Sunday, February 17, 2013

Tsim Tung Ke Lim Kor

This is No. 1 top publicity in terms of exposure in TV Ad, newspaper, facebook... simply he is so lovely, fat and cute and had been "kidnapped" that made ten thousands of people worrying about him, the utmost happiness of found after lost could only possibly be told by his master.  I am a cat lover, how can I miss his new published book of all about Tsim Tung Ke Lim Kor?
HK Snob

Monday, February 11, 2013

Drifty to Charity is sin

I buy what CY just told in the news media that we should think about all the poor people in HK when we had a dinner with our family during the new year eve dinner.

I wish that HK people would have less poor people, now we have 1.18 Million whereas we had only 0.96m in 2012 under the same scale. The Number of poor people is rising,, probably due to the monopolynized landlord… As for the Tai Pai Taang, the first 600 Coffees go to the rent, for the Noodle shop, the first 2,000 Wantons go to the rent everyday. However, the hourly wages of a fast food helper is not enough to buy a lunch box

I hope that the $nake year could really bring the economy back, and I hope that some of the city tycoon, rich people just take out 2% of your properties and donate it to the charity fund, It would be helping a lot of poor people. Imagine you have less 2% of your wealth, there is simply no change in your life style you still can drive your luxury BMW750IL to work, you still earn HKD$1,000 per second everyday, you still can stay in your apartment of 1,000 Square Meters. You still can wear your Vintage Patek Philippe, and you still can put on the Super 160’s Tasmanian Wool suit and Drink DRC with your Celebrities friends.

Saving money is a virtue and thrift to charity is sin. Try to help people is a kind of blessing. after all,  I believe… the City would be having more smiles, more love…

HK snob

Friday, February 8, 2013

The Year of Snake for the People of year of Rooster

According to the Chinese Zodiac, year of 2013 is the Year of the Snake, it begins on February 10, 2013 and ends on January 30, 2014.

The Snake, also called the Junior Dragon, is the sixth sign of the Chinese Zodiac, which consists of 12 Animal Signs. It is the enigmatic, intuitive, introspective, refined and collected of the Animals Signs. The snake also represents the ability to strike at will, quickly and powerfully.

Ancient Chinese wisdom says a Snake in the house is a good omen because it means that your family will not starve. People born in the Year of the Snake are keen and “cunning”, quite intelligent and wise. They are great mediators and good at doing business.

This is a year of water Snake, and all things will be possible. Saving money and being thrifty should be your top priorities. Delusion and deception are common in the year of water Snake. Stay alert!

To gain the greatest benefits from this year, you must control spending and use your talents wisely. If you are planning to get married or to begin a business partnership, be sure to thoroughly investigate the other person's finances and background before you legalize the alliance.

We will see some big changes in the year ahead – many difficult, many wonderful.

Personal advice: Stay Calm as Snake is cool blood, make cool decisions, make sharp blow at eyes to kill your enemy with the strength of the whole body. No hesitation if you think it is right. Work hard, and be alert to changes.

It will bring us fortune, Investment should focus on big blue Chip, Real estate investment in HK should not be concluded before 2nd half of the year as Chief Executive of HK  CY Leung is planning for new rule for cooling down the high Properties price.

If you are year of Rooster, you should not be worry, we will be having a lot of opportunity in business. Keep you cash ready for next investment.
HK Snob

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Is she insane!?

If you see this, what do you think?
I can not imagine that such thing could happen in a large city like this.
The place is seems to be Macao instead of Hong Kong.
She must be worrying peegret as she will get on a bus for long distance!?
Macao Snob