Monthly Archives: April 2012

HK Waste Disposal

It’s excellent news that the HK government are unable to get the money necessary to go ahead with their plans to build an incinerator on Shek Kwu Chau off Lantau Island. No doubt the problem will now be postponed until … Continue reading

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Spring is Sprung, at last.

Winter lasted a very long time by Hong Kong standards, but now really seems to have finished, with the warm weather coming fairly suddenly and having a very noticeable effect upon plant growth. For a long time many seeds either … Continue reading

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Our Bees Arrive

On Sunday Kate Ringrose, myself, and John Karl Jones received our long-awaited delivery of honey bees from Mr Mok of Tung Chung, who has been a bee-keeper for forty years or more. He supplied us with two colonised hives, plus … Continue reading

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