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Nice to have you visiting this exciting web site consisting of 4 segments, which has been specially designed with you the viewer in mind. These segments really are my passion and as much as they've put that balance in my life, I'm sure it'll very much do the same for you. So take one step back and breathe in the lovely pictures and graphics painstakingly put together for you.

Before I leave you to explore the rest of this site, here is a quote which really speaks for itself and is what I've got to share out aloud. Do drop a note in my Guest Book to say that you have come by.

"The unexamined life is not worth living for" - Socrates

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Happy Christmas & an exciting Brand New 2003!!

It's that time of the year once again when we celebrate the Birth of Christ. Perhaps for many of us it's also a time to re-evaluate ourselves, to plan for the forth-coming year and to simply relax while enjoying the company of friends, relatives, family.

Whatever you plan for, may this festive season bring you warmth, happiness and a prosperous brand new year ahead!

... here's a glimpse of what you'll expect in the next change ...

 

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Hong Kong's Night Life

Kowloon - Tsim Sha Tsui

The cheapest and easiest way to get a view of both Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon peninsula is by taking the Star Ferry. It also brings one to Kowloon - one of the major areas in Hong Kong where it's nothing but hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, more shops, and not forgetting the "Lady's night market".
View of the Sky Line from the Peak

Hong Kong's Skyline - taken from the Victoria Peak

An excellent view of the harbour would be from the Victoria Peak. You have to take an "inclined car" (The Peak Tram) to the top, but then again you can walk/run on this fairly flat road which rings the top of the mountain. The view of Kowloon and Hong Kong is the picture on the left. I'll put together a montage of it's magnificent skyline very soon.
Macau - The facade of St's Paul's Church

Macau - remains of the old St. Paul's Church

A 1 hour or 65 km journey on the "Jetfoil" ferry from the Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal took me to Macau - a Portuguese colony just like Hong Kong a British colony. Right smack in the middle of the peninsula are the ruins of St. Paul's cathedral and an old fort. Captured a couple of pictures of the area up from the fort.
Cooking a Turkey!

Gourmet moments

I cannot believe this chap on the left actually started preparing meals at the age of 6! It all started out with helping in the food preparation process during school vacations, just so I could get the meals out on the table to satisfy that rumbling tummy sooner.

Learn some recipes from my unpublished cook book ...

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