Monday Fodder Weekly Update

July 3, 2017

On July 1, Hong Kong under China, had it's 20th birthday. Chinese flags were raised in our village, and Hong Kong flags were tied to the railings along the street. I can't really use the word "clebrated" because there are enough people in Hong Kong who feel Hong Kong is just becoming another Chinese city rather than a vibrant sophisticated one that it had been under the British.


Ma On Shan

Tai Wan Village


Fei Ngo Shan

High Island Reservoir

Sai Wan Beach in Saikung

There is a chameleon on the tree trunk on the left. Can you see it?  It's easy to see in the photo on the right after it crawled around to the other side of the tree.

Dinner with  Deborah, Bonnie and Kyla. Bonnie was there English teacher several years ago in China. Both are not believers. Kyla was baptized last year in RiverGrace.

On July one, Hong Kong's birthday of returning to China sevearl in RiverGrace walked 3km to the beach for the day. These are some scences of nature from that day.

Clue: The head of the chameleon is sticking out ont he right side of the tree trunk near the center of the photo.