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Welcome. Let us remember the Hong Kong of yesterday and today. 歡迎。讓我們一起記住昨日和今日的香港。
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Wednesday, 27 February 2013



With Hong Kong's Apple DailyDisappearing Hong Kong mourns for the loss of 9 lives in Egypt Hot Air Balloon Accident on 26th February 2013.

Monday, 18 February 2013

港•贺岁片-《西游记大结局之仙履奇缘》(1995年)/Hong Kong Chinese New Year Film-A Chinese Odyssey 2 (1995)





I believe lots of cinema viewers whom grew up in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore will remember the era where Stephen Chow's films is a staple during the Chinese New Year. That was during 1991 to 1997. 

From the stage of his films that does not requires much thinking to A Chinese Odyssey Part I and II, we witnessed the desire for an entertainer to improve himself. Hence, we see the more serious stuff like CJ7, which was not as popular as his Kungfu Hustle

Nevertheless, A Chinese Odyssey is considered Stephen Chow best films. His later films could not surpassed it. 

Below is the theme song A Lifeline Love for the film. It was sung by the talented  Lowell Lo. 

Thursday, 14 February 2013

Hong Kong Valentine Song- "Drenched" by Qu Wanting

As this year Valentine's Day is in the Lunar New Year period, what main theme from Hong Kong film can fit into the occasion? 

The answer is "Drenched" sung by Qu Wanting. 

The hit song from the popular film Love In The Butt, it sums up the love-hate relationship between the two well-loved characters, Jimmy and Cherie. 

I do not waste any space here. Henceforth, please enjoy this great song. 

Oh man, how I wish I can set up a radio station and play the hits. 

Saturday, 9 February 2013

Happy Lunar New Year! Sam Hui-God of Fortune (1970s)

Photo credit: Discover Hong Kong Facebook page

From Disappearing Hong Kong, I wish all a Happy Lunar New Year! 

What is more adapt than to listen  to Sam Hui singing God of Fortune during this period. In the 1970s, Hong Kong's economic boom resulting the society obessed with wealth. 

Will be featuring movies and/or songs representing Hong Kong's classical period from the 1970s to 1997 for the next 15 days.