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Ngong Ping Big Buddha sightseeing tips on Buddha Birthday Holiday

Big Buddha close up

Sightseeing tips at Ngong Ping Big Buddha on Buddha’s Birthday Today (19 May 2021) is Buddha’s 2565th birthday!   If you want to say happy birthday to the Big Buddha at Ngong Ping in Hong Kong today and in the future, please read Frank the tour guide’s post with sightseeing tips for you…   Hong…

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Differences between the four animals on Dragon and Lion Dance Special Stamps

Stamps for lion dance, pixiu dance, unicorn dance and dragon dance

Differences between dragon, lion, unicorn & pixiu The special stamps for “Intangible Cultural Heritage – Dragon & Lion Dance” of Hong Kong Post show four Chinese mascots, lion, dragon, unicorn and pixiu.   As they look so much alike, a lot of Western visitors cannot tell them apart. Frank the tour guide is going to show…

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The vanished scenes of Tai O

See sunset and stilt houses at Tai O fishing village

Tai O’s disappeared scenes Tai O fishing village on Lantau Island has a long history. It was once one of the four largest fishing villages in Hong Kong.   A local Chinese guidebook of the 1930s, “The Grand Sights of the New Territories” recorded the condition of Tai O in detail.   Today Tai O…

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What did Frank the tour guide post at social media this week (22-26 Feb 2021)?

Hong Kong skyline, Jardine House, Sweet rice ball, milk tea

Collection of Frank’s social media posts (22 to 26 Feb 2021) This post is the collection of Frank the tour guide’s posts at social media from 22 to 26 Feb 2021.   Readers can follow Frank the tour guide’s social media.     Frank is eager to share more about his country China, city Hong…

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Government’s two gifts on Everyone’s Birthday for Hong Kong citizens

selfie, Frank the tour guide, parents, eating dim sum

Hong Kong citizens get two gifts from government on People’s Day Today is the seventh day of the Chinese New Year or the People’s Day. People believe that the supreme Goddess creates human on the seventh day in the first month in the Chinese calendar. So today is everyone’s birthday!   Happy Birthday to you!…

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Learn Chinese homophones through 4 Chinese New Year taboos

Learn Chinese homophones through 4 Chinese New Year taboos

Homophones and Chinese New Year taboos Chinese New Year is the most important festival for Chinese people. Apart from different celebrations, there are a lot of strange taboos during the Spring Festival. Some of the taboos are related to the homophones in the Chinese language.   Frank the tour guide is going to show you…

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Changes in Hong Kong’s Chinese New Year Fair create a win-win situation

2021 Chinese New Year, Cheung Sha Wan, point for selling flowers

Hong Kong Lunar New Year Fairs’ changes make a win-win situation Shopping beautiful flowers at Lunar New Year Fairs is Hong Kong citizens’ favorite activity to welcome Chinese New Year. Due to the ongoing 4th wave of Covid-19 outbreak, Hong Kong SAR Government first cancelled the fair. Later it decided to open 15 government venues for…

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Frank recollects busy Chinese New Year through clients’ good reviews

Frank the tour guide and clients during Chinese New Year at Hung Hom

Good reviews help Frank to recollect the busy Lunar New Year  Chinese New Year holidays were the busy moment for Frank the tour guide in the past. Frank left home early to serve clients on the Lunar New Year Day.   Frank once helped his former employer, the closed travel agent Jetway Express Ltd., to conduct…

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