Friday, November 30, 2012

Redevelopment of Yue Man Square 重建裕民坊

I was living at Ngau Chi Wan in my childhood. My primary school was located at Ngau Tau Kok whereas Kwun Tong was the place I used to spend my after school activities with my classmates. These three places were in the east end of the Kowloon Peninsular. Their development began since the 60s and lasted for more than half a century. Yue Man Square became a landmark in Kwun Tong's urban development. It was densely populated with parks, shops and food facilities etc.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Flying back to Hong Kong 返港之行

My impression of an airport dated back to my childhood. I was residing at Nau Chi Wan Village, near today's Choi Hung Estate and adjacent to  Ngau Chi Wan Fire Station. At that time, Kai Tak Airport was located at Kowloon City. I spent my childhood and adolescence in the waiting hall of Kai Tak Airport for sightseeing, reading and doing school assignment. Airport impresses me as a place for departure and reunion happened to mankind.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

An afternoon stroll around a pond 閒遊午後的池塘

After working hard for these few days, I spent this afternoon strolling around the Toogood Pond again and took some photos to relieve my tension and fatigue of the body.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Revisiting Niagara Falls 重遊尼阿瓜拉大瀑布

In the past two weeks, I was busy with the preparation of the 7th anniversary of the Standard Grade Examination of the Chinese musical instruments organized by the Central Conservatory of Music of China in Toronto on October 31 and November 1 respectively. Thereafter, we have a "Concert of Chinese Musical Instruments presented by Virtuosi from China and Canada" with Standard Grade Exam Showcase.