Posts Tagged ‘books’


Thank you Langham! We love the book!

In Corporate Publishing - Books,Travel & Food,Uncategorized on July 17, 2012 by KSA Asia Tagged: , ,

A big congrats to Langham Hospitality Group’s Sherona, Floria and Fiona on a lovely book which celebrates the 147th anniversary of the Langham London. We enjoyed the read – as well as the modern fonts and sleek illustrations! Great job to the team and what a fun way to celebrate tradition with a modern twist. KSA raises a cup of ‘afternoon tea’ to you!

Did you know that the Langham London was the first grand hotel in history to serve afternoon tea?



Another Legco Visit — oooohs and ahhhhs….

In Uncategorized on August 29, 2011 by KSA Asia Tagged: , ,

Anticipating a mammoth move into their purpose built complex at Tamar, Legco is ready for the challenge. But this does not stop KSA Asia from yet another nostalgic visit to the former Supreme Court building.

Today, we had the privilege to chat with Julie Chan – who kindly spoke to us about her 13 years on the job as senior security assistant. We then were lead around on her own tour of the building.

More than that, we extend a warm KSA thank you to the many dedicated folks in Legco who have shared with us with their past experiences, continuing passion and future expectations.

It is not a farewell, but a hello to the new, united and modern Tamar Complex.


HK Doyen – David Akers-Jones

In Corporate Publishing - Books,Interview,Uncategorized on June 1, 2011 by KSA Asia Tagged: , ,

Another day in the life of KSA – we visited Hong Kong doyen, Sir David Akers-Jones to speak about his thoughts on Hong Kong history, transportation, New Territories, heritage, the civil service and of course – his views on the future of what is to come!

A grand visit with an old friend — great opinions, fantastical insights and colourful recounts of an ever evolving Hong Kong.

KSA with HK Doyen, Sir David Akers-Jones who remembers a 'grey' HK with a landscape of low-rises when he first arrived in the 50's.... "The smell of the Star Ferry is still the same today."