Firework in Shanghai
Countries flags on the Shanghai Expo Giant Screen
Expo giant screen as well as on the floating boats.
Giant screen at Shanghai World Expo 2010
Girl's Generation 소녀시대
Monster Hunter 3 Encyclopedia
really flies. If this is farmville, I will earn 1XP just by plowing
the fallow land.
QQ's Solution to PayPal
Coach Ticket from Guangzhou to Danshui
The Tin He coach bus building in Guangzhou was big and nice with lots
What time is it?
Guangzhou Food TV Show set
Speed Test via China's 3G Network
The first picture with 540kbps/440kbps Down/Up speed was using the 3G network from Guangzhou via the USB dongle.
The second picture with 490kbps/510kbps Down/Up speed was using the 3G network from Guangzhou via the USB dongle and the Freegate. Note the IP indicate the location shown was in the US.
Experiencing Freegate, the software decided to surpass the Great Firewall of China. Freegate uses a Peer-to-Peer proxy system that gives significant better performance than traditional proxy server.
My Chinese Name on a Tissue Box
Guangzhou Starbucks WIFI Speed Test
Starbucks in Guangzhou
Rush Hour in Guangzhou
Be prepared to be pushed. The door closed very hard on me even when
people were still getting off.
A Chinese Clock
the closest lunar calendar event. There are 24 lunar events that are
related to the weather. These 24 days are more important to rural
My Uncle, an Honored War Time General
Huawei DSL box
Guangzhou McDonald's Wifi
Guangzhou Shopping Mall
Asia Sport Event in November 2010
construction and hygiene works are going on around the city.
School Uniform in Guangzhou, China
China Mobile in China
Mobile, displayed in Chinese Characters.
Western Toast at a Hong Kong Cafe
The best thing since sliced bread. This is a classic Hong Kong cafe
dish with sliced bread, honey, butter, and some thin layer of tasty
fried stuff (the golden color).
My UK Visa on my UK Passport at the UK Embassy in Hong Kong
That's right. I will be back. [2010-04-27 Bill Hung Hong Kong]
Hong Kong Internet Plan
and South Korea). A common optical fiber plan of 100Mbps cost HK$99.
There is also an IPTV service called now.com.hk. My internet package
is HK$208 with 33 channels from now.com.hk (with PC and cellphone TV
catch-up service, and it works with the PS3). Free Wifi access on all PCCW's 6000 hotspots (in
all MTR stations, phone booths, and major malls). 5-days-free 3G data
access via USB dongle, additional days for HK$10 per day.
Google Buzz Map on iPhone 3GS
Safari browser. This is pretty cool.
Where are the Linksys routers?
the Hong Kong gadget malls. Many shops simply don't carry any Linksys
routers. The market was filled with cheaper routers such as TP-Link,
D-Link, and Level One. A palm-sized TP-Link wireless router with 4 LAN ports was HK$118. I had to order a Linksys router "off the menu"
Moe Style Pearl Milk Tea
Kowloon, Hong Kong. HK$10 and it tasted alright. All menu comes with proper Chinese and Japanese names.
Posted by Bill Hung at Sunday, April 25, 2010 No comments:
iPad smuggling case 2010-04-22
imported versions are here in Hong Kong for 30-40% more than the apple
price. And people are smuggling the iPad to China too.
Posted by Bill Hung at Saturday, April 24, 2010 No comments:
Near the old Hong Kong airport
合成糖水 dessert cafe is actually located near the old Hong Kong
airport in Kowloon. Since the airport moved to its new location, tall
buildings had sprung up around here. Tall buildings were not allowed
in this area before that, and this place used to be the centre of the
Hong Kong triad and the most densely populated place on earth.
Traditional Dessert Cafe
This is one of the few traditional dessert cafe in Hong Kong. Visited
the cafe today and ordered this Red Bean and Sesame
Mochi dessert for HK$23. Address: 香港九龍城龍崗道
What's waiting for me tomorrow? Oh, yeah, the exam. *pray*
Posted by Bill Hung at Tuesday, April 20, 2010 No comments:
Monster Hunter Frontier News
Crayon Shin-chan and Hong Kong MTR
whether Crayon Shin-chan is popular in Hong Kong.
Pearl Milk Tea
Posted by Bill Hung at Friday, April 16, 2010 No comments:
Nico Video Live Webcast Polling System
In this particular session, we were asked to pick which cosplay outfit the host should wear.=]
Farmville Co-op farming
Souvenir Shin Cup
Posted by Bill Hung at Monday, April 05, 2010 No comments:
Food Court in Kowloon Hong Kong
Festival City luxury buildings located in Tai Wai, Hong Kong - the
place I grew up in. The price is around HK$7k per foot from 900 to
almost 1300 feet.
Posted by Bill Hung at Saturday, April 03, 2010 No comments:
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