in Hong Kong's Chungking Mansions. The center provides psycho-social support for more than 300 clients. But the work, she says, is very difficult. In her first month on the job, a man suddenly broke down into tears. "He pulled up his shirt and showed me stab wounds all over his torso and started explaining what has happened in his country.
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Benjamin Hung Pi-Cheng told the Post: "The problem was http://www.savingsdaily.com/post/weight-loss-expert-tom-venuto-says-bodybuilding-is-the-true-fountain-of-youth that a number of runners were trying to take self-portrait pictures using their smartphones. What we are trying to do is to encourage people not to do that." He added: "It not only endangers themselves but endangers a lot of people running behind them." One of the victims was Joyce Cheung Ting-yan, who won the women's race after taking a fall. The CEO's appeal is surely noble. The fact that the self-obsessed need to photograph themselves, regardless of what they are doing or whom it might affect, is a terrible affliction that contemporary psychiatry needs to deal with urgently. However, Pi-Cheng's quest may be more complicated than he imagines. For, even if cell phones are banned, how many of the runners will don Samsung Galaxy Gear or some putative iWatch to achieve the same self-regarding purpose?
When she tried to pick it up, the created a massive pile-up of competitors. Among the runners who fell was the races eventual champion. For the race itself we will have officials hold some message boards to remind people not to take photos at the start, on the route or at the finish because it is dangerous,William Ko, chairman of the marathons organizing committee, told AFP on Tuesday more . The marathon wanted to ban cell phones but realized it was as impractical as taking a picture of yourself while running a race with thousands of other people. Banning selfies because of last years incident is an easy call, but it doesnt appear that the practice is too common.I just spent 30 minutes searching through thousands of pictures on the Internet for a good marathon selfie and didnt find a single one.
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Evert deGrace, Frank & Label China business development director, said this is the second year the company has been providing this space at the September Hong Kong fair. This year, possibly to accommodate approximately 100 new exhibitors, the company had its booth size cut in half. Looking at the crowd of buyers, deGrace said, We really could use the extra space. Inside the Hong Kong Convention & Expo Center. Photo credit: Anthony DeMarco The new exhibitors bring the total number of vendors at the fair at both venues to 3,633 from 48 countries. Officials from UBM Asia, which owns and operates the show, have estimated that 52,000 buyers will visit the show but from looking at the registration here. areas on opening day at HKCEC and from reports on the floor, they may have underestimated. Regardless, the number of exhibitors easily cements its place as the worlds largest fine jewelry show. Also to accommodate new exhibitors, show officials moved antique and estate dealers in the last available space in the HKCEC, which is really a foyer.
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Federal Reserve surprisingly didn't cut its stimulus programme. Gains came in robust turnover. Sino Land led local property developers up, surging nearly 6 percent. China's largest gold producer Zijin Mining surged 7.1 percent as gold prices rebounded. "The Hong Kong market will have more gains from here, but its outperformance versus other parts of Asia will be reduced in the next few months," said Erwin Sanft, Standard Chartered's head of Greater China research.