Tag Archives: SACHIN TENDULKAR

IS CRICKET HONG KONG BEING HONG KONG ENOUGH?

By Hans Ebert (Courtesy of Fast Track) Some of us learned to play cricket in our backyards. Some of us had to make do with a plank of wood for a bat and bowled with a ball made of socks … Continue reading

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THE ROLE OF JOCKEYS IN THE MARKETING OF HORSE RACING

Watching Joao Moreira, Zac Purton, Douglas Whyte and others inter-acting with racing fans lined up along the rails at Happy Valley Racecourse as they jog their horses back to the winner’s circle, brings home the point that these jockeys- and … Continue reading

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THE “EVERYTHING MUST CHANGE” ISSUE [THE REAL ONE]

What’s left of the so-called music industry heads to pilgrimages all around the world to attend music conferences. Why? Probably to take comfort in the pontificating of like-minded people who refuse to see the forest for the trees even when … Continue reading

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