“I totally read ‘big butts’”
Perilous Rides Last week’s Blowing Water (Sep 23, Issue 1164) was “Red Peril”: The terror of flagging down a red minibus because their drivers are drag racing maniacs and you don’t know how to get off. Facebook readers agreed…
One ride on a minibus and I understood why the bus had seat belts. Marie Jost
lol...exactly like me...i dont know how to get off!! Tinny Tien Try Mm goi, Yau Lok! Passable Cantonese for “excuse me, get off”. Walter Scheibner Rainbow Connections Last week we interviewed Alex See of The Harmonics, an LGBTI and ally choir (“Upclose,” Sep 23, Issue 1164). A Facebook reader flies the rainbow flag:
Alex is right when he said in this piece there is very little education about
HK’s LGBTI community here in this city. A semi-recent survey conducted by Barclays in 2012 revealed 80% of HK’s population claim they don’t know any LGBTI people. The thing is... they dothey just don’t know they are gay. 80%! No wonder this city is so far behind on equal rights and other issues that affect the LGBTI community. The status quo know virtually nothing about usand it’s 2016! This is why it’s important social groups like The Harmonics exist. They can bridge the gap and help create a dialogue through the universal languages of music and love. Congrats Alex See and the other choir memberskeep up the great work! Evan Steer What What in the Sutt Facebook readers liked our article on the city’s best bing sutt restaurants old and new (“What’s Up, Bing Sutt?” Sep 16, Issue 1163): Although one reader had a bit of trouble.
Kam Kee Cafe (金記冰室) has a branch in Sharp St., Causeway Bay. Its decor deliberately resembles the old tram terminus and the Lee theatre that used to be there. Keith Yuen I totally read “big butts” Wesley Fung