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Friday, 19th July 2019

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HK citizens to get HK$6000 from government - All HK citizens (over 18 years old) get a once off payment of HK$6000 by whykay
Li Na - winner of French Open 2011 - She won the French Open by beating Francesca Schiavone, which is a first for a Chinese athletes in this area. I remember Michael Chang, and was ... by whykay
Ryanair to buy Chinese manufactured aircraft - Ryanair has opted for Comac's aircrafts instead of the more pricier Boeings. It will seat up to 200 people. But according to The Guardian's article, ... by whykay
Ryanair to buy Chinese manufactured aircraft - Ryanair has opted for Comac's aircrafts instead of the more pricier Boeings. It will seat up to 200 people. But according to The Guardian's article, ... by whykay
What's new on the site - Some visual changes:-If the article posted is the same as the day it's view, an orange labelled "new" will appear beside the article to show ... by whykay
Hong Kong Post iPhone App - Just saw this via HK government news site that Hong Kong Post has launched their iPhone App to track mail, calculate postal rates, nearest post office ... by whykay
AIB restrict ATM cash withdrawals outside EU to €100 - How inconvenient. We get charged for using the services to withdrawal money and AIB imposes a limit of €100 if withdrawing cash outside of EU. ... by whykay
AIB restrict ATM cash withdrawals outside EU to €100 - How inconvenient. We get charged for using the services to withdrawal money and AIB imposes a limit of €100 if withdrawing cash outside of EU. ... by whykay
Pop-up Shops at Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin - "Pop-up shops" seems to be taking off, and RHA is certainly doing that for small business who can temporarily open shops in the city centre whereas ... by whykay
Rise in petrol prices now over €1.50 a litre - Just read this in the local paper, petrol has reached an all-time high, some petrol stations will charge you over €1.50 a litre.(Via Irish Independent - ... by whykay
No Paddy's Day parade in Shanghai - The reason? Chinese authorities are afraid of a possibility of an uprising! A bit over the top, don't you think?(Via Irish Central - Read article) by whykay
Hong Kong Food courts - HK is a mecca for food, and during rush hour or when you need a pick-me-up, what better fail-safe way to get nourishment than at ... by whykay
Hong Kongers silliness due to radiation scare - As I watch in awe on television, of Japanese orderly queues for water and food, the excessive and non-helpful panic buying by Hong Kongers is ... by whykay
Chinese most active property buyers - Expats are checking out Ireland's property market, it's a bargain at the moment for those who can afford it and I'm surprise to read that ... by whykay
Chinese most active property buyers - Expats are checking out Ireland's property market, it's a bargain at the moment for those who can afford it and I'm surprise to read that ... by whykay
HK Airport - First of all, HK Chep Lap Kok Airport is still one of my favourite airports. Here are some of my thumbs up:-Good food court; can't ... by whykay
Dublin City Gallery - Sundays @ Noon Concert Series - April 2011 - The Sundays at Noon concerts resume on April 10th.Sunday 10th         Engegaard Quartet                     ... by whykay
[Charity] Fresh Air Fund - The Fresh Air Fund is again in need of host families for this summer. by whykay
iPad 2 on sale in Hong Kong from April - iPad2 will be available to buy in Ireland on Friday, 25th March. Hong Kongers will have to wait a bit longer. See Apple's press release. by whykay
Quantas flight from Sydney to HK was overloaded - Despite being overweight by nearly 1 tonne due to inadequate paperwork checks, thankfully, there were no incidents. This was happening as recently as last year. by whykay
[HK Event] "311 Love beyond Borders" - A charity event will be held in HK's Victoria Park on April 1st called "311 Love beyond Borders" and Jackie Chan will be heading the ... by whykay
Silly English names - This is not Chinglish, but definitely another cultural quirk, this time in Philippines. English first names and not what you expect. From this BBC article, ... by whykay
Hong Kong Post iPhone App - Just saw this via HK government news site that Hong Kong Post has launched their iPhone App to track mail, calculate postal rates, nearest post office ... by whykay
[Exhibition] "Pixar: 25 Years of Animation" opens in Hong Kong - The exhibition opens at Hong Kong Heritage Museum. If only if I was still in HK, I wanted to go to this exhibition, looks really interesting. ... by whykay
Irish national arrested for not producing ID (in Ireland) - I was shocked to read about this in the Irish Time's article (via a friend's re-tweet). A Chinese man got arrested for failure to produce ... by whykay