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High in protein food

Someone found a bug in their pasta. That reminded me of the time I found a cockroach leg whilst drinking my last sips of coke... Anyway, the bugs were all dead though, but it was sickening. It was packaged in Mainland China, and then distributed from HK. With all the talk of fake food this and fake food that from Mainland China, now I have to check the packaging to see where the stuff was packed . Creepy...

If that doesn't make you squirm, a clip of Bear Grylls eating a Rhino Beetle Larvae might have done the trick, but i...Read more

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Why 90% of all the Cantonese singers can't sing!

That's right 90%. Calvin Wongs latest blog inspired me to post this today, if you have some spare time I recommend you visit his blog. If you have read it, this is just some further insight of the problems we face in Cantonese music today.

I created a group on facebook called 'Help! 90% of all the Cantonese singers can't sing!' about a year ago, this is some of the observations I made during that time.


In the very beginning this group wa...Read more

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Note for my European friends: Chinese dinner etiquette

Chinese dinner etiquette is not just nice to know, it's a must-know. It's like someone not knowing how to use a knife and fork in a restaurant and making a fool of oneself.

It's not that hard to explain to people how important it is when eating with chopsticks, and to most non-Asians who want to get into the chopstick, may find it a bit frustrating if they don't know how to use them. It was Asians who were thought to be barbarians for not knowing how to use the knife and fork by t...Read more

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The  3G

If you brought one, it is non refundable.

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Two years after Kubrick's death, Jon Ronson was invited to the director's estate to explore the hundreds of boxes the legendary film director had collected during his decades at Childwick Manor in Hertfordshire. He's been returning ever since, and the story of Kubrick and the archive, now housed at University of the Arts London, is revealed in this fascinating documentary.Ronson asks: is it possible to get to understand such a man and his extraordinary working methods by looking through the hundreds...Read more

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Lets play..name that Crab...

I made a short crab comic strip a while back, I wonder if I should revive him?

Come to think of it... I didn't gi...Read more

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Seriously now...

I was racking my head to remember strange things I came across in HK. The one thing that hit me was the first day I arrived ,after getting off the airport bus to meet someone, I see a couple walking their dog, and the dog had boots on all four paws. I know they are obsessed with dogs, but that was so weird, my friend was commenting on how they could get the boots on the dog's paws in the first place. She t...Read more

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出爐 2008大專藝術畢業生群展 New Trend 2008

Event Info藝術展覽 Art ExhibitionArts - Exhibition Time and Place Start - Saturday, July 26, 2008 at 5:00pm

End - Sunday, August 17, 2008 at 6:00pm

Location 藝術公社 Art Commune

Street - 香港九龍土瓜環馬頭角道63號牛棚藝術村12號單位

Contact Info 85221043322

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Food savings (trying to anyway)

I swear, the prices of food is sky-rocketing, and it's hurting our pockets big time. Maybe some common sense might help me whilst shopping instead of convenience. I also did not know that many Hong Kong's eateries will be out of business due to the food crisis over there. I take HK as an example just from talking to my mum over the phone during the weekend. It's an example of a country that is reliant on imports of everything, the rising value of the Chinese currency compared to the HK Dollar, it's really hurti...Read more

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You know you are in Hong Kong when...

You get into a crowded lift and smell mothballs everywhere.

People opening doors for themselves and let it close in your face instead of holding it open.

You get followed and pestered by store staff with patronising English “Welcome to [insert store name], how may we help you, sir/missy?” and smirking.

Wondering where all those pesky store staff disappeared to when you really want one.

All people who eat fast food are skinny according to their ads (KFC, Mc Donald’s)...Read more

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Languages Spoken
english, cantonese, mandarin
Location (City, Country)
Hong Kong
Member Since
July 1, 2008