Friday, September 9, 2011


Finally Blogger has released the official Blogger App for iOS!

Thursday, April 28, 2011

An Overweight Tale

No Running this time?

Yes, you are not mistaken, this post contains Chinese and I used my beloved iPhone to write every single word as well. I am proud of myself and I think I do deserve a star sticker right? :) It was inspired by an incident inside the MTR and by someone who made me smile a lot recently. What I did here is to translate the Chinese I wrote into English so this will be my first ever bi-lingual post. (Rita, are you going to call me a copycat? HAHA) Not directly on the topic of food but somewhat related in my opinion.

Friday, January 21, 2011


Result of Shopping Spree?

Result of Shopping Spree?

Thursday, January 20, 2011


Royal No More

The police in Hong Kong used to be called the Royal Hong Kong Police, but since 1997 (July 1), the Royal reference has been taken off as shown here in the once-taped Chinese words of Royal (皇家).

Wednesday, January 19, 2011


Rotten Plate

Central Police Station 中區警署

Sunday, November 21, 2010





Friday, October 22, 2010

Relax My Friend!

Hong Kong  MTR experienced an unanticipated accident (accident is always unexpected / unanticipated for those who actually wonder on that!) whereby one of the power cables was loosen between two major stations during morning rush hour. It caused great inconvenience to many passengers and arranged shuttle to transport strained passengers to the nearest functional station (which is actually 10 mins by foot). Many passengers were furious about the accident (or more accurately on MTR) for many reasons such as (1) late for work, (2) strained in the station for 15 mins??,  (3) unable to get on shuttle to the next station which is mere 10 mins by foot or  (4) MTR should have notified them earlier.

Wake up and relax my friends! They called it an accident for a reason! Accident happens, stop blaming or complaining and get on with it! Your yelling will not help the matter by a single bit! Although MTR is a semi-public company, I seriously doubt they want such accident to happen right? I noticed that more people nowadays like to blame or complain for the sake of doing so to make themselves feel better to feel "just?"

Is it true that ... "Our culture peculiarly honors the act of blaming, which it takes as the sign of virtue and intellect." --- Lionel Trilling ... ?

Sunday, October 3, 2010

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