發文作者:kahoo | 八月 3, 2006

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  1. 恭喜網頁開張大吉!!
    嘩哈哈我要做第一個post!!! =p

  2. 全力贊成城中男士都為女友購買"吹氣muscle man"!
    提議公司下次有抽獎送禮, 不要送湯book公仔麵或烏冬了, 送這個吧!

  3. re why HK people prefer pictures rather than words – firstly, in primary education, most of the schools wouldn’t ask/teach students to write book reports. I gather only in secondary schools students are required to write book reports (however even so they are mostly restricted to english novels. Secondly, I don’t recall remember any promotion of “reading week" or “story reading" events organized by HK’s Public Libraries. All summer events/camps organized by Community Centres may well too concentrated on “playing" rather than on “academic enrichment". Demand is one thing and supply is another. The book market seems to be concentrating only on selling text books. It is only until about 15 years ago when we saw “city novels" for sale in MTR stations. However, these books are more of “leisure" nature and they are certainly not “academic". I remember visiting Zhengshen Book City, they have all kinds of books, academic and non-academic, arts etc etc. I don’t think HK has a singly book store that incorporates a large variety of books. Finally, I thought reading habit is best taught at primary schools. Habits die hard when we were young!! Good habits live with encouragement and die without it!!
    re news re gal robbed by 3 guys on her own driveway at midnight – I recalled watching TV news that the incident happened when she got home after palying mahjong. If my memory doesn’t fail me, she is the author of her own incident.
    as to the similar accident happened in a prestige apartment, I thought it has to deal with the security of the condo itself. Perhaps she should launched a complaint as a good security measure should include “closed circuit" in all underground garage in addition to “patrols" by the superintendents.

  4. Yahoo Yeah! Kahoo Yeah yeah!
    Thx for providing such good quality radio ,
    now what a Site. A Toast for your new site.
    May all people build this site together
    make it a home.
    Something Toronto/Chinese/HK/Taiwan finally in SyNC. just little comment maybe U can pronouce ‘Gahoo’ in air cos the GA makes it rthym with Ya..Yahoo…Ka…Kahoo Get it. Congrats.

  5. 祝賀家豪成為上網一族。

    亦希望呢個地方成為網絡上的“一本正經”。

    到此一遊,記之。

  6. Your text is VERY HARD TO READ. Tiny grey prints on a white color. Although it looks fancy but not practical. Especially when the messages are written in Chinese, almost illegible.

  7. 香港,大陸,臺灣三地相比,港人較少小看書,未知是否與過去幾十年來香港新聞自由度高,言論開放,百花齊放,報紙可讀性甚高,故習慣多看報紙,少讀書有關?
    香港人較小在網上議政,是因有了很多出色的電臺phone-in節目,
    這直接發表意見方法非常適合"死剩把口"的香港人吧!

  8. 少少讚同Bum Bum關于“香港人較小在網上議政,是因有了很多出色的電臺phone-in節目,這直接發表意見方法非常適合‘死剩把口’的香港人吧!”啦,就算沒有phone-in節目,起碼有維園,所以先有維園阿伯阿叔:)

  9. Glad to know that there is a interactive platform to discuss politics. Simon, you have really done a good job. We are proud of you! Keep it up!


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