There’s this: [Washington Post: China Denounces ‘Hong Konger’ Trend]
After hearing about this a while ago, I’ve been keeping a list of videos and articles in case I wanted to stew and, at some point, articulate something. I don’t, though, not really; the thought of it exhausts me. Here is a summary I came across, ostensibly by a HK blogger, that includes videos of […]
lost fragments: chinese new year 2 [february 2011] Lantern Festival The fifteenth day of the new year is the lantern festival, but Tsim Sha Tsui was filled with them early on. Wandering at night through a garden of ballooning shapes–lights through a sheen of fabric–can be a bit magical. Halfway through I stopped to watch […]
lost fragments: chinese new year 1 [february 2011] Flower Market/CNY Fair at Victoria Park Giant inflatable pearl milk tea; white rabbit milk-candy pillow; pinwheels; plastic flowers; stuffed dim sum toys; animal pockets and animal hats; bunny ephemera, et cetera; phone cases resembling laisee packets; frozen candied fruit sticks; coconut candy wraps; hong kong pudding; stinky tofu; […]
… I am forgetting things, like the names of buildings and MTR stations.
(And by “current” I mean months ago and then again now. This could also be titled “birds, whale, and then something true”) [vimeo.com/31158841] [wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_collective_nouns_for_birds] [www.siggraph.org/education/materials/HyperGraph/animation/art_life/video/3cr.mov] [www.spudd64.com/odfepomd_codes/md306.html] [therumpus.net/2012/01/resolved-a-year-of-greater-expectations/]