《曼谷按摩》__ 陳柏齡 (71)

《曼谷按摩》

《一》

曼谷自由行,感受到的是泰國人好客之情。無論是入住酒店,享受美食,參觀廟宇,合掌道謝無處不在,讓遊客有溫馨的感覺。

旅遊城市大多溫情好客,居民好像知道,同城找生活,遊客是他們的經濟命脈。拉斯維加斯是一例子,曼谷更上一層樓。

合掌道謝是泰國的特色。遊客受到這特殊的尊敬,會倍感温暖。合掌道謝最多的地方,是按摩院。

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《情義總無常》__ 陳瑞文 (71)

《情義總無常》

情義總無常
愚癡五內傷
花開不覺悟
花落夢一場

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《曇花》__ 古匡昌 (56)

        

《曇花》__ 古匡昌 (56)

曇花一現人皆知
花白純清飄嫩絲
有幸今天能得見
果如仙女披霓衣

(該曇花開花由晚上八時至11/11/2017 清晨二時)

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《川普亞洲之行有感》__ 陳瑞文 (71)

《川普亞洲之行有感》

川普莽撞普京笑
近平遠見魯漢迎
正恩核武孰難料
安倍修憲意在兵
人人自古同根長
日日相煎永無寧
滅絕警鐘殊響亮
子孫命運倍堪驚

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Chinese Language films at the 2017 Reel Asian Film Festival

If you are planning to attend the 2017 Reel Asian Film Festival, here are a couple of discount promo codes that you may be able to make use of. This year, like all years, there are a great lineup of Chinese-language films at the festival. Continue reading

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《中國日本與世界隨想集__ (15) 度盡劫波兄弟在》 __ 江紹倫 (53)

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《奔霆飛焰殲人子/ 敗井頹垣剩餓鳩/偶值大心離火宅/ 終遺高塔念瀛洲
精禽夢覺仍銜石/ 鬥士誠堅共抗流/度盡劫波兄弟在/ 相逢一笑泯恩仇》

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《1st Day__67 Golden Anniversary》__ Daniel Ho

Time flies!  Fifty years have come and gone.  The much-anticipated 50th anniversary reunion in Hong Kong of the 1967 class of WYK boys has finally arrived.  All the teenagers of the five 1967 Form 5 classes of Wah Yan College, Kowloon have been transformed, almost instantly and seemingly magically, into much more mature and experienced, less physically agile and, perhaps, wiser men. 
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《晨起》__ 古匡昌 (56)

《晨起》

窗畔鳥鳴賀昫曦
披衣漫步涉園基
輕風拂過涼如水
綠葉紅花蝶亂飛

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《南京 南京》__ 陳柏齡 (71)

   
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《Joss Stick, Chopstick and Other Kinds of Sticks》__ Fong-ying Yu (61)

After writing about some curious words that I first met in Wah Yan, I thought of another one, “joss stick.” I cannot be sure that I first met it in school.     Continue ……

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