Monthly Archives: September 2007

Allons enfants de la Patrie!

Allons enfants de la Patrie! The Chinese National Day is coming, and why does it link with the above French word ? Those who can understand the French language should surely know that where does it come from. It’s from … Continue reading

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Can Virus Talk to People ?

Virus can talk to People !!! Is it horrible or interesting that the computer can talk to people? Actually it’s the virus talking. Recently, there had been a MSN virus affecting a lot of users. There is a movie depicting … Continue reading

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The Goddess of Justice

The Goddess of Justice 正义女神   The Goddess of Justice was erected in 1910, do you still remember how to recognize those Roman figures MDCCCCX ? M = 1,000 D =  500 C =  100 C =  100 C =  … Continue reading

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The High Court

The High Court This is the genuine high court of Hong Kong, quite different from that of what you have seen in the TV or drama. Where’s the Goddess of Justice ? Its not here, it’s in the old High … Continue reading

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The Philatec Centre

  The Philatec Centre   What is this ? Where is this ? Most of the intern students can not answer the above questions, because I haven’t led you over there. This is the Philatec Centre, it’s the first time … Continue reading

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My 38th Blood Donation

Blood Donation Records 孔曰成仁,孟曰取义,惟其义尽,所以仁至。 读圣贤书,所学何事? 而今而后,庶几无愧。 My 38th blood donation has been done yesterday. Originally it should be done on Wednesday, but that day I was in the HKUST, and after coming out, the office hours has gone, so it … Continue reading

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HKUST

HKUST Sandy Beach This is not Repulse Bay, or what you called Shadow Water Bay. Its a univeristy in Hong Kong know as the HKUST. Talking about the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), some mainlander would be … Continue reading

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