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Thursday, 23rd May 2013
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How do you call your Chinese relatives
April 15, 2013)
GAME @ Science Gallery
Here's an exhibition I've been working on since May - GAME
Nov. 27, 2012)
Interesting read about another person's view on the word "banana", well, initially in the article, but it's a good read. I have to admit though, ...
Oct. 28, 2012)
Imperial on Wicklow Streets closes - my thoughts
I was walking down Wicklow Street with my husband, my brother, his wife and their wee son last week, and I noticed that the Imperial ...
Oct. 24, 2012)
Summer's here even for a brief while
It actually got to hot sitting in one place yesterday as the sun shone while I was weeding the garden, but it is a nice ...
March 27, 2012)
Should Dublin have a Chinatown? Part II
I’ve been asked to extend my thoughts on the article about the debate about setting up a Chinatown in Dublin.
Jan. 27, 2012)
Happy New Year - it's the year 4709!
I thought Chinese New Year is the 23rd Jan 2012, but it's actually today. And it's the Lunar year, 4709.I'd like to wish everyone a ...
Jan. 22, 2012)
CNY Cantonese phrases and origami Lai See packets
Chinese New Year is coming and if you are like me, and is fretting on what to say to parents, relatives, friends, etc... here are ...
Jan. 17, 2012)
Why doesn't HKers hold doors open for others?
One thing I noticed/remember whenever I'm back in Hong Kong, locals don't hold the door open, even if you are right behind them, so glass ...
Jan. 17, 2012)
What memories do you have of this exercise book?
I remember this copy book for practising Chinese character writing.
Dec. 17, 2011)
That's how Hong Kong rolls when it comes to Christmas lights
I've always loved Hong Kong and its cityscape, the skyline is still one of the best I've seen, as long as there's no (sm/f)og, the ...
Dec. 16, 2011)
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