Pacnet’s had some shakeups . Taken from Google Cache: Now (23 May 2012):
Category: Hong Kong
It’s been good, even if you are too small and sometimes a bit mouldy. Ta ta.
Who be hating mainlanders eating in the train, take a look at yourselves in the mirror.
Ergo This is mold growing in the corner of my room. I am a super hater of the humidity, so I already run the aircons all the time, as well as dehumidifier year round. Yet, this bigger colony grew. Wiping down the wall produced this. This isn’t dust, its the mold. Giving the walls a […]
Pro’s and cons
There has been some recent growing problems between Mainland Chinese and Hong Kong people, with a recent video captured in the Hong Kong MTR of some mainland tourists improperly eating on the train and a response video by a mainland professor (visable here: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMzQ0NzE0Njgw.html – youtube deleted it as it promotes hate speech). While its […]
Actually, should edit this title, the title should be more broad about US Visa’s anyway, but I digress.. To book appointment for the Visa consultation at the US Consulate or Embassay, you need to pay the Visa fee’s in advance. Instead of paying through the Consulate website, or as the process for Australia, or infact for Mainland […]
So, after nearly 6 years, it’s coming to the end of an era. I’ll be finishing up with my current employer this week and leaving Hong Kong very soon. Time to think of a rename and redesign for the site.
Its only January and the humidity is already high – unbearable. I’m running the de-humidifier now. Am tempted to run the aircons all day tomorrow to kill the mould colonies growing! DIE VERMIN DIE!
Hong Kong’s Shark Fin traders have pressure? Everyone has pressure.