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  1. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-48572130 didn't want to create a new thread so lump it up here. BBC article did embedded a video of the scuffle happened at the end March.
  2. RIP 😥 i think she was one of the most beautiful HK actress last time
  3. The recent Typhoon Hato in Hong Kong and Macau was a disaster. This video captures a man trying to save his lorry from topping over, but get killed when it falls over him. (Warning Gross) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcOjpvQSatE
  4. a tribute clip to mark the rise and fall of Hong Kong movies very well edited and nostalgic think i have watched all these movies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cgi-T8KQ4X8
  5. Jman888

    RIP 顧嘉輝

    音樂才子顧嘉輝 pass away at 92 yrs old, consider long live liao. https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/ch/component/k2/1682445-20230104.htm
  6. Anyone spotted the local HK minibus look alike? Spyshot taken by my friend. https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/stories-behind-suzuki-every-hongkong-minibus-2051701 Chiobu chio or not? It says "driver" across her chest. Pls dont think dirty.
  7. Disney, ocean park and timsum is possible this year!!😂 https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/hong-kong-air-travel-bubble-covid-19-flights-singapore-13513966?cid=FBcna&fbclid=IwAR3wBSd7rjUjLLp_u-BbpkD782Pn8z4Wt4X30TijBjJbEV8EV78SKs5ZsRs
  8. https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/society/article/3182426/hong-kongs-iconic-jumbo-floating-restaurant-capsizes-south Hong Kong’s iconic Jumbo Floating Restaurant has capsized in the South China Sea, following its departure last Tuesday for a new home in an unannounced place, its owner has confirmed. In a statement on Monday, the Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises said: “On Saturday afternoon, it was passing Xisha Islands [Paracel Islands] in the South China Sea when the vessel encountered adverse conditions … [water entered the vessel] before it began to tip. “Despite the efforts of the towing company responsible for the trip to rescue the vessel, unfortunately it capsized on Sunday.” “The water depth at the scene is over 1,000 metres, making it extremely difficult to carry out salvage works,” it said, adding that it was “very saddened” by the incident and was seeking further information from the towing company. Tragic! End of an era for an icon and symbol of Hong Kong. It was never going to end well with the kinda condition it was in. Kitchen barge started sinking on 1st June after its announcement to depart Hong Kong. Singaporeans will say "Huat ah! Can claim insurance liao!"
  9. https://hongkongfp.com/2022/06/10/breaking-shooting-in-hong-kongs-central-district-leaves-3-injured/
  10. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/asia/hong-kong-orders-hamster-cull-after-covid-19-hits-pets-2442871 The outbreak of Delta variant cases in humans linked to the shop worker prompted tests on hundreds of animals, with 11 hamsters showing up positive. That has brought a pet rodent clampdown on Chinese-ruled Hong Kong, which is following the mainland's zero-tolerance approach to COVID-19 even as much of the world shifts to living with it. The territory's Health Secretary Sophia Chan stressed at a news conference that there was no evidence domestic animals can pass the disease to humans, but authorities were anyway acting out of caution to ban imports and sales of pet rodents. Still living in the shadows of COVID-19, are we? Maybe we should start culling humans since we are the ones transmitting the virus. RIP my furry friends! Insert two cute hamsters below. ☹️
  11. https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/transport/fully-vaccinated-travellers-can-travel-to-germany-and-back-without-serving-shn Fully vaccinated Singapore residents can travel to Germany and back without having to serve stay-home notices (SHN) from Sept 8. They will instead have to undergo four Covid-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests, including one to be taken before the flight. It will be the first time residents can go for quarantine-free leisure travel since the Republic shuts its borders in March last year. The development comes after Singapore on Thursday (Aug 19) announced a new scheme in which it unilaterally opens it borders to vaccinated travellers from selected countries, starting with Germany and Brunei. With Germany already unilaterally opening its border to Singapore, those travelling on designated flights from Singapore will be able to fly to Germany and return without having to be quarantined. They will instead be subject to several Covid-19 tests and a short period of self-isolation, replacing quarantine requirements. TRAVEL AT YOUR OWN RISK.
  12. We’re no strangers to street racing here in the United States. It’s an unfortunate eventuality of those wanting to live the Fast and Furious fantasy in the real world. However, no area is suffering from the dangerous past time more than Hong Kong, where 45 vehicles were recently intercepted on multiple reports of suspected street racing and illegal modification. Instead of moving the vehicles to an impound lot, the local authorities opted to simply block off a busy thoroughfare and park them there. We can’t be certain whether it was a flex to send a message – or simply the lack of a proportionately sized parking lot – but images of the fleet have blown up the internet. It’s a tremendous sight to see, but we’d be remiss not to mention the reasoning behind this automotive spectacle. Unfortunately, as is often the case, many residents living near the expressway had complained about the excessive noise being emitted by these luxurious and sporty vehicles. While some might just dismiss this as petty tenants who can’t afford opulent supercars, this is a different story altogether. To the uninitiated, the South China Morning Post reported that calls about street racing-related events rose by 40 percent in the first 11 months of 2020 – adding up to a total of 139 calls. Additionally, officers issued 222,905 fixed-penalty tickets and summons for speeding offenses in that same time period. Opinions aside, street racing is a very important issue that’s been addressed in very different ways around the world. Here in the states, we have a range of programs promoting uber-cheap run-what-you’ve-brung events at the drag strip. Regardless, it takes nothing away from the spectacle of over 40 cars being pulled over on a public highway. Source: https://www.motor1.com/news/490408/hong-kong-police-intercept-racing/
  13. Some gossip news for 2020..This is why we cant have nice things... He was nice to pose for a photo with a fan though not looking his polished best but instead gets shamed for his "aged" looks...
