29 December, 2011
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23 December, 2011
In Hong Kong, more people die from touching door handles than any other causes of unnatural death. The most poisonous door handles can be found in the men's toilet; in some cases, they can be so virulent that without immediate medical attention, you can drop dead within several hours of touching one. That is why you should wait for the door to be opened by someone else, then dive through the gap like Indiana Jones. If the door doesn't open for hours, and you think your girlfriend might get fed up of waiting, using a thick wad of tissues, grab the door handle and give it a quick tug - keeping contact time to a minimum - make your escape, and live to tell the tale.
21 December, 2011
Forget Hong Kong housing speculation, the next boom is in MTR seating.
You might ask, how do people manage to live in such a noisy environment? The answer is quite simple: Hong Kong people are deaf. It's true. If you go to any Chinese restaurant, the customers don't talk, they shout at each other - we just haven't developed a sign language yet - people communicate by iPhone, that's why it's so popular over here.
20 December, 2011
Hong Kong exercise style is simply this: Warm-up stretching for twenty minutes, then actual exercise for five minutes which usually involves walking at a slower pace than normal and clapping your hands as if applauding sarcastically (stop immediately as soon as you break a sweat), then warm-down with more light stretching for another twenty minutes. That adds up to forty-five minutes, so treat yourself to a tall double latte with whipped cream to round up your total workout time to an hour.