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How Do I...?

Started this discussion. Last reply by 我是维奇 Mar 2, 2014. 8 Replies

 

Язык у человека мал,а сколько жизней он сломал.

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我是维奇 replied to Kai's discussion Work Visa Guangzhou - Can I visit Hong Kong?
"I did it all the time when I lived in Shenzhen (I always had work visas). There should be no problem whatsoever, even if you chose to visit HK every day!"
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Shekou
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NET at The Endeavourers LLSY Memorial Primary School
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In Hong Kong now but a fairly regular visitor in Shenzhen!

Secret Love

Once I had a secret love
That lived within the heart of me
All too soon my secret love
Became impatient to be free

So I told a friendly star
The way that dreamers often do
Just how wonderful you are
And why I am so in love with you

Now I shout it from the highest hills
Even told the golden daffodils

At last my heart's an open door
And my secret love's no secret anymore

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What Chinese People Are Tired of Hearing from Foreigners

Posted on December 4, 2014 at 12:02am 3 Comments

Have you already seen this hilarious video from MamaHuhu? ;-)

http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XODM4OTYzMTg4.html

My trip to the United Kingdom (Jan-Feb 2013)

Posted on February 11, 2013 at 11:30pm 9 Comments

Finally I made it - travelled to the UK again, end of January - beginning of February this year. 

I haven't been there for more than 2 years and it was a most welcome visit!

We had both never been to Scotland and it was our major destination on this trip.

What can I say...both William and I were fascinated by this part of the United Kingdom. There is a distinct difference between these two countries that is not clearly understood by someone who has never been to one of…

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An Invasion by Cheburashkas in Causeway Bay!

Posted on December 5, 2012 at 2:30am 0 Comments

This is what's happening in Causeway Bay: the place has been literally conquered by Cheburashka displays.

Cheburashka (Чебурашка) is a character from a 1966 children's book by a popular Soviet writer Eduard Uspenskiy and the subsequent 1969 stop-motion cartoon. I was absolutely astonished when I saw that in Hong Kong!! 

I never even liked the cartoon...yet, first, the Japanese seemed to have gone mad about Cheburashka and the Co. Now it's Hong Kong's turn...My goodness. Who…

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Shall we talk Russian? - TOP FIFTEEN RUSSIAN DAIRY PRODUCTS – A DAIRY GUIDE

Posted on October 19, 2012 at 3:47am 0 Comments

This was posted by a blogger that runs the Russian Language Centre in Hong Kong...I thought it might be quite an interesting read for any non-Russian :-) She borrowed this information from The Moscow News.

Here is the link: …

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A Repertory Theatre?

Posted on May 16, 2012 at 1:37pm 0 Comments

Lately, I have read about this British director Tom Hopes who is set to establish a repertory theatre in Hong Kong. 

There are tens if not hundreds of repertory theatres in Russia and the above-said director was really impressed with them when he visited Russia. 

What strikes me is that, apparently, repertory theatres are a rarity in the West....Surprisingly, I never thought so before.

Is your country the same and the concept of a theatre like this does not work…

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At 11:52am on April 2, 2015, Mike46 said…
OK Vic,

No particular plans to go to HK, but I guess I can make some if need be.

talk when you guys are back - Mike
At 11:38am on April 2, 2015, Mike46 said…

Hi Vic,

I'm back from the long trip - are you in HK now or doing something for the Easter break?

Mike

At 11:04am on March 1, 2015,
My Weixin is on my page
Anna Kim
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Hello Viki, yes, My family name is a normal surname for Korean. But I'm Chinese, :)

At 5:09pm on February 11, 2015, Eric said…

Hong Kong,I learn by myself

At 5:52pm on February 10, 2015, Eric said…

Yes,coz I live in Taiwan and Hong Kong before,So I can

use tradional characters

At 11:51pm on September 11, 2014, 我是维奇 said…

Hi Carl! 

Seems like I can't post on your profile.

No, I've never come across a KTV where there were pinyin rather than Chinese character subtitles.

As for "decent" places, most of those I went to looked reputable. If you want to make sure it's not dodgy just go to Party World. It's a Taiwanese KTV chain; it's very decent if only a little pricey. 

At 10:56am on September 7, 2014, Carl M said…

Hi Victoria :) I’ve just posted this reply on a very old discussion that you may still be able to help with:

While you were here, did you ever find a good KTV place in Shenzhen that ticked the boxes of a ‘more decent’ singing environment and importantly, pinyin for us non-readers of Chinese characters?

At 5:33pm on November 2, 2013, Joyce Liu said…

i see your photos, so nice. and also your dress.

 

At 1:33pm on October 10, 2013, Chris said…

It was pity that I did not make it my last night in St. Petersburg.  My friends told me that it was a touched night with beautiful and cheerful Russian folk songs, respectful artists and audience.  

Language won’t be a problem.  We even watched an opera the “Jenufa” in Czech with Russian subtitles. :-)

At 10:57pm on October 3, 2013, Chris said…

Yes, I am still in St. Petersburg and will leave for China tomorrow evening. 

I am supposed to go to a concert this evening.  Sadly I get a serious cold and have to stay in the apartment and take some rest. :-(

Vic, your country has a lot of amazing palaces, museums, theaters and musical halls.  I am very impressed! :-)

 
 
 

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