6 Steps to Make Yummy Fried Corn with Salted Egg Yolk

6 Steps to Make Yummy Fried Corn with Salted Egg Yolk
https://youtu.be/h9UbO7HO9kc         Having headache on cooking dishes? Do not want to bothered with sophisticated procedures?         Now let me teach you a simple-done but delicious dish---fried corn with salted egg yolk!         Ingredients (for two or three people) : 1. three salted egg yolks; 2. 500 grams of corn kernel; 3. some…

How People Use Internet in Hong Kong

How People Use Internet in Hong Kong
We use Internet every day and we like using it because it leads us to a wonderful vitual world.  However, not everyone knows well about his/her user routine and the subtle impact of Internet on our life. To get a better understanding of the realtionship between Internet and the local citizens, the Census and Statistics…

Pride for LGBT in Hong Kong

Pride for LGBT in Hong Kong
What do you think of orange at first sight? Freshness, curiosity, cheer,or...queer? For those who participated in the 2014 Hong Kong Gay Pride Parade, the orange color symbolizes stand-up for diversity and respect for sexual minorities. According to the organizing committee of HKPP, about 8,900 people joined the parade from Victoria Park (Causeway Bay) to…

Find Your Like-Minded Friends to Hang out in Hong Kong!

Find Your Like-Minded Friends to Hang out in Hong Kong!
  New in Hong Kong? Have few friends of same interest? Do not know where to have fun? Then Meetup.com can help you enjoy a wonderful life in the city! Meetup is the world's largest network of local groups. On this website, one can not only look for and join various interest groups as he…

Let’s Have Hanami Parties under Sakura Rain This Spring in Hong Kong!

Let’s Have Hanami Parties under Sakura Rain This Spring in Hong Kong!
  Fascinated with the drifting rain of Sakura (cherry blossom) but do not have time and money for a Japan sightseeing tour? No worry! You can hold your hanami (flower viewing) party in Hong Kong this spring! According to A Lo's post, Sakura in Hong Kong usually blossoms from January to March and there are…