Red Sentiment: A suicidal novel

Victor Tai caught up with his fellow blogger Darren How who had just published Red Sentiment, a brand new book on the dark powers of artificial intelligence in solving modern crimes. Victor: So, you really wrote a book. Darren: Yes, just to prove you wrong. Since you think I’m only good at blogging. Victor: That’s not …

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Taikoo Hui, transformed

Shanghai is fast becoming a mall-a-second city, so when I wanted to visit the new Taikoo Hui in Nanjing West Road, Pangzi went: “Not another one again?” “This is different,” I reassured him. “A lot of money is pumped into Taikoo Hui to make it stand out from the rest.” Indeed, the first impression we received …

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It’s Dream Come True at alternative Hong Kong KidZania

There’s no Hong Kong KidZania, but an equivalent called Dream Come True lets kids pretend to be adults in their dream professions. I heard the guides at this Hong Kong KidZania could only use Cantonese, which was going to be a problem for Pangzi. How then would he enjoy? I thought of a way… “Let me …

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