Category Archives: Life

Biutiful

Last week, I saw an unusual film from Spain. It was called “Biutiful”, the way the protagonist’s daughter wrote the English word on to a photograph of the snow-covered summit of the Pyrenees against a clear blue sky. The photograph … Continue reading

Posted in Life | Leave a comment

A “Geobiology/Biogeology” Session

Before Friday, I never knew what “geobiology” is. Some time that afternoon, I got an email from a friend whom I knew at the UUHK and the HKSHP asking me if I would be interested in exploring something related to … Continue reading

Posted in Life | Leave a comment

A Funeral and a Wedding

Saturday was a topsy turvy world for me. In the morning, I went to work in Central. In the evening, I went to a funeral in Hunghom and then a wedding in Wanchai. The work was tedious as usual. I had to provide answers … Continue reading

Posted in Life | Leave a comment

Sex and Students

Sex is a subject which touches all societies. Sex is one of the primeval urges upon which all lives ultimately depend. Originally, it was one of the methods Nature has found of procreating different species, both plants and animals. There are … Continue reading

Posted in Life | Leave a comment

A Lone Violin outside the Cathedral

I stared loneliness in the face, outside of the Cathedral Sunday morning. He appeared in the tiny porch at the side of the Cathedral, waiting for the rain to stop. I was there too for the same purpose. I didn’t bring … Continue reading

Posted in Life | Leave a comment

4th June Movement turned 21

Last night the 4th June Movement turned 21. 150,000 people from Hong Kong, from the PRC and even from Taiwan celebrated her birthday and her adulthood. They celebrated her birthday by bowing to those who died 21 years ago before the gates of Tien … Continue reading

Posted in Life | Leave a comment

Regression to a Previous Life!?

Monday evening was unusual. I went to a tiny office unit  in one of the hundreds of characterless buildings crowding the streets of Mongkok.  I arrived shortly before 7.30 p.m. But when I arrived, the iron-grille at its entrance had a … Continue reading

Posted in Life | Leave a comment