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· March, 2008

Stories about Hong Kong (China) from March, 2008

Hong Kong: Revitalizing Tai O

The Hong Kong government has organized a competition for revitalizing a traditional fishing village, Tai O. Diumanpark pointed out that the word “revitalizing” is a cover up of “commercialization”, which,...

Hong Kong: Shopping Experience

Onemanbandwidth has written some funny shopping experiences in Hong Kong.

Taiwan: Religious buildings–a way to explore how cultures mix

The popular image of multi-culturalism as a mosaic, a salad bowl in which different cultures mix but keep their integrity, is misleading. Cultures are more like soups, flavored with many...

Taiwan: Support for Tibet

For Tibetan independence movement, most Taiwanese support and sympathize Tibetans, and many people changed their twitter profile figure to the flag of Tibet which represents Tibetan independence movement. ‘Free Tibet’...

Hong Kong: Flower Exhibition

Duiman park blogs some photos he took from the annual flower exhibition in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong: Hijacking Public Space

A group of local artists decided to hijack public space [zh]at Time Square, a landmark at Causeway Bay, down town commercial district. .

Hong Kong: Too Clean?

After the SARS epidemic in Hong Kong, the city is getting more and more hygienic, however, Diumanpark wondered if being too clean would reduce body resistance to virus and bacteria...

Hong Kong, China and Tibet: You can't do this if you are Chinese

Fai Mao pointed out that the so-called “People's War” in Tibet is against Chinese constitution, and Chinese people should speak against such kind of violence.

China: Nansha Oil Refinery Campus

Buchong visited the planned construction site of an giant oil refinery campus at Nansha, a river mouth peninsular at Zhujiang delta [zh]. The villagers are looking forwarded for the construction,...

China: Fear of Red

ESWN translated an article by Leung Man Tao who talked about the politics of fear in Hong Kong: the fear for treason and the fear of red China.

Hong Kong: Violating National Flag Law?

The Hong Kong Police is effective to crack down T-shirt design with 14K logo by local designers. Penguin Jas notices that Adidas’ design might have violated the National Flag Law...

Hong Kong: Old District

Chow and suedevil took a video showing the culture and landscape of Kwun Tong old district in Hong Kong. The district would be redeveloped into a shopping mall campus in...

Hong Kong: Flu Statistic

Chainsaw Riot blogs the statistic of flu over the past few years to show that the situation of flu is no worse than the past. However, the number of flu...

Hong Kong: Picnic at Time Square

Local artists have a picnic at Time Square to reclaim the public space at the city centre [zh]. The spot is outside a giant shopping mall at Causeway Bay.

Hong Kong: Cats in the University

Lingnan University in Hong Kong is popular for its friendly attitude towards cats. Duke of Aberdeen visited the university and took some photos of the cats in the university. There...

Hong Kong: Privatization of Public Space

Littleolso comments on the privatization of public space by Time square [zh], a super shopping mall at Causeway Bay, a most expensive district in Hong Kong Island. The shopping mall...

Hong Kong and Japan: Maiderland

Ben Ng visited a cafe called Maiderland during the weekend (zh). The cafe is run by a group of Japanese ACG (anime, comic, game) lovers in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong: Money Without Vision

In the new financial year, the government has a series of measures to cut tax and give cash to the citizen, such as by paying their electricity bill. Willsin finds...

Hong Kong and Japan: Maid Culture

Ben ng blogs about the development of maid sub-cultural economy in Akihabara [zh]. There are dozen of maid salon at the district and the blogger wonders if such culture would...

Hong Kong and South Korea: E-Land Union Protest

E-land labour protest in South Korea has developed into a new phrase because of the repression of union organizers. Newscham reports the E-land union's protest plan in Hong Kong.

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