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Another Excuse of Writing Ben

I can’t imagine myself writing a second post of Benedict Cumberbatch. Oh yeah! After the big long Shelock poster from my lovely Secret Santa which I am obliged to hang it in my little cube for two months, yet I am writing about him again…not quite. 598 more words

Bits And Pieces

Leftard Language is Terrorism

Apple Daily

29th January, 2015

Leftard Language is Terrorism

左膠語言恐怖主義

By Chip Tsao

Making a wrong statement could bring disaster to a nation. As leftards dominate the West nowadays, Benedict Cumberbatch, nominated for the ‘best actor’ Oscar for his role in ‘The Imitation Game’, could have blown his chances to win this award for using one word on an American TV show. 873 more words

Hong Kong

Spreading Ignorance

Apple Daily

21st October, 2014

Spreading Ignorance

轉發無知

There is at least one great thing about the Occupy Movement in Hong Kong: the “foreigners” invented internet and mobile phones, text messages are shared across the world, and anyone can have an opinion. 416 more words

Hong Kong

Enthralled

Life in Hong Kong has all the complexity and emotional depth of a low budget soap opera. At least that’s the impression somebody from outside the SAR might get if they watch the Hong Kong film Enthralled, written and directed by Chip Tsao. 1,007 more words

Hong Kong

Simplified Chinese Characters

Apple Daily

3rd April, 2014

Simplified Chinese Characters

龜兒子的簡體

In many public places in Hong Kong, from the airport to international hotels, signs are written in Simplified Chinese. 623 more words

Hong Kong

Chip Tsao: Wake Up Hong Kongers!

Hong Kong Economic Journal

12th November 2013

Chip Tsao: Wake Up Hong Kongers!

陶傑發火:醒啦,香港人!

“If you vote with your conscience in mind, you can hold your head high when walk out of the Legislative Council. 1,941 more words

Hong Kong

The Fall of Hong Kong

Apple Daily

7th November 2013

The Fall of Hong Kong

陸沉了

“Hong Kongers First” – it should be common sense to consider the local population when formulating policies. 549 more words

Hong Kong