Sino Land's 3 specious houses
Freudian slip from page 82 of the 2015 annual report. Dictionary: specious (adjective): misleading in appearance, especially misleadingly attractive. (13-Jan-2016)
Tycoonlets appointed to Lingnan University Council
HK Gazette, 19-Oct-2012
Nikki Ng Mien Hua and Douglas Woo Chun Kuen are appointed by the Chief Executive of HK, C Y Leung. Nikki is a daughter of Robert Ng Chee Siong, Chairman of Sino Land, and Douglas is the son of Peter Woo Kwong Ching, Chairman of Wheelock. Both companies are property developers.
The paid advert opposing the blackout rule
With links to the signatories in Webb-site Who's Who. (29-Dec-2008)
Three lots sold for HK$10.15bn at land auction
HK Government, 27-Sep-2005
Note: KIL11167 and KIL11168 are the site of The Hermitage, total cost HK$5.92bn, a 50:25:25 joint venture between Sino Land, Chinese Estates and Nan Fung Development. The other site, NKIL6350, went to a 100% subsidiary of Sun Hung Kai Properties and became the Aria.
Two lots triggered for land auction
HK Government, 18-Aug-2005
The two lots eventually became The Hermitage.
Executive Director Albert Yeung Pak Hin resigns, arrested by ICAC
Company announcement, 11-Mar-2005
Breach of Listing Rules
Company announcement, 25-Jun-2004
AGM results
Company announcement, 18-Nov-2003
Sino Land voting advice
Sino Land fell out of the Hang Seng Index on 9-Jun-03, but as we had already done the paperwork, they are included in Projects Poll and Vampire. We urge investors to vote against the re-election of an INED who is also an INED of the parent, conflicting him out of advising on transactions between the two. VOTE NOW. (4-Nov-2003)

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