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Is Samuel Bickett’s case related to National Security Law for Hong Kong SAR? NO!

US lawyer's case is not related to the National Security Law for Hong Kong SAR

Samuel Bickett’s case isn’t related to Hong Kong National Security Law American lawyer Samuel Bickett’s conviction for attacking an off-duty police officer in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay MTR Station has become a hot issue on internet due to the tweets of Samuel, reports of Western press and comments of netizens.   Expats in Hong Kong should…

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Layover travelers shouldn’t just stay at Hong Kong Airport

Layover travelers should take the chance to see Hong Kong  Hong Kong is eager to keep the status as the international aviation hub.   So Hong Kong Airport builds the third runway. The ceremony for the completion of third runway pavement was on 7 September 2021!  When everything can get back to normalcy after…

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Diligent mule, which helped build Ngong Ping 360, passes away!

Hardworking mule, which carried Ngong Ping 360 building materials, dies Frank the tour guide often introduced the hardworking mule team from Alberta Canada to clients at the beginning of the amazing Ngong Ping Cable Car ride during the easy Lantau private tour service. The mules delivered the building materials to the construction site of the…

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Be safe. Be considerate. Together we vaccinate!

Screenshot of Together We Vaccinate music video

Don’t be late! Together we vaccinate! Hong Kong Airport Authority has uploaded a new music video to promote Hong Kong’s vaccination campaign. Although the song’s lyrics are mainly in Chinese, the song’s name, “Together we vaccinate”, can show Western travelers its aim. The Chinese lyrics describe when everyone, travelers, pilots, flight attendants, ground staff etc.,…

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A Guinness World Record, largest double-decker tram fleet in service, is waiting for travelers in Hong Kong!

Air-conditioned double decker tram in Causeway Bay

Hope travelers can try Hong Kong’s Guinness World Record Double Decker Tram soon The fleet of 165 double decker trams is always the icon of Hong Kong.   It has praised as the largest operating double decker tram fleet for a long time.   Recently it has eventually certified by Guinness World Records as “largest…

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Does migration wave reflect Hong Kong’s dim future? NO…

Migration wave can be good to Hong Kong

Migration wave can be good to Hong Kong Recently quite a lot of Hong Kong citizens have migrated to other countries.   The migrants and their relatives cry sadly at the Hong Kong Airport Departure Hall.   There are a lot of emotional photos on the social media.   Some foreign expats may think that…

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No more Apple Daily, no more freedom of the press? Hong Kong SAR Government is still criticized daily…

Apple, green background

Hong Kong still has freedom of the press Some foreign expats in Hong Kong are afraid that Hong Kong has lost the freedom of the press after the brave pro-democracy Apple Daily stops publication.    Hong Kong Police did freeze some funds and arrest some management staff of the newspaper because of their crimes related…

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Hope more foreign travelers can take the new Peak Tram in 2022

Old Peak Tram cars with new look.

Hope new Peak Tram can serve more foreign travelers in 2022 To farewell the 5th generation Peak Tram cars, Peak Tram company finds the local Hong Kong artists to decorate the old tram cars to show Hong Kong’s changes and developments.   The tram cars will be retired on 28 June 2021. The new longer…

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New artificial Lung Mei Beach and the sightseeing points nearby

Sightseeing points near the new artificial Long Mei Beach.

Sightseeing points near the new artificial Lung Mei Beach The new Lung Mei Beach in Tai Po New Territories opens today.   It is the second artificial beach in Hong Kong.   It is the first beach in the Tolo Harbor.   This post is going to show the points for sightseeing and leisure near…

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Can foreign expats in Hong Kong still remember the June Fourth Incident? Yes! But… 

US Embassy in Hong Kong switched on the electronic candles on 4 June 2021 and posted the photo to social media.

Expats & HK citizens can still mourn June 4 Incident Some foreign expats in Hong Kong may think that people are not allowed to remember the June 4 Incident anymore after the enactment of National Security Law for Hong Kong. The loss of freedom of speech and assembly should be foreign expats’ potential pain point…

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