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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Directed by the king of cut-and-paste Godfrey Ho, ‘girls and guns’ flick Princess Madam is actually one of the director’s better efforts. When a secretary agrees to testify in court against a semi-retired Triad boss, two cops, Moon (Moon Lee) … Continue reading
1) Buy tickets in advance. Screenings tend to sell out. 2) Arrive promptly. If the ticket says it starts at 7:30, then it generally starts at 7:35. 3) Remember to take a jacket, otherwise the air-con is gonna freeze you. 4) Expect … Continue reading
Whilst living in Hong Kong I’ve become a master chef and can conjure up four highly versatile meals; beans on toast, spaghetti bolognaise (sauce from a jar), pizza (courtesy of pizza box) and a basic stir-fry. Although I’ve tried many different … Continue reading
Since I’m a huge fan of Hong Kong cinema and I’m currently living in Hong Kong I figured I’d start to review some of the films I’ve been watching. Movies are a huge part of the culture here. It’s not … Continue reading
Although my experience in teaching is limited, there are some very distinct differences I’ve picked up on whilst teaching in Hong Kong compared to my work experience at a school in England. One of the most striking differences is how politically … Continue reading
Although I’ve always been fairly confident when negotiating prices back home at markets in England, I was originally pretty terrified when it came to haggling prices in Hong Kong. When walking up Ladies Market in Mong Kok one hears many … Continue reading