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Ocean Terminal where cruise ship docks. It's afternoon in Kowloon but with so many factories built along the coast in Guangdong without air quality control, during days when the wind blow from land to sea, the area will be in a haze.

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Love all the pics Lee
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I found one small gift for my dad while out shopping At Best Buy they had a boxed set of 50 classic Westerns for only $19.99. My dad watches nothing but Westerns, so he will love it I don't think I've ever watched a movie in my life, just the TV shows he watches (Rawhide, etc) but I recognize the names of some of the actors in this boxed set so.. that's one thing

Then, I don't know if I mentioned it here, but I think I will get him tickets to a taping of Jerry Springer (or Steve Wilkos, or Maury Povich) He loves those shows and they're taped in Stamford of all places, so I can take my parents there, take them someplace I like to eat and that will be that Tickets are free, we'd just have to pick a date to do it
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Most of the pics are a bit blur as it's night and my hands are not steady enough for the long exposure plus everythings were moving.
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They're still good Lee

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Lee. These are great. I'm also interested in the everyday pictures.

I would skip that book honestly, Raquel.

Anyway, I have a book picked out for you, but I can't find if it is translated into portuguese. Catherine the Great, Portrait of a Woman. Most everything takes place in St. Petersburg. Especially the first part which is the best.

But, if not that one, then either Anna Karenina or War and Peace.

On The Road is sort of stream of consciousness as I remember and very sketchy. Not a traditional plot (too conventional) Most of the people I know who love the book are men -- very man point of view to the book.
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Okay I also ordered the Syracuse version of Monopoly today for my dad He loves Monopoly so he will enjoy this version as well. Plus this version still uses actual cash... we have one with the debit cards and in some ways it's easier but in some ways it takes longer and is kind of a pain


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Okay I also ordered the Syracuse version of Monopoly today for my dad He loves Monopoly so he will enjoy this version as well. Plus this version still uses actual cash... we have one with the debit cards and in some ways it's easier but in some ways it takes longer and is kind of a pain

Is this a sporting version Jess?

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Is this a sporting version Jess?
It's the Syracuse University version…
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It's the Syracuse University version…
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We also own the world edition, which is the one we have with the debit cards. I never get to buy the Belgrade property and I get so mad

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DOH, silly me! Need to touch up my knowledge haha. Debit card version is awesome , always enjoyed that over the paper version!

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The paper version is the best! I played the debit card version and it's meh! I have the original Monopoly and the Grand Canyon one!
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star, a quick one about dim sum culture in Hong Kong. This is the restaurant I had dim sum with my mom and her aunt. I was waiting for them. It's earlier in the day, around 10:30am. It cost less for the same kind of food and service when compare to the rush hour which is noon-2pm for this restaurant (slightly different between restaurants) Traditionally, servers carried different kinds of dim sum around the restaurant. (Still the same for some dim sum place in North America) Nowadays, with the premium price for space, there's not much room left in the dining area so a list is provided, you checked the ones you like and gave it to the server.

This restaurant is a higher class one amid the middle class neighbourhood with a good view. I was in a smaller room. The main room is much larger. A room of this size is usually for small gatherings for dinner while the main room usually holding more than 200-300 people for wedding banquets.



This is the table setting. Chopsticks on the holder, the indent part next is for spoon. A bowl and plate plus the teacup. This is a traditional teacup. Plus a pot of tea. And next/under the plate, there is a packet of toothpicks



Here comes the dim sum order sheet. The left two columns are for dim sum prepared in various ways. Steam, pan fried, deep fried and baked. Then there are the rice crepes. Plus various small plates of meat, veggie, rice and noodles, etc. Then there are desserts. This restaurant makes the best mango pudding since more than 25 years ago. The first of this restaurant chain started in the commercial building where my office was and had to pre-order the pudding in the shape of fish.

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The paper version is the best! I played the debit card version and it's meh! I have the original Monopoly and the Grand Canyon one!
I only prefer the debit card version because it's easier to cheat

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I hate the debit card one when it's like "Pay each player x amount" because it's so tedious to have to go through that with each debit card

But yes, easier to cheat

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