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Category Archives: Injustice
Testing testing. I’m actually writing for SCMP and have done since March. This is just a rant, but I also have my own twice monthly column, So Near and Yet So Feared.
Last night, on Halloween, I ventured out in Central dressed as my favourite character on my show Cantonese The Movie on my YouTube channel Cantocourse, to advertise for my Cantonese course. A woman has to do what a woman has … Continue reading
Do you still think USA and Israel are the evil enemies of freedom in the world? Do you think Islam is good, Christianity bad? Do you think honour killing, female genital mutilation, hanging homosexuals from cranes, attacking and killing people … Continue reading
So this was going to be a blow-by-blow account of how I tried, and succeeded in, buying the lovely, intensely lovely, village house in Pui O against all odds. I was going to tell you about how the landlord told … Continue reading
What, you thought I’d swung around Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, of an afternoon? Or perhaps sashayed back to the year 700? No, this photo was taken in Wan Chai two days ago. That was only a few minutes after I had … Continue reading
Hello, what have we here? I suddenly re-found the only photos I took at this month’s HK Art Fair. What, only two photos of that enormous collection? Well, there were posters everywhere saying No Photos, you see, and being sign-abiding … Continue reading
The US is under attack. Threatened by islamists from all over the world, streaming unhindered in across its borders and, increasingly, by enemies inexplicably placed in key positions in its government, it is growing weak and blind to the danger. … Continue reading
A bit belated, here are some images from the rally against the “super” incinerator off Lantau. It was an interesting march, and according to police, 1,500 people participated. That means… there were double that? The Hong Kong police, as indeed … Continue reading