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Tag Archives: Lantau Island
Today is thanksgiving, and like every year I wish I was an American today, sitting around a huge table groaning with turkey and what not, telling people how thankful I am because they are in my life. It’s such a … Continue reading
It had to happen. With recent humiliations such as failing in its bid to build a “super” prison with 7,000 inmates on an island just outside Mui Wo, failing to build a “super” columbarium with I don’t know how many … Continue reading
Sleepy backwater Pui O at 9 this morning. I was just walking around Ham Tin dropping leaflets about the latest madcap scheme of the Hong Kong government into people’s letterboxes when this vista jumped up and knocked me on the … Continue reading
I have mentioned that damned incinerator the increasingly unhinged government is planning to spend 13 billion of your tax money on, right? (The alternative will cost 3 billion. I’m just saying.) Well, on Sunday I swung around the Chi Ma … Continue reading
A Piles-less house is not a good house. Rest in peace, my good and faithful dude.
Amid the murder and chaos in my home country I thought I should escape for a while, out to the wetlands of Pui O, home of the mighty water buffalo. Kidding, it took weeks to make this film. I hope … Continue reading
A nice side-effect of there being more and more water buffalo in Pui O, is that there are increasingly more birds. Kites, egrets (yellow faced spoonbills?) little black twittery birds, cranes, and I’ve run out of bird names but: More … Continue reading
People – watch out! When you’ve reached a certain age, time starts rushing by so quickly. Today I was invited to HK International Arts Festival without even knowing that was what it was before I was standing in the convention … Continue reading
Following innumerable requests – from me – China Drool is back! Actually I don’t know if this guy would qualify as a drool if he hadn’t happened to be asleep at the time, but what beautiful colours, eh? I’m thinking: … Continue reading