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    What Did You Makan Today PT 6

    Lunch earlier this week.
  2. This guy reminds me of Stephen chow in the movies. Shout "charge!!" then quickly run around corner to hide lol. ☺️
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    What Did You Makan Today PT 6

    Dinner before going to my girls school mid autumn festival celebration.
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    Haze Updates 2018 / 2019

    well i taught my primary one girl that they are burning the forests in indonesia.
  5. Very "smart" guy. 20 IQ points higher than the other Legco stormers. Unmask himself. Double quick-time leave HK in fear of being persecuted. Now doing political major at university in washington. No doubt will seek political asylum and never return back. Now that's a true Hongkonger. TWO THUMBS UP! https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/politics/article/3029612/unmasked-hong-kong-protester-says-us-we-want-full-democracy?utm_content=article&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR3684lI2DLB-x0OcnJqEkUbP3EmI0y7q7jObhM34c3AsRhhG2O_n2memZY#Echobox=1568959977
  6. It's probably being going on for many years already. Funeral is like wedding, lots of small angbaos here and there to show appreciation.
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    Signs of a stroke

    Think this is quite a poorly written article lol. I will list some presentations that maybe less obvious signs of stroke. Of course, there maybe different causes of the presentations below which are not related to stroke Obvious 1. Numbness/weakness of 1 side of body 2. Slurred speech 3. Drooping Face 4. Fainting (cannot rouse patient or persistently drowsy afterwards) Not so obvious (especially for elderly) 1. Suddenly unable to do simple things like dress yourself, write words 2. Elderly begin to fall frequently at home with balance problems 3. Persistent unusual giddiness/headache 4. Temporary loss of vision in one eye 5. Sudden confusion for elderly
  8. Work/business will still go on mah. HK is still a financial hub. It's just a short flight or train ride away after all.
  9. Worth the read. https://www.scmp.com/comment/opinion/article/3028079/mired-protests-hong-kong-should-brace-itself-takeover-mainland?utm_content=article&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR2au32eCFO35z0Ia11KIXdy4MVe_e3Q6OpkAqQ4Sr1jOJFolEHbZdFEamM#Echobox=1568942266
  10. Yay. https://www.scmp.com/week-asia/economics/article/3027939/where-are-chinese-tourists-going-if-theyre-giving-protest-hit?utm_content=article&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1568853777
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    Amazing Huawei Mate 30 - Its Coming Soon

    Actually what is the core difference between mate and P series for HW? At least for samsung, even though S series screen been getting larger, the S-pen feature has always been for Note series.
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    Another doctor in trouble

    yeah drains are quite commonly placed after certain surgeries.
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    Another doctor in trouble

    Depends on patient. But also surgical technique is important. Some people are just better surgeons than their peers. Just like saying these group of players are premier league standard. But even within premier league standard, got significant difference in skill. The good surgeons are really quite obsessed with improving every facet of their surgery. Time under tourniquet, blood loss, small alignment differences all matter.
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    Another doctor in trouble

    Hmm maybe there is. My memories from 14 years ago. I only see the patients after they are discharged from hospital
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    What Did You Makan Today PT 6

    Issit nice? the coffeeshop near police station or near the paint store.
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