Category Archives: Hong Kong

Chinese Mainlander shitting on the street in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

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iPhone 4S comes out in HK

From South China Morning Post: Things got ugly outside the Apple Store in Central yesterday when, according to witnesses, professional queuers forced their way to the front of the line for Friday’s release of the newest iPhone. About 15 people … Continue reading

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Quote of the day 53

‘There is no time difference between Shanghai and Hong Kong.’ –     Part of the announcement on the Dragonair flights to HK. (Priceless, try something like 50 years hehe)

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Zhuhai smooths the waters for owners of luxury yachts

From South China Morning Post: Coastal city aims to become regional hub for pleasure boats Fiona Tam and Ng Kang-chung Updated on Oct 30, 2010 Luxury yacht owners, Zhuhai welcomes you.Hong Kong and Macau yachts will be able to sail … Continue reading

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Beijing clears US warship to visit HK, but ties still tense

SCMP.com – Beijing clears US warship to visit HK, but ties still tense via SCMP.com – Beijing clears US warship to visit HK, but ties still tense.

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Chief justice stresses need for independent judiciary

SCMP.com – Chief justice stresses need for independent judiciary via SCMP.com – Chief justice stresses need for independent judiciary.

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Hong Kong kisses Pekings arse

In line with the tactics of the Peking regime, also in Hong Kong we see more and more harassment of activists and NGO’s. There are increasing numbers of cases where police is trying to intimidate those who oppose the new … Continue reading

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Calls for bluefin tuna boycott in Hong Kong

From South China Morning Post this for Hong Kong rather typical story. Sashimi lovers are urged not to dine on bluefin tuna after a Hong Kong sushi restaurant chain again won the most expensive fish at an auction in Japan … Continue reading

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Lamma Island’s boulders now in concrete and paint.

From the South China Morning Post of today. A typical Hong Kong solution for something that isn’t a problem. Instead of being happy and proud about the beautiful nature on the outlying islands, some dimwit with nothing better to do … Continue reading

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Zetland Hall, Hong Kong

The history of Zetland Hall. The first Masonic Hall in Hong Kong was built in 1846 by The Zetland Lodge No. 525, English Constitution and was named Zetland Hall in honour of the Lodge that built it. The Zetland Lodge … Continue reading

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Who moved my cheese?

Seen in Hong Kong.

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Crisis, what crisis?

Reading the media, it seems we are in a serious economical crisis. Not in Hong Kong though, where investment in the stock market horse racing reached new highs. This article is from the South China Morning Post. Top-quality day at … Continue reading

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How to profit in China

Being half a year into my new job now, I have been able to do something about at least the most blatant corruption practices in the company I took over. There is more, I know it’s there. I just need … Continue reading

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A change comes over Hong Kong

Loretta Tofani is a former Inquirer reporter writing a series of articles on factory workers in China with a grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. The articles will be published in The Inquirer. From her is the following … Continue reading

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Lamma Island

Every now and then I am traveling to Hong Kong. I have to see my eye doctor regularly, I still do all my banking there, and it’s a great place to shop. Besides I have some good friends there, and … Continue reading

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