Monthly Archives: May 2011

Mobile Phone Madness

If I could point the finger at one aspect of Hong Kong that has haunted my time here I’d point it right at the back of this guy’s head. I’d single him out as the epitome of everything that sucks … Continue reading

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Let’s get physical Hong Kong!

Let’s Get Physical…Hong Kong! While you might get away with labeling the millions of Hong Kong people who eat 3 square take-away meals a day as being lazy or of being shamefully incapable of lifting a finger in the name … Continue reading

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Dead Bikes

The slow death of forgotten bikes…

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Shark Fin Soup

I don’t really have any comment…apart from…that’s a lot of sharks. Even if sharks were born with 50 fins each…that’s still a lot of sharks.

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Hong Kong Dog Obedience

Lots of concrete in Hong Kong…not to worry…still got to walk your dog. If the puddle’s yellow though…better tell your kids not to splash in it.

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12hr Hong Kong Noise Baffle

This is 12 hours of white noise plus 1 minute fade in and out. Ideal for looped play when anywhere near Hong Kong. It won’t protect you from all of the many, many…many mega disgraceful noise ‘issues’…but it can deaden … Continue reading

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You don’t make friends with salad 2

More meat than you can heft a cleaver at! Go back to Russia!

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Hong Kong Education Sucks

Take this guy’s word for it…it sucks! . Update 18th July, 2011: It’s summer holidays all around Hong Kong right now…but you wouldn’t know it. Thousands and thousands of students and teachers are participating merrily in summer catch up classes, … Continue reading

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Shortest escalator in the world?

Well…it’s the shortest one I’ve seen. It’s underground somewhere near the Cultural Center/ Space Museum area. It’s about 6 or 7 steps. I don’t really get it, but I’m sure there’s a reasonable explanation. Maybe they had extra escalator material … Continue reading

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Cheung Chau Bloodbath

I’ll prefix everything by saying that I attended the Cheung Chau Bloodbath on a public holiday…so I suppose it was always going to be a suicide mission. I’d heard a lot about Cheung Chau and finally decided to go and … Continue reading

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