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Through Hong Kong Post’s special stamp, look back the year-long battle against Covid-19

Hong Kong Post's special stamps for fighting Covid-19

Look back Hong Kong’s fight against Covid-19 through special stamp Hong Kong Post issues the special stamps to honor the diligent medical staff and thank Chinese Central Government for supporting Hong Kong SAR’s fight against the year-long Covid-19 pandemic.   The special stamps inspire Frank the tour guide to look back Hong Kong’s long battle…

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Let’s be patient, take the vaccination and rebuild the normality

Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet

Let’s take the Covid-19 vaccination and rebuild the normality patiently Greek philosopher Aristotle once said “Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet”! However most people don’t like waiting.   Actually if waiting is unavoidable and can bring us the good result, we should wait patiently. When we are waiting, we can do something meaningful to…

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Breaking news: stamps show Santa Claus enjoys a working holiday in Hong Kong!

Santa Claus enjoys dim sum.

Hong Kong Post’s Christmas stamps show Hong Kong working holiday journey of Santa Claus When Santa Claus delivers presents in Hong Kong, he also tours around the city with his helpers and friends, reindeer, gingerbread men and snowman! Actually this is the main theme of the 2020 Christmas stamps of Hong Kong Post.   Frank the…

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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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Sham Chun Street, a scene of movie Contagion

Short Sham Chun Street is a scene of a pandemic movie

Short Sham Chun Street is a scene of a pandemic movie Sham Chun Street is a short and old street with a traditional wet market in Mong Kok Kowloon.   It cannot reflect the fast and amazing development of the neighbor of Hong Kong, Shenzhen (“Sham Chun” is actually the old spelling of Shenzhen. It…

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Hong Kong will have a cold and dry winter in 2020 due to La Niña and stronger-than-normal northeast monsoon

Tsim Sha Tsui, tunnel, roads, carsbuildings, sunset

Due to La Niña and stronger-than-normal northeast monsoon, Hong Kong will be cold and dry in 2020’s winter Tomorrow is 1 Dec 2020. Hong Kong’s wintertime has come.   According to the Hong Kong Observatory’s forecast, the sea water temperature around Hong Kong is getting lower and the situation will continue for the coming few…

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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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Preserve planet earth under Covid-19 by making concerted efforts on pandemic prevention and listening to the government instructions

Sha Tin's sculpture Preserve planet earth

Old sculpture new meaning under Covid-19 Hong Kong’s Sha Tin New Town has a stainless steel sculpture called Preserve Planet Earth. In 1993, Hong Kong local sculptor Van Lau made this sculpture, which shows two human palms are supporting people’s habitat, the earth.   Frank the tour guide thinks that the original idea for this design…

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