Tuesday, February 10, 2015

北姑正傳 II

There are 11 people hanging onto a rope that comes down from an airplane. 10 of them are 北姑, and one is a Hong Konger. 

They all decide that one person should get off because if they don't, the rope will break and everyone will die. 

No one can decide who should go, so finally the Hong Konger, in perfect 煲冬瓜, delivers a very touching speech, ending with the words, "I'll get off."  All the 北姑 were moved by the HKer's speech, start clapping.

Problem solved.



Thursday, February 5, 2015


As passengers slowly board the plane, one 北姑 sits down in the first class compartment.  The stewardess checks her ticket and sees that it’s an economy ticket.  She tries, in perfect 煲冬瓜, to explain to her that she needs to go to her assigned seat.  The bitty doesn’t seem to understand.  

She kept saying “I’m from 支那.  I’m rich. And I’m comfortable in this seat.”  The senior stewardess tried.  The supervisory stewardess tried, to no avail.  

Finally the captain came over, and chatted for a few seconds with the 北姑, and she jumped up and ran to her assigned seat in the economy compartment.

The supervisory stewardess went to the captain afterwards and said the crew was dying of curiosity what he said to her.

The captain said he asked her where she’s going.  She said 比精.  And the captain said,”First class only goes to Tokyo”.



Saturday, October 25, 2014

Of 支那 and Nippon

I know I won't win any popularity contest with this post, but it's too good.

 So, go ahead and call me a 漢奸, or some other names.

But don't tell me those 蘿蔔頭 are not a superior people than my fellow Hong Kongers, or even my fellow Americans.

 Because, none so blind as those who would not see; and, if you deny the self-evident, you are an idiot.

Read this post, by a thinker in China, believe it or not!

Monday, October 13, 2014

Reflections on Occupy Central

As a Hong Konger with a western passport, I don’t have a dog in this hunt.

But as a native HKer, it’s my duty to support the HK youngsters’ fight for a better government and a brighter future.

What does Occupy Central want?  Authentic democracy?

Perhaps, but CY is right (a broken clock being right twice a day?).  There is no way 比精 can yield an inch on its original constraints.

The best solution, according to some pundits, is to adjust  the make-up of the Election Committee, which worries me a lot.

Any adjustment to that committee acceptable to 比精 would have to be a sham because in my humble opinion, the CCP has neither the self-confidence to accept, nor the political sophistication to oversee, an authentic democracy.  If Occupy agreed to it, all the hard work of this powerful movement would be in vain.  And we'll have sham reforms, and a phony democracy. And the next CE could claim a mandate and do much more damage to HK than the last three.

What do I want?

From the beginning, I've felt that the purpose of this Occupy movement should be to hold firm the pan-dem coalition of 27 votes.  24 votes are needed to veto the reform package.

比精 has been pushing hard on (read “bribing”) four possible turncoats: Ronny Tong, Frederick Fung, Joseph Lee, and Charles Mok.  The first two are elected by the people and the last two are functionals from Health Services and IT, respectively.  比精 needs all four votes to pass the sham reforms.

Tong and Fung, hopefully, should know that if they betray the people, they’ll be voted out in the next election.  The other two are functionals so who knows how much influence 比精 has on such constituencies.

If Occupy could strike enough fear into the hearts of these four, to deny the gov’t the votes, it will have to withdraw the reforms.  We’re back to the status quo.  原地踏步.

Yes, that’s my wish.

For the only thing worse than an authoritarian government is an authoritarian government which could claim a mandate from the people.


Thursday, September 4, 2014

七天斷食營 ??

This one sounds a bit too easy....in just 7 days...?


Any comments?


Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Slouching towards ungovernability...

Blessing in Disguise

The one thing the 土共 fears most is 原地踏步.

Guess what we'll get now?  

So who shot himself in the foot?? 

That's good.  I super like this.   


Saturday, August 30, 2014

Judging a Book by its Cover 2


 1. 車站買飛指示清楚易明,even for someone like me who doesn’t read commie characters, 車廂都幾乾淨,分分鐘乾淨過香港地鐵, 唔太逼人, 喺羅湖總站上車,大把位坐,during morning rush hours, mind you. 唔使好似喺香港要衝鋒咁爭。

 2. 冇人拖大車水貨亂咁撞,冇鄉下佬冇八婆棟起嗅腳,或灘喺道霸兩個位.... is this really 支那? 

 3. 兩個站後,有條打工仔,西裝蠟蠟,坐喺我隔離,唔小心撞我一下,不停話 bu 考衣司, 我第一件事摸吓荷包,確實冇比佢打咗先,死死氣都要講番聲唔要剪啦!

 4. 幾個站後,發覺邪對面坐個大隻佬,黑黑實實,紮條馬尾,成個臭飛咁樣.... 大鑊,上天保命呀 . .. 再過個站,有條大肚婆上車,條臭飛居然起身讓個位比佢....


 As the saying goes, a broken clock is right twice a day

 支那 Is still 支那 

 It still sucks. 

 Big time!