  14. At hotel lobby taking to lobby staff Me: Hi could you please recommend a good dimsum restaurant? Lady: Yes very good restaurant Me: Yea yes I like very good restaurant Lady: ok out of the hotel turn left one block down very good restaurant Me: ok thanks so name of restaurant please Lady: oh it’s very good restaurant you can’t miss Getting agitated by now Me: Yes its a very good restaurant but I need to know the name of the restaurant can you please tell me the name of the restaurant? I arrived at the restaurant finally :oops:
  15. What would you do if money started falling from the sky? People walking along Fuk Wa Street in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong, witnessed the baffling sight of banknotes floating down from above on Saturday afternoon (Dec 15). Videos posted online suggest that the notes were thrown from the roof of a building, fluttering through the air before landing on the busy street below. Passers-by can be seen eagerly grabbing the notes, with some climbing on to the roof of the subway exit to pick up the banknotes. Photos on social media show that the notes were of the HK$100 (SG$17.60) denomination. One Facebook user appeared to have picked up at least six notes. Police were called to the scene after receiving reports of someone distributing money at Fuk Wa Street, and told people not to pick up the money, said South China Morning Post (SCMP). Officers collected around HK$5,000, according to the report. A live video on the Facebook page of Epoch Cryptocurrency that began at 2.42pm showed a man dressed in a black hoodie saying in Cantonese: "I hope everyone here will pay attention to this important event… (I) don't know whether any of you will believe money can fall from the sky." The man is believed to be the owner of Epoch Cryptocurrency, a Facebook page that promotes cryptocurrency. The man is widely known online as "Coin Young Master" and his real name is Wong Ching-kit, reported SCMP. Bowen Press said that the 24-year-old man refuted claims that he was behind the incident when interviewed at his home. However, Agence France-Presse (AFP) later reported that he was arrested on Sunday for causing disorder in a public place, after he drove back to the neighbourhood in his Lamborghini. Wong had said in a Facebook post that he wanted to “help the poor by robbing the rich”.
  16. many such accidents happen when driver never pull their handbrake, not the first time and happen in many countries.
  17. so many HK celebrities pass away in a week.
  18. Hong Kong’s MTR trains disrupted for 6 hours, morning commute thrown into chaos Mass Transit Railway (MTR) train services in Hong Kong were disrupted for six hours during peak hour on Tuesday morning (Oct. 16) due to a signalling fault, throwing the morning commute for millions into chaos. The disruption was said to be “unprecedented” as three lines broke down at the same time. They were the Island, Tsuen Wan and Kwon Tong lines. The signalling fault was first reported at around 5.30am. But at 10.18 am, a fourth line — the Tseung Kwan O line — was also affected. Commuters were told to take other forms of public transport instead. For those who were already inside the stations at the lobbies, they proceeded to the platform in 10-minute intervals. But for some who could not wait any longer, they chose to jump over the railings and leave the stations instead. Train services started to resume at around 11.45am. After the breakdown, operating staff had to drive the trains manually. As a result of the manual operation, trains ran at a slower speed — 23km/h instead of the usual 60km/h. Best in the worldHong Kong’s MTR has been acknowledged as the best in the world. Well-known vlogger NAS Daily even did a video on the MTR, calling it the “World’s Best Metro”. He also cited the HK$1 million fine MTR has to pay if a train is late for more than 30 minutes as the reason why trains are on time for 99.9 per cent of the time in the city. I think Nas Daily is a jinx.
  19. It's been a hectic 2017 , some had enjoyed much , some wished 2018 the new year would be better ! A short trip is indeed a refreshment to perk up your drive for the many days ahead. Hong Kong , a bustling city of people , culture , modernization with an intense blend of the old . A walk down the streets of Hong Kong is never dull albeit the old houses . Enjoy the walk of life through Hong Kong as I filmed the transition of Hong Kong from 2017 to it's new year 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XETBVO7t48 Totally low powered after editing this film, which took 5 days of sightseeing and walking filming the scenes whenever I had the chance. As I took into my shock , I had more than 30 Gigabyte of 4K footage to edit and process. But it was pretty much satisfying to produce this short film as a remembrance for myself and my family to look back in the future. It is all memories. The new year also allows me to inject some spices into my old mediocre style of film production and I departed from my usual in this first 2018 new short film. Hope you ladies and gentlemen will enjoy !
  20. Hey guys, I am going to Hong Kong this coming December and i wanna go and eat till drop as i foresee that winter nothing to buy. Any recommendation? I know the standard ones like Tim Ho Wan and Xu Liu Shan. . . Come contribute to the list!
  21. some time better keep the opinion to yourself, especially regarding politic of other people.
  22. My friend just complained, why always riot when he wants to go to the country for a holiday! First Thailand red and yellow. Now Hong Kong student riot. Anyone as sway as my friend?
  23. actually there are many McRefugee around the world, even in singapore.
  24. One of the most interesting things we did for our recent Hong Kong trip was to join the queue at Jenny Bakery (Tsim Sha Tsui) branch, for the famous cookies. We stayed at a nearby hotel (Hotel Panorama), so the bakery was about a 5 minute walk away. After checking in at our hotel, we went out for a walk. Made our way to the bakery and we were confronted with this line. Seeing is believing. And the weather was really hot! They were standing in the sun. Went inside to check out the store. This place accepts cash only. Be prepared to know exactly what to order. The staff will rush you, understandably so because there is a non-stop line! We returned to the place later in the evening and managed to buy some cookies. Here is our experience. Were the cookies good? Yes, very. Kids loved it. Adults loved it. We bought a few small tins back to give friends and they really loved it. Would we buy again? Yes, but we will go close to closing time, when the line is much shorter and at least you don't have to wait in the sun. It was really hot earlier in the day, and you could see the people in the queue were rather uncomfortable!
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