Good Luck Edward Snowden


Ever since Edward Snowden landed in Hong Kong, I’ve been following the news and am glad that the Hong Kong Government played their cards right this time and gave Snowden enough hints and time to plan an escape after blowing the whistle. Good luck Edward and all the best with your new life!

The Hong Kong Government also said that it had sent a letter to the US to “formally” explain allegations by Mr Snowden that the US had hacked into several computer systems in the territory. I wonder if the US or NSA will care to explain themselves for their actions in the first place?

Typical – Hong Kong


This is somewhat a typical scene in Hong Kong, perfectly normal people opting for taking the lift instead walking a few steps to the escalators, which is fine, but don’t you think you should let the person in the wheelchair in FIRST? Hong Kongers are becoming really selfish, self-centered and rude.. Hypocrites that complain about the Mainlanders.. to me these people are just the same!

photo by カツキ ヽ‘s photo.


Red Bull Under My Wing with Daniel Dhers visits Hong Kong for the very first time. Bringing the master of BMX Park to Hong Kong, Red Bull has given the local riders a valuable workshop to share and exchange experiences of their favourite sport with Daniel Dhers. The workshop aims to facilitate and grow the BMX scene in Hong Kong by educating and coaching the devoted young riders with the best BMX tricks.

Daniel Dhers, the Latin American athlete with more international titles in BMX, is an idol for those who love extreme sports. He will host the one day workshop to mentor the excited youngsters by knowledge sharing, techniques and skills coaching and hard-core BMX tricks demonstrating.

Don’t miss the chance, BMX bikers! Detail information:

Date & Time:
26 November, 2011 (Saturday)
Time: 11:00am – 4:00pm
Location: Lai Chi Kok Park Skateboard Arena (1 Lai Wan Road, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon)