Profile for user Matthew J Landau:
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Profile for user Absconder:
Came to Hong Kong in 1967 at the height of the Red Guard movement.
Married in 1969 to Patricia Kiely with two children born in HK - Nicole and Gregory.
Returned to Sydney, Australia in 1995.
Still a HK 'belonger'.
Profile for user HighlandPaddyHK:
Canadian, never expected to stay in Hong Kong for any length of time but, as is so often the case, ended up never leaving ...
Also, I'm one of the bagpipe guys.
Profile for user declan.keogh:
Profile for user Robbot27:
Robin Bottomley-Smith, born at Matilda Hospital, Hong Kong in 1960 and grew up at Cavendish Heights in Jardines Lookout. I am the eldest child of David and Corrine (nee Ellery) Bottomley who both attended KGV in the late 1940's and were born in Hong Kong and Shanghai respectively. My three siblings and I attended Quarry Bay School and Island School. We have all settled in Sydney, Australia. Interested in all the old photos up to and including the 1960s.
Profile for user zaar:
I live in Hong Kong,I know dragon lodge very well.
Profile for user USAPatriot:
I love history and finding things. Thats about it.
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.