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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 Chinese cultural sightseeing points in Hong Kong?

Hong Kong Chinese cultural attractions are (top left to right) Nan Lian Garden, Sam Tung Uk Museum, (bottom left to right) Big Buddha and Repulse Bay.

Hong Kong’s Chinese cultural attractions Although Hong Kong was the British colony until 1997, Hong Kong, which is always a part of China, still has a lot of Chinese cultural sightseeing points. So Hong Kong is a good place for Western travelers to see Chinese culture and prepare for their advanced cultural trip in the…

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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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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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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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Chinese epidemiologist’s encouraging suggestion: China and America should lift Covid-19 travel bans if herd immunity reached!

Website for vaccination registration of Hong Kong SAR Government

Chinese expert suggests ending Sino-US mutual travel ban under herd immunity  In an online forum organized by Chinese Tsinghua University and US’s Brookings Institution on COVID-19 prevention and treatment, Chinese epidemiologist Mr. Wu Zunyou suggests that China and America should lift Covid-19 travel bans if herd immunity reached (The related news report is here)! According to the current…

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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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Let’s say goodbye to the clever rat and welcome the diligent ox

Say goodbye to rat & welcome ox on Start of Spring Day

Time to bid farewell to the clever rat and greet the diligent ox Some Chinese fortune tellers believe that the new Chinese zodiac year should start on the day of the first Chinese Solar Term, Start of Spring, which is on 3 February 2021.   Thus the year of rat ended on 2 February 2021….

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Good to see Narcissus blossoms just before the Start of Spring Day

Good to see Narcissus blossoms just before the Start of Spring Day

Narcissus blossoms to welcome the Start of Spring Day Tomorrow (3 Feb 2021) is the Start of Spring Day in the Chinese Lunar Calendar. Frank the tour guide’s mother’s Narcissus has blossomed today.   It is a good sign to show Hong Kong is warm. Thus the Covid-19 may be less active and the fourth…

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