I just paid US 0.55 to Mr Long Hair to send him a message on his Facebook account - smart business idea. Filibustering since days the budget - now suddenly asking for a handout of HKD 10,000 for every citizien - pleses see the photos of my message. This people are ruining Hong Kong. Mr. Long Haair is living in a public housing - he is earning HKD 70,000 per month - but his assessment for being allowed public housing is on a 10 year base and he has several years to go - the t-shirt with Che Guevara he his wearing also shows how much & how far is brain is: Besides Hitler, Stalin, Mao - Che was one of the biggest war criminals / mass murderers - Mr. Long Hair do you really know about history ?
2 photos from my screen attached here:
Really - whats going on here ?
Dock workers are striking - most probably they are right to do this.
The strike is costing money for everybody - maybe somebody need to compromise .....
The n see this nuts footage - more & more people in HKG getting nuts & loosing
temper - it is all about money - BORN WITH GREED ...? That is not what a healthy
society can build on ...................
A LOT OF WORDS ABOUT 2017 AND MANY PEOPLE THINK THEY NEED TO SAY SOMETHING: LOVE YOUR COUNTRY & LOVE HONG KONG -- OTHERWISE YOU CANNOT BE CE IN 2017 ! BUT WHO WILL DECIDE IF YOU LOVE..................?
2046 IS AROUND THE CORNER - SOMETHING IS WRONG HERE !
Democracy hopes dashed for Hong Kong’s 2017 election
and in my opinion this decision is 100% CORRECT ! Domestic helpers when they come here know they are coming here under a 1-contract system.
They are not "normally residing in Hong Kong" - they are completely dependent on some employer who gives accomodation, food, daily neccesities etc to them.
Therefore the idea for the HKG minimum wage (HKD 30 / hour from May 1st) applied for foreign domestic helpers can also be scrapped herewith.
Read the story about the Court of Final Appeal decision here:Click to BBC Asia !
Are the people getting totally nuts here in Hong Kong ?
Son killing his parents - hacking them & storing their heads in the fridge......
Another son attacking father & mother with a knife because they have asked him to stop his non-stop
computer game playing - father dead - mother in serious condition
Just right now the next case - a woman killed her boyfriend after filling him up with sleeping pills & then she jumped
- they have lived in a DUPLEX close to Kowloon station
Something is terribly wrong here !
First sorry for long time no posting !
Here the story of Henry Tang's wine collection - just under auction some days ago - fetched HKD 48 Million !
Secret of former chief secretary Henry Tang's wine cellar remains bottled up
After illegal basement scandal during election, auctioneer refuses to disclose the location of former chief secretary's fine wine collection.
A wine expert given a rare glimpse inside former chief secretary Henry Tang Ying-yen's wine cellar is remaining tight-lipped about its location.
The question of where Tang stored the 810 lots that went under the hammer at Christie's this week is an intriguing one.
His campaign for chief executive was wrecked last year when it was revealed he had a huge illegal basement under his Kowloon Tong home, featuring among other things - a wine cellar.
Without saying if he had been to the Kowloon Tong site, Simon Tam, head of wine in China for Christie's auction house, said Tang's wine was stored in a "handsome cellar".
The 810 lots that went under the hammer in the two-day auction represent just a fraction of Tang's collection, amassed over 30 years.
"From these wines, I see how his collection changed with him over 30 years of passion for wine," said Tam. "Some of these wines were bought in small villages, so tiny you would need to scrutinise a map to find them. The collection represents Tang's personal taste."
Tam said that Tang does not consider himself a "collector", as he buys wine for personal enjoyment rather than as an investment, drawing on comments the politician made in a promotional video produced by Christie's.
In the bidding catalogue, Tang wrote: "I am never deterred, and zealously try to get my hands on as many bottles as possible, sometimes to the point of threatening my supplier with an unmentionable deed.
"I assembled a collection that many would die for, but alas, I am mortal. I realised I have far too much wine, and would be unable to consume it even across multiple life times."
He also advised bidders that there are some "matches made in heaven" that would "warm my heart and stir my soul", such as foie gras paired with Sauternes, or charcoal-grilled steak with cabernet sauvignon.
During the two days of bidding, which ended last night, one buyer paid HK$1.21 million for bottles said to be among the rarest wines in the world - six magnums of Romanee Conti 1995.
Christie's had estimated the total sale would raise up to HK$29 million. But on the first day of bidding on Friday - which featured just a third of the collection - HK$22 million was raised.
Tang has many wine cellars in Hong Kong. The basement that housed the cellar in his Kowloon Tong home also featured a Japanese-style bath and gym.
after a really troublesome & hardworking January now it is the time to relax a little bit. The year of the snake is around the corner. I want to thank you for still following me. Here is the latest video from David Bowie - he will release a new albumm in early March or so - it seems to be a real big thing.
Here you can see what is going on directly after the Lowu border exit: 100's of people stacked with goods "parallel imported" from Hong Kong for selling over the border. The HKG authorities "trying a lot" to stop this activities. It was revealed today 60% of this traders are permanent HKG residents - the rest is mainland people with multiply entry visa. Here 2 photos taken yesterday night.