Profile for user steven.chan:
Hongkonger living in Renner's Mills, aka Tseung Kwan O. Last man born in the now demolished New Lingnan Village where ex-KMT soldiers and refugees once lived.
Profile for user hyenaoffal:
Third generation Hong Kong Chinese from Pan-yu District of Gwangdong Province. Grandson of Ping-Fan Chan BAAG and Yuk-Ming Chan-Leung. Son of Dr. Kai-Lau Chan, family doctor in Hollywood Road and in Shek Tong Tsui in Hong Kong, and Sylvanna Siu-Fun Chan-Mak. Lived in the Seymour Road and Conduit Road in Mid-Levels. Studied in St. Paul's Co-educational College 1970-1981. Parishioner of St. John's Cathedral Hong Kong. Left for Rugby School, Universities of St. Andrews and then of Manchester. Naturalised in the United Kingdom 1993. Medical doctor in Bolton, Greater Manchester in family medicine and as medical incident advisor to North West Ambulance Service in England. Formerly St. John Ambulance England. Honoured by gracious permission of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Second with Officer Brother of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem.
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Profile for user rickygwulo:
researcher, history buff, 22 years in HK
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Profile for user BrendaCox:
I recently published a book about Henrietta and Lewis Shuck. Henrietta was the first American woman missionary to China, the first to open a school for girls, and the first Western woman to reside in Hong Kong. I am particularly interested in any images or information about the churches they established on Queens Road or the school they built. The churches were the Queens Road Baptist Church and the Swatow Baptist Church. Any and all images and information about life in Macau or Hong Kong in the late 1830s and early 1840s would be appreciated.
Brenda H. Cox
Profile for user Cherie Ryan nee Kirk:
Hello, my name is Cherie Ryan nee Kirk. My grandmother, Faith Kirk married Dr Edward Kirk, my aunty (on my mothers side) has completed our family tree which is how I am finding out a lot of our family history, would love to know more information about my 'step' grandfather. I hear he was a very admirable man which is why my father and his two brothers had their surname changed to Kirk. Edward took on my father as his own son and I would love to know more, thank you
Profile for user richvaughn_hk:
Born and raised in HK by USA parents 1955- 1973... No one in USA/Hawaii believed I was from Hong Kong so I had an official HK stamp in Chinese and English tattooed on my left foot's sole.... "Made in Hong Kong" ... when showed people would ask. "Where did you get that????" I would reply... " you don't have MADE IN USA on yours ????"
Chose Hawaii too live in as we have great Dim Sum and not all are Gwai Lohs...
Love the Gwulo reads... thanks so much David
Profile for user Mui Wo:
Reader in Applied Linguistics at UCL Institute of Education, University College London. Born in Hong Kong. Has written articles about the Old Protestant Cemetery at Macau.
O'Regan, J. P. (2007). Foreign death in China: symbolism, ritual and belief in the Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong, 47, 127-164.
O'Regan, J. P. (2009). The tombstones of the English East India Company cemetery in Macao: a linguistic analysis. Markers XXVI. Journal of the Association of Gravestone Studies. 88-119.
Profile for user douglasjames:
Douglas James Ward was interned in Stanley Prison Camp during the Japanese Occupation. My brothers Reginald Francis Ward and Gerald Gwynne Ward plus my parents Reginald Gwynne Ward and Elfrida Maria Ward were also interned during that period.