HIGH TEA

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - NATION | DIGEST - PARKER ZHENG

PHOTO BY / CHINA DAILY Ms Mok pours tea into a pot dur­ing the In­ter­na­tional Kam Cha Com­pe­ti­tion 2013 at the Food Expo 2013 on Fri­day. Mok was crowned cham­pion of the tea-mak­ing com­pe­ti­tion. The Expo, held at the Hong Kong Con­ven­tion and Ex­hi­bi­tion Cen­tre, opens to vis­i­tors un­til Mon­day. his swim­ming gog­gles. Such sprays of­ten con­tain al­co­hol and sur­fac­tant, but their pack­ag­ing lacks warn­ings. Users should al­low time for the spray to dry out be­fore wear­ing the gog­gles and wash their eyes with run­ning wa­ter if the spray got into their eyes, Pong said. China Re­sources Land Ltd, the sec­ond-largest main­land prop­erty com­pany traded in Hong Kong, fell 3.4 per­cent amid spec­u­la­tion the govern­ment will main­tain prop­erty curbs. The Hang Seng In­dex slid 0.1 per­cent to close at 22,517.81, with three stocks fall­ing for ev­ery two that gained. The in­dex rose 3.3 per­cent for the week, the best per­for­mance among de­vel­oped mar­kets. The Hang Seng China En­ter­prises In­dex of main­land com­pa­nies climbed 0.1 per­cent to close at 10,220.20.

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