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Frank’s “Catholic heritage in Macau” snapshots video

Catholic heritage in Macau video screenshot

“Catholic heritage in Macau” video of Frank Frank the tour guide uses his old snapshots to make a short “Catholic heritage in Macau” video. The Catholic heritage in the city enter of Macau were built during the Portuguese colonial era. A lot of them are the UNESCO-acknowledged World Heritage buildings now. The most famous one…

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Frank’s “Missing Macau” snapshots video

“Missing Macau” video of Frank the tour guide  Frank the tour guide uses his snapshots to make his short “Missing Macau” video. Due to the restrictions related Covid-19, it is not easy to go to Macau from Hong Kong now. Frank wants to visit Macau’s World Heritage sites, St Paul’s Ruins, Mount Fortress, Na Tcha…

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Time to say hello to the big full moon

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival 2021

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival 2021 Today (21 September 2021) is the Mid-Autumn Festival. This is the time for family members to reunite, enjoy moon cake and say hello to the big full moon. Frank the tour guide hopes everyone has a happy festival. Fully vaccinated Frank looks forward to sharing Chinese culture with clients in the…

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Four common mistakes of travelers planning Hong Kong trips

Travelers often make four mistakes when planning Hong Kong trip

Travelers often make 4 mistakes when planning Hong Kong trip A lot of travelers are eager to visit Hong Kong, which has a convenient airport, special historical background and beautiful view. However, as travelers are not familiar with this international city, travelers planning Hong Kong trips often make mistakes, which may impact the trips’ quality….

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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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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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The Londoner Macau is another European element for Little Europe, Macau

Macau's European elements

The Londoner adds another European element to Little Europe, Macau Macau has beaten the Covid-19 and has reopened the internal border with Mainland China. Sands China’s the Londoner Macau integrated resort is going to open on 8 February 2021 to welcome the Mainland Chinese visitors during Chinese New Year holidays. The Londoner is another European…

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What benefits can travelers get from the reform of Hong Kong Ocean Park?

What benefits can travelers get from the reform of Hong Kong Ocean Park

Analyze Hong Kong Ocean Park reform’s benefits to travelers Hong Kong Ocean Park, which was hard hit by the riot in 2019 and pandemic in 2020, announces its rejuvenation plan.   Frank the tour guide is going to analyze what benefits travelers can get from Ocean Park’s reform.   Frank also benefits from the Ocean…

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Why is the Winter Solstice as big as the Chinese New Year?

After Winter Solstice, daytime gets longer and sunset appears later.

Reasons for “Winter Solstice is as important as Lunar New Year”  Today (21 December) is the Winter Solstice on Chinese Lunar Calendar. Although Hong Kong is under the 4th wave of Covid-19 outbreak, citizens still have big meal at home to celebrate.   Chinese old saying, “the Winter Solstice is as big as the Chinese…

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The postponement of Hong Kong-Singapore air travel bubble shows the arrangement is effective

Travel bubble may become the Christmas gift for the Hong Kong and Singapore travelers in 2020.

Effective Hong Kong-Singapore air travel bubble postpones by fortnight Hong Kong-Singapore air travel bubble, which was due to launch on Sunday (22 Nov 2020), postpones by two weeks. This is not due to Santa Claus is still making the bubble! (Video shows you the Christmas decoration at Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong.) The reason is…

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