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Halloween in Hong Kong 萬聖節與萬鬼節

Halloween in Hong Kong 萬聖節與萬鬼節 So let me explain the illustrations first. When you want to get inside Lan Kwai Fong at Halloween’s eve, you have to queue up in a choppy (不斷改變方向的)and zigzag (之字形)line for 5 turns. The upper … Continue reading

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A dimming Christmas

A Dimming Christmas Harbor City Hutchison Whampoa Buidling Wanchai North I have just uploaded the Christmas lightings onto my space, please enter into album (17), but regret to tell everyone that this year, owing to the global financial tsunami; we are … Continue reading

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Ching Ming Festival

Ching Ming Festival   Please enter for the scrolling and music edition of this masterpiece of the Ching Ming time, that’s the time of clear and bright. (Taipei National Palace Musuem version) Manual scrolling version (without music) The Qing Ming … Continue reading

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New Year in Hong Kong

New Year in Hong Kong Do you still remember what the day of January 1 is in memory of ? I should have talked this to most of the intern students, but still some missing due to practical reason of … Continue reading

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Christmas in Hong Kong

Christmas in Hong Kong   Which festival is the most important one in Hong Kong, the answer should be divided into two phrases: — for youngster definitely is the Christmas, but for children and grown up people, it’s the Lunar New … Continue reading

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