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  • Hang Lung's net profit totaled 5.79 billion Hong Kong dollars, or about US$743 million, compared with HK$23.56 billion in the previous fiscal year when it booked a substantial one-off cumulative revaluation gain when it switched to a different accounting standard.

    Hang Lung Profit Drops 75% as Hong Kong Tames Housing

  • Hang Lung's deals are a big bet that even if prices haven't reached a bottom, they are now at an attractive enough level to strike.

    Hang Lung Bets on China

  • Bloomberg News Hang Lung Properties 'Grand Gateway Mall development in Shanghai Hang Lung's purchases, for a total of about five billion yuan (US$733 million), come as other developers are slowly returning to the market after one of the deepest downturns in China's relatively young real-estate market.

    Hang Lung Bets on China

  • Hang Lung's latest purchases, both from local governments, include a 4.5 billion yuan deal in the northeastern city of Dalian and a 415 million yuan purchase in the eastern city of Wuxi.

    Hang Lung Bets on China

  • It's actually the second floor of a house, and it's right next door to Lung's home.

    Travel in Cambodia: November 2000 Trip: Phnom Penh and Tonle Bati

  • One of Lung's friends reaches out and grabs the old woman's hands and pulls them lower, so that the microphone is at her lips.

    Travel to Cambodia: 2005 Trip Journal - Part Two

  • We'll use it for a couple weeks, then it will be Lung's.

    Travel to Cambodia: 2005 Trip Journal - Part Five

  • They cook outside, in front of Lung's house, where the bon will be held.

    Travel in Cambodia: November 2000 Trip: Two Parties

  • Back to the quote I gave in the beginning and Lung's thinking on human rights: As a matter of fact, I am just someone who refuses to believe that human rights must not be distinguished by political position.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • My guess is that Lung was looking at a 2004, not 2006, survey by Taiwan's Commonwealth Magazine (天下), the findings of which are shown on this blog (in Chinese) and match all of Lung's cited figures and questions.

    Archive 2007-05-01

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