28 degrees celsius today
Oh, I broke my iPhone. No more micro-blogging. May peace return to Google Buzz.
Chiba, Japan mayor candidate Speech
Posted by Bill Hung at Tuesday, February 23, 2010 No comments:
Chinese Medicine in Hong Kong
martial art, feng shui, and Chinese medicine. Here is one Chinese
medicine place Bill recommends. 姚述貴, Registered Chinese doctor
at Wa street, Kowloon, Hong Kong. If you have chronic illness that's
hard to get rid of, give Chinese medicine a go.
Feng Shui iPhone App
Art, Feng Shui, and Chinese Medicine. Here's a Feng Shui iPhone App
featured in a glossy magazine.
Sony 3D TV
Milan Station in Hong Kong
after Milan in Italy (Yes, Pier)
Directions in Hong Kong
posts like this everywhere showing you where to shop in this shopping
Hong Kong Subway Info Service
You can access many sites with these computers. Perfect for
looking up travel information on the go.
Geeky stuff in Hong Kong
mangas, magazines, pillow cases, and the H version of all of the above.
Kowloon Hong Kong Budget Hotel
you some rather high end hotel in Kowloon.
Posted by Bill Hung at Sunday, February 21, 2010 No comments:
Pork Okonomiyagi in Hong Kong
Japanese Curry Rice
labelled in Japanese, English, and Chinese
Chi-Ling Lin billboard
Hotdog in Hong Kong
Chinese Chess Challenge (similar to Shogi)
Shops in Hong Kong
have Sauna, mahjong, Ginza girl + bath house, night club, and karaoke
Hong Kong is a financial city
Laser hair removal
removal for men. Remove all types of hair found on men.
Night life in Hong Kong
this place has 2 ladies night. Free for ladies, HK$160 for gents (around 13.3 pounds).
Osim Massage Chair
Can't wait to go to some human (non-dodgy) massage parlors.
My bed this week
TV setup at my parent's place
channels from China, 17 channels. And for some reason, the TV only
supports Bahasa and Malayu. And no, I don't speak Malayu, but I am
still a Peranakan.
Gadget box shop
Capsule City in Hong King
Rice ball - Taiwanese style
Under HK$20. Very warm in this cold winter.
New buildings near the place I grew up
Café World 1st look
Red Packets 2010
days). All these red packets have money in them =D. A great time of
the year to be Chinese. When was the last time I celebrated Chinese
New Year in Hong Kong/China? Probably 10 years ago.
Cousin's Farm on Facebook
Coldest day this winter
according to the news. At 8.5 degree celsius. When I arrived couple
days ago, it was around 20 degrees. This is my first day actually being in Hong Kong. My CNY vacation in China was over. Got tons of video footages, will edit and upload soon.
China's solution to online music store
QQ International Version
In terms of functions, QQ beats MSN. The best function I like is screenshot button, paste picture to conversation text box function, and the ability to buy virtual items using QQ money. The QQ site had a logo of the 2010 World Expo (=万博=世博) in Shanghai. (The English QQ is based on the 2009 version of QQ, according to my friend)
China's solution to eBay
PaiPai, the e-auction linked from QQ (the most popular Instant Messenger in China)
Windows 7 before launch
Just got my Windows 7 today. Windows 7 is going to be free until 2010 March. Going to test it out. This version of windows is getting a lot of positive comments.
Posted by Bill Hung at Monday, February 15, 2010 No comments:
QQ Music Player
China's solution to e-banking
Cousin Tin's Farm on QQ
虎虎生威, as seen on the sign in the screenshot. Originally roughly means Tiger makes you respectable. But this can also mean Tiger produces Wai (part my Chinese name, 威, as in いげん)
My cousin introduced me to the chinese version of facebook and farmville. They are basically a Chinese version of the western one.
公安(Chinese cops) on duty at the exit gate of the immigration
building. Yes, immigration control between China and Hong Kong.
Health Declaration Form
TV in Hong Kong trains
Valentine's day tradition in Japan
girls give herbivore men underwears instead. I want some. =D
Tempo the tissue
Kong are afraid of germs. People bring tissues everywhere. And unlike
Japan, tissue are not free and they don't come with adverts. Tempo is
the rather more expensive high-end (better) tissue.
A common Chinese tea Pu-li
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