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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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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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What is the best Hong Kong sightseeing point for overseas Chinese?

Best Hong Kong attraction for overseas Chinese is Chi Lin Nunnery

Best Hong Kong attraction for overseas Chinese is Chi Lin Nunnery Most senior overseas Chinese want to visit more Chinese cultural attractions during their China trip. In Hong Kong, the best sightseeing point for overseas Chinese is Chi Lin Nunnery. Chi Lin Nunnery is a tranquil, smokeless and environmental-friendly Buddhist temple in East Kowloon.  …

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What are the sightseeing points with Hong Kong colonial history?

Hong Kong colonial history sightseeing points, Kowloon Walled City Park, Stanley and Tai Po Man Mo Temple.

Hong Kong colonial history sightseeing points Hong Kong became the British colony in 1842.   This post is going to show you the sightseeing points at Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories with the colonial history. To visit the Hong Kong colonial history sightseeing points easily, you can book the easy Hong…

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Let’s see what Dragon Boat Festival is through the interesting sand painting

Post at Facebook for Dragon Boat Festival video

Interesting sand painting shows you the facts about Dragon Boat Festival Today is Chinese Dragon Boat Festival. To keep the good result of the fight against Covid-19 pandemic, most dragon boat races in Hong Kong are cancelled or postponed to avoid public gathering. You can still see the fun facts about this interesting festival through…

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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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Let’s learn the Chinese character for needle and injection (針) when Covid-19 vaccine is a hot topic

Chinese character for needle and injection

Learn the history of needle through Chinese character for needle (針) Covid-19 vaccine is a hot topic at this moment. The number of vaccine receivers is ever-increasing. Frank the tour guide just took the first jab of Sinovac vaccine yesterday. In this post, Frank is going to introduce the Chinese character for needle and injection…

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Hong Kong City Hall and Frank the tour guide

Frank the tour guide and Hong Kong City Hall

Frank the tour guide’s stories with Hong Kong City Hall When Frank the tour guide prepares the new blog post, Frank finds out that the ground-breaking ceremony of Hong Kong City Hall in Central was on 25 Feb 1960.   Actually Hong Kong City Hall is related to Frank the tour guide’s study, career and…

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TIY (tour it yourself) the cattle-related places in East Kowloon

Cattle artwork

Visit East Kowloon’s cattle-related places by yourselves Travelers can find a lot of cattle-related places in the map of Hong Kong. All of their names have the sound “Ngau” (牛, cattle).   Most of them are in the New Territories and the rural areas. Frank the tour guide is going to show travelers the cattle…

